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From student to startup – how a PhD can boost budding businesses

10:17PM | Tuesday, 27 October 2015 |  What should an undergraduate student who’s inspired to change the world do?

Catch Of The Day to take on Costco and other international rivals with shopping club

10:46PM | Monday, 26 October 2015 |  Online retailing giant Catch Of The Day looks set to challenge Costco and other international rivals after the launch of a new buying club to reward loyal customers.

Nothing personal: EverythingMe shuts down

10:28AM | Monday, 26 October 2015 |  A startup boasting an app with 15 million downloads and nearly $US40 million in funding abruptly shut down over the weekend.

Further Yatango divisions collapse into voluntary administration

10:31PM | Friday, 23 October 2015 |  Two further businesses in the Yatango group of companies have entered voluntary administration, less than a month after its mobile division also collapsed.

Political interest in startups is here to stay: Husic

10:15AM | Friday, 23 October 2015 |  Startups aren’t just a passing fad in federal politics

Australia must embrace peer-to-peer marketplaces, but not at the expense of the public good: Labor

10:30PM | Thursday, 22 October 2015 |  Labor has announced the principles it will use to guide policy formation surrounding the sharing economy.

Sydney harbours vision of tech hub around site of former power plant

10:10PM | Thursday, 22 October 2015 |  A huge coal-fired power station that’s been inactive for more than 30 years will become the centrepiece of a new “world-class” tech hub in Sydney under the state government’s plans to revitalise the Bay Precinct.

Where next for wearables

10:45PM | Thursday, 22 October 2015 |  The wearable band market exploded in 2014, recording a 700% year-to-year increase. As growth continues , even while investment cools, many are wondering if wearables are the next big thing in tech.

The quick rise and immediate fall of the ‘Netflix for pirates’

10:04PM | Wednesday, 21 October 2015 |  A “Netflix for pirates” apparently created by a 15 year old from Serbia has been swiftly taken down by the MPAA after it enjoyed a brief flirtation with fame.

Six things every leader needs to know about dealing with mental health issues at work

10:16PM | Wednesday, 21 October 2015 |  If you are a leader of people, chances are at some point in your career you will manage someone battling mental illness, whether you know it or not.
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