Ill health has forced Steve Jobs to step down from his CEO role at Apple. The risk is as big as a rock band losing its star lead singer — a bad next album and the party is over.
Two years into the job as head of NBN Co, Twisted Wire spends half an hour with Mike Quigley to talk about his role and the progress of the nation’s biggest ever infrastructure project.
Ken Hudson says if you accelerate the speed of your thinking you can solve problems in a new and energised way.
Who would you most like to work for? In Aus/NZ’s latest Dream Employers Survey Google, once again, topped the list. But there have been moves in other top positions.
The chances are a big chunk of your weekly shopping is done in a major indoor shopping mall. It’s an Australian phenomenon that is starting to spread around the world.
When Euromoney picked Wayne Swan as their Finance Minister of the year it was greeted with disbelief from many. So, why do Aussies claim he is not worthy?
Lee Cockerell spent 10 years as Executive Vice President for the Walt Disney World Resort — he tells us how he kept the magic alive in this edition of BTalk.
Research shows that independent consultants generally have a better life. Perhaps it’s time to go it alone.
Australia’s consumption tax (GST) has been set at 10 percent since it was introduced by the Howard government on 1 July 2000. Time for a change?
People don’t always trust performance appraisals. Hardly surprising when they’re often done so badly. Leon Noone suggests a better approach.
Is Theresa May checking out squatting rights?
More trade concerns, more Brexit pantomine, more patience from the Fed. I go through what’s driving markets today with @NAB’s Gavin Friend. https://t.co/bd5jiQCgfw