EDITH Cowan University has moved a step closer to realising an estimated $40 million windfall, with the Western Australian Government’s release of proposed amendments to the metropolitan region scheme.
WITH gold prices remaining at historical highs, Gleneagle Gold Limited, a new company led by chairman Tony Brennan and managing director Ian Prentice, is hopeful of raising $5 million through the issue of 25 million, 20 cent shares.
ECONOMIC data released over the past week indicates that executives are particularly bullish about their future business prospects despite SARS, terrorism and an United States economy that is prey to deflationary pressure.
CORICA Pastries has been a household name for the Italian and Greek community since it was founded by Giuseppe (Joe) Corica in 1957.
Yet, it is sweet-toothed South East Asians who have surprisingly emerged as the company’s more loyal customers.
IMAGINE putting your feet up in a hotel room and ordering your favourite book and a bottle of wine through room service.
Sound good? Well that is exactly the service a young Perth entrepreneur hopes to provide to hotel chains around Australia.
In the first part of a six-part series on staff motivation, Gary Kleyn reports on ways to motivate and invigorate workers.
ONE of the biggest traps a business can fall into is to begin taking its staff for granted.
BRITISH migrants are on notice with both the UK and Australia considering implementing legislation that will have a dramatic impact on the value of pensions and the tax consequences of transferring them.
MACHINES at a controversial saw-milling operation in Oldbury, 30 minutes south of Perth, are being turned back on again this week after being bought back out of the hands of liquidators by the original founders and investors.
THE Investors Club, which has operated in Western Australia for the past seven years, has hit back at Australia’s corporate watch dog, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, after it was ordered –