Three quarters of listed Western Australian companies have changed their name over the years. Matthew Hooper and Mark Beyer have delved into the archives to review the changed identities of listed stocks.
THE public relations industry in WA is undergoing a period of buoyancy after the general downturn in business resulting from the State Government’s decision to reduce the amount of work outsourced to PR consultants.
RATIONALISATION within WA’s Internet service provider (ISP) industry will continue, while the minimum threshold number of Internet users that ISPs require to remain economically viable continues to rise, according to EF Tel chief
TWO of Western Australia’s leading web site development companies, HarvestRoad and Pretzel Logic, have been acknowledged for the second consecutive year in the 2002 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 program.
CIVIL engineering firms can expect a further improvement in the volume of opportunities available to them in the next year, according to Barclay Mowlem Construction Limited business development manager Peter Dyball.
OCCUPANCY levels for hotels in WA have improved in the past six months, but have not returned to the levels experienced before the collapse of Ansett and the events of September 11, according to Sheraton Hotel Perth general manager Craig Seaward.
THE Australian Islamic College has retained the number one spot as the State’s largest independent school, with total enrolments of 1850 primary and secondary school students, according to the 2002 WA Business News Book of Company Lists.
AUSTRALIA’S $1 billion-plus community care system is in urgent need of reform according to Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA), the main peak body representing the aged and community care industries.
ERNST & Young will consolidate its position as the largest professional service provider in WA, and the second largest in Australia, if the proposed merger with troubled accounting firm Andersen Australia goes ahead.