Shanna worked as a reporter at Business News from early 2012 to late 2014. As a journalist for Business News Shanna covered the community and arts, not-for-profit, health, technology, innovation and hospitality sectors.
Only a handful of WA companies completed substantial capital raisings in the March quarter. We analyse how they went about it.
A PERTH woman’s expertise in a popular web development platform is attracting interest and business opportunities from across the globe.
The Fig group of cafes has become an iconic part of Perth’s coastal suburbs.
Navigator Resources’ struggle to raise funds has ended for the worse with administrators called in and about 200 workers being laid off.
News of Brazil-focused miner Crusader Resources achieving its first iron ore sales has excited the market with its share price jumping more than 16 per cent today.
Two top Perth chefs believe their new saloon venture is the perfect opportunity to offer something different. Shanna Crispin reports.
Eight years ago Sue and Mathew Daubney made a decision, which would partly shield them from Western Australia’s milk wars – they began processing their own milk.
ASG Group’s takeover negotiations with potential suitors mark a trend of merger and acquisition activity in Western Australia’s IT and communications sector.
A PURPOSE-BUILT $11 million facility has opened in Jandakot to meet the growing demand for heavy industry workforce training.
Negotiations between IT firm ASG Group and US defence giant Lockheed Martin have stopped following that latter's refusal to increase its initial proposal.
Unlisted Perth company CFC Group has added to its list of services offered with the addition of fuel haulage to its Centurion trucking and logistics business.
A LITTLE more than 127 years ago, Charles Hall received perhaps one of the best Christmas presents in Western Australian history - uncovering a 28-ounce nugget of gold in the East Kimberley on Christm
A PERTH company is a step closer to commercialising a new form of renewable energy power generation after being recognised as a leading low-carbon innovator.
STEVE Carre has walked both sides of the business street - in big and small firms - and believes there’s a touch of arrogance about the former’s failure to recognise the value of the latter.
Galaxy Resources has opted not to restart its Mt Cattlin spodumene project near Ravensthorpe – resulting in 37 staff being made redundant.