Former Fremantle football stars Byron Schammer and Paul Hasleby have teamed up to launch what they hope will be the AFL equivalent of Facebook.
Former iiNet boss and 40under40 winner Michael Malone has joined the advisory board of specialist investor relations advisory firm Market Eye.
Scoop Publishing has continued to expand its product line in a sign that founder David Hogan has no intentions of slowing the growth of Western Australia’s most recognised lifestyle magazine publisher.
Ikon Communications has confirmed it is closing the Perth office and will handle the demands of its local clients from Sydney and Melbourne.
Seven Group Holdings has lodged a 42 per cent reduction in revenue for the first half of the 2014 financial year, as a difficult and challenging market for its industrial services divisions took its t
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Mix 94.5 has extended its lead at the top of Perth’s radio ratings, with the station recording a slight lift in listeners over the past month.
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Australian of the Year Ita Buttrose has offered a bleak assessment of the level of diversity in the business sector, despite decades of effort to get more women to the top of industry.
A cross-continental dispute and trademark tug-of-war between former colleagues has emerged over the rights to the business name Guns For Hire.
Automotive Holdings Group has agreed to become the major sponsor of the Melbourne Football Club in a three-year deal.
More than a decade after it exited the cinema advertising market in Western Australia, national media group Val Morgan has returned with the acquisition of local agency CineAds.
Perth has captured international attention for a social media marketing campaign to highlight the launch of The Terrace Hotel and Restaurant last November.
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The Fremantle Dockers’ on-field success has delivered a pay-day for its supporters and corporate sponsors.
96FM has claimed top position in Perth's radio ratings, narrowly edging out second-placed Mix 94.5 and third-placed Nova 93.7.
Chartered Secretaries Australia will become the Governance Institute of Australia, with members overwhelmingly backing the rebrand at a general meeting last week.
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