Prize position to view digital disruption

Online competition is challenging another traditional business model, with Lotterywest implementing major changes.

Numbers focus in gender pay gap

WA’s yawning gender pay gap can in part be contributed to young women forgoing maths in years 11 and 12, according to Programmed managing director Chris Sutherland, who today called for societal change to address the problem.

Capital expands recycling

Bayswater company Capital is developing a major new facility at Henderson that it believes will reaffirm its status as the state’s major recycler of construction and demolition waste, while also opening up opportunities in other waste streams.

Male-dominated industry no barrier

Western Australia’s unenviable position as national leader in gender pay gap cannot be explained by the prominence of male-dominated industries, according to new national research.

Troy chairman passes away

Colleagues have paid tribute to Troy Resources chairman and Aquarius Platinum director David Dix, who passed away overnight.

Interstate expert for Yarloop inquiry

The state government has appointed the former head of the Victorian Country Fire Authority to lead an extensive inquiry into the Yarloop bushfire.

BN brings more to the table in 2016, including our new BN30 index

Business News has welcomed 2016 with a strategic shift in its publishing cycle, returning to a fortnightly production schedule from this first edition of the newspaper in 2016 which include a host of

BN30 index makes slow start to year

A recent addition to the Business News offering is keeping track of WA’s performance on the markets this year. The opening weeks have not been good.

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Abbott's jobs target within reach

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Windfall profits from oil collapse

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Banks edge to super tax hikes

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Savings could pay for tunnel

CEO salary cuts reflect market conditions

When newly appointed managing directors agree to work for nothing, it’s a sure sign the cost pressures facing listed companies are getting more acute.

Family business stalwarts get nod

A Western Australian business more than a century old and a local player exporting internationally have cited innovation and perseverance as their secrets to success upon their induction to the Family Business Australia hall of fame today.

Phytotech director quits after online posts

Phytotech Medical founder Ross Smith has vowed to take legal action against investor chat room HotCopper, following his resignation from the medical marijuana company today.

ThyssenKrupp launches new Henderson home

Leading plant technology provider ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions has unveiled its newly expanded service centre in Henderson today.

Warburton named business woman of the year

A senior figure in Western Australia’s construction and mining industry, Sharon Warburton, has won this year’s Telstra Business Woman of the year award for the state.

Water Corp workers protest job outsourcing

Disgruntled Water Corporation employees will be dumping bottles of dirty water on the steps of Water Minister Mia Davies’ office in Havelock St today, in protest against outsourcing.

Henderson plan for world's biggest trimaran yacht

Design work is nearly complete for the world’s largest trimaran yacht, to be built at the Australian Marine Complex in Perth’s southern suburb of Henderson.

Ottaviano, Beament win EY awards

Carnegie Wave Energy chief executive officer Michael Ottaviano and Northern Star Resources boss Bill Beament were among the winners of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year western region awards.

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Union settles with BGC over case of the concrete pour