Internet service providers Dodo, iPrimus and M2 Commander will compensate almost 6,000 customers after admitting they likely breached consumer law by offering national broadband network speed plans they could not deliver.
TPG Telecom has lifted its full-year guidance after first-half underlying profit rose, but the internet provider’s two subsidiaries, iiNet and Internode, are being forced to compensate 11,000 customers following an investigation by the consumer watchdog.
Federal government agency National Energy Resources Australia has approved a $200,000 grant to Carnegie Clean Energy, to cover nearly half the cost of installing solar power at Eni Australia's Blacktip wellhead platform in the Timor Sea.
The business sector has cautiously welcomed the federal government's announcement of a new visa scheme aimed at attracting high-paid and highly skilled workers to Australia, with the changes effectively reversing some of the stricter rules announced last year when the 457 visa sub-class was abolished.
Western Australia-based employee management platform Definitiv has secured a seven-figure investment from a Singapore-based consultancy firm, which now has minority stake in the Perth technology business.
Shares in local tech firm Nuheara soared today after the company announced it had become an approved supplier to the federal government’s hearing services program, which was allocated a $539 million budget this year.
The private consortium planning a $400 million waste-to-energy plant in Rockingham has signed a 20-year supply agreement with the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council and been selected as the preferred tenderer by the City of Cockburn for a similar supply deal.
Local tech company Sky and Space Global has tapped investors for $10 million and has launched a $5 million share purchase plan, with funds to be spent on the design and construction of its first batch of nanosatellites.