Curtin Business School

D'Orazio joins new business initiative

Channel Seven managing director Mario D’Orazio has been appointed as a director of Curtin University’s new initiative, the Asia Business Centre Advisory Board.

Consumer confidence still low: CCI

Consumer confidence among Western Australian shoppers has only marginally improved in the last quarter, a Curtin Business School Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA survey of consumer confidence says.

Gold saving device 2014's top innovation: Curtin

A device designed to reduce the amount of gold lost through the extraction process has won the top prize at Curtin University's commercial innovation awards.

Shoppers support Sunday trading: CCI

It’s been two years since the introduction of Sunday trading in the state and positive survey results from Curtin Business School found almost 60 per cent of Western Australians support the deregulation of retail trading hours.

WA confidence drops amid business closures

Consumer confidence within Western Australia has slumped to near record lows with the closure of high-profile businesses on the east coast and the prospect of higher interest rates rattling households.

Commission raises bar for NFPs

The body charged with national oversight for the NFP sector is gradually winning over critics, but needs support from all states and territories.

Campaign driving confidence down: Chaney

Woodside Petroleum and National Australia Bank chairman Michael Chaney says political instability in Canberra is exacerbating a decline in consumer confidence driven by the slowdown in the resources s