OWNERS of domain names should not be pressured into staying with the same Internet service provider when their domain name comes up for registration, says the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
THE National Competition Council this week released a comprehensive stocktake of reforms undertaken by various State governments, as part of their yearly review of progress by States in implementing reform under the Hilmer competition policy agenda.
I ASKED myself, have I stumbled through a magic looking glass? I was approaching the entrance of Friends Restaurant and was greeted by a collection (or should the collective noun be a herd?) of remarkable metal statues, all life size ...
AUSTRALIAN wine labels are adorned with multitudes of landmarks, from creeks, valleys, rivers, paddocks and even mountains, but Yalumba have taken another option and have named their new release after a great countryman, Douglas Mawson.
THE fall in demand for properties in WA and the traditional summer surge of home listings has prompted Gavin Hegney, of Hegney Property Valuations, to suggest to home sellers not to list their homes for sale until next autumn.
WHY wait until later when you can panic today? Some of the economists who work for the big investment banks are salivating over the prospect of the US economic landing skidding off the runway in black ice.
A NUMBER of private investors in Perth got telephone calls from their brokers early in the year urging them to sell their boring old defensive banking shares, and buy beaten up cyclical growth companies.
FINDING and keeping stars is emerging as one of the hardest tasks facing management.“Our biggest asset is our staff” is one of the most common platitudes to roll from managers lips and sometimes seems to be one of the greatest fallacies.