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    Top CEOs delivering bang for their buck

    Top CEOs delivering bang for their buck

    17 Dec 2002 by Mark Beyer

    Executive remuneration is one of the most contentious issues in Australian business. Mark Beyer looks behind the raw numbers to find the ‘best value’ executives. ...

    High pay at the big end of town

    High pay at the big end of town

    17 Dec 2002 by Mark Beyer

    SEVEN WA companies paid more than $1 million to their top executive in their latest financial year. The big payers are heavily biased towards WA’s largest companies, ranked by market capitalisation. ...

    China link no flight of fancy

    China link no flight of fancy

    17 Dec 2002 by Catie Low

    CHINESE airline China Southern is undertaking market research at home and in WA to measure the demand for flights into Perth International Airport. The airline has experienced double digit growth in passenger numbers into Australia in the past 12 months ...

    Christmas Island share play

    Christmas Island share play

    17 Dec 2002 by Noel Dyson

    A COMO-BASED company could emerge with 35 per cent in Christmas Island’s monopoly miner Phosphate Resources Limited, which is negotiating with the Federal Government for compensation worth tens of millions of dollars for a controversial detention centre. ...

    Think tank takes future direction

    Think tank takes future direction

    17 Dec 2002 by Mark Beyer

    PERTH-BASED think tank the Centre for International Strategic Analysis has adopted a new name to signify a broadening of its focus. Under its new name, Future Directions International (FDI), it will provide high-level strategic advice to government and ...

    Pinnacle blue not the IT spirit

    Pinnacle blue not the IT spirit

    17 Dec 2002 by Julie-anne Sprague

    IN the fast-paced world of information communication technology there were two issues that dominated the local industry this year – the State Government’s SPIRIT and WA-MAID initiatives and the Pinnacle Blue super computer. ...

    Conference an opportunity to embrace Linux

    Conference an opportunity to embrace Linux

    17 Dec 2002 by Staff Reporters

    THE recent debate surrounding Microsoft’s new software licensing scheme has renewed interest in possible operating system alternatives worldwide ...

    Planning to profit from the post-Christmas lull

    Planning to profit from the post-Christmas lull

    17 Dec 2002 by Noel Dyson

    CHRISTMAS is traditionally a busy period for most businesses, but so too is the trading lull in January considered something of a tradition. ...

    Bouncing back from the worldwide slide

    Bouncing back from the worldwide slide

    17 Dec 2002 by Noel Dyson

    NEXT year looks like a strong one for the recruitment sector if the strong growth enjoyed in 2002 continues to build. ...

    Gusto

    Gusto

    17 Dec 2002

    It has been a big year for foodies in Perth with a few famous names moving on and some new trends emerging on the local scene, as Julie-anne Sprague reports. ...

    Season’s thoughts turn to wells and takeovers

    Season’s thoughts turn to wells and takeovers

    17 Dec 2002 by Susan Bower

    DESPITE the warm weather and impending holiday season, not many managing directors of Perth Basin companies have relaxation on their minds. Instead, most say they are too preoccupied with potential New Year commercial oil finds. ...

    New export world a test for industry

    New export world a test for industry

    17 Dec 2002 by Gary Kleyn

    THE way exporting is done will change significantly in 2003, and exporters are warned to stay abreast of the changes or risk losing their business livelihood. Australian Customs is introducing a new computer system which will revolutionise the way export ...

    Mixed results for local listings typifies 2002

    Mixed results for local listings typifies 2002

    17 Dec 2002 by Gary Kleyn

    THERE were mixed results for WA companies hoping to make it to the boards during the past six months. The majority of the 13 to make the cut had a less-than-spectacular debut, with the average return firmly in negative territory. ...

    Consumers want their food healthy and fast

    Consumers want their food healthy and fast

    17 Dec 2002 by Julie-anne Sprague

    CONSUMERS are forcing major take-away chains to offer more choices and a greater variety of healthy food items. The appearance of salads, wraps, and baguettes at some of the world’s major fast-food chains has been brought about by a change in consumers’ ...

    Taking a bite into the lunch trade

    Taking a bite into the lunch trade

    17 Dec 2002 by Julie-anne Sprague

    O’BRIENS Irish Sandwich Bar opened its first Australian store in West Perth this week. The global franchise has more than 200 stores and its operation has been brought to Australia by Perth businessman Rob Moran and his Sydney-based business partner Brya ...

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