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    Tech vets lead new direction for deals

    Tech vets lead new direction for deals

    21 Dec 2015 by Mark Beyer

    Experienced investors such as Gavin Rezos and Tony Grist have shone brightly as the technology sector has attracted growing interest. ...

    Aboriginal corporations grapple with division

    Aboriginal corporations grapple with division

    11 Dec 2015 by Mark Beyer

    Recent annual meetings have failed to resolve long-running divisions at two of WA’s most important Aboriginal corporations. ...

    Corporates prefer cash for social giving

    Corporates prefer cash for social giving

    02 Dec 2015 by Saskia Pickles

    The state’s corporate donors still prefer their gifts to be in cash, while in-kind contributions have fallen away in favour of increased staff volunteering, according to the latest Giving West survey. ...

    Chairman Chaney urges business to focus on returns

    Chairman Chaney urges business to focus on returns

    29 Nov 2015 by Matt Mckenzie

    As one of WA’s most influential directors, when Michael Chaney talks, the business community listens. ...

    New player, big interior design statement

    New player, big interior design statement

    27 Nov 2015 by Dan Wilkie

    The opening of Furniture Gallery’s third store in Osborne Park in late October capped a busy 18 months for two sisters behind the rapidly growing new entrant to Perth’s interior retail scene. ...

    Programmed flags $28m impairment

    Programmed flags $28m impairment

    13 Nov 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Perth-based Programmed Maintenance Services has flagged a $28 million impairment in its first-half result, on the back of a depressed marine services market. ...

    Shareholders sue Macmahon

    Shareholders sue Macmahon

    09 Nov 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    ACA Lawyers has filed a class action against Macmahon Holdings on behalf of the contractor’s shareholders over its alleged delay in revealing information about problems with a major infrastructure project in 2012. ...

    Accountants find home in Exchange Tower

    Accountants find home in Exchange Tower

    02 Nov 2015 by Mark Beyer

    Four months after accounting firms Moore Stephens and UHY Haines Norton merged, the combined group has settled on Exchange Tower as its new home. ...

    Property, tech entrepreneurs feature on young rich list

    Property, tech entrepreneurs feature on young rich list

    30 Oct 2015 by Mark Beyer

    Perth businesspeople are surprisingly prominent on the latest BRW young rich list, with a local apartment developer ranked number three with an estimated fortune of $536 million. ...

    Building leadership from within

    Building leadership from within

    20 Oct 2015 by Saskia Pickles

    When BHP Billiton was in the process of establishing its coal and base metals offshoot, South32, a key factor for many who decided to join the new business was their desire to work with its chief executive, Graham Kerr. ...

    Paskevicius is WA business woman of 2015

    Paskevicius is WA business woman of 2015

    10 Oct 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Angie Paskevicius, the chief executive of non-for-profit drug and alcohol support service Holyoake, has been named the 2015 Telstra Western Australia business woman of the year. ...

    HSF to trial insourcing

    HSF to trial insourcing

    09 Oct 2015 by Mark Beyer

    Global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has selected its Perth office to trial an ‘insourcing’ centre that will recruit up to 30 graduates to work in tandem with a similar centre in Dublin. ...

    Law jobs plan gives back to community

    Law jobs plan gives back to community

    05 Oct 2015 by Saskia Pickles

    A Perth lawyer has come up with a novel approach that addresses two issues facing the law community – a lack of job opportunities for recent graduates and a funding shortfall for community legal centres. ...

    Carbon grows with $1.6m in acquisitions

    Carbon grows with $1.6m in acquisitions

    02 Oct 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Accounting, consulting and insurance broking firm Carbon Business Group is continuing its expansion with the acquisition of Swan Valley Tax Accountants and Paperchase Bookkeeping’s Midland division for a combined $1.28 million. ...

    Little firm takes off with big UAVs

    Little firm takes off with big UAVs

    29 Sep 2015 by Saskia Pickles

    ONE of Perth’s newest, and smallest, law firms is working with some of the world’s biggest companies, capitalising on a niche area in which few other businesses in the Asia Pacific region have experti ...

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