For our subscribers only, MyBN puts you in control of the information you choose to consume and when you choose to consume it. You can now follow companies, people, organisations and industries, and you can receive alerts when there is an update on anything you follow. You can save articles to read later and follow news by sector, creating a newsfeed focused on your interests. MyBN is the only platform of its kind within WA.
Data & Insights (formally BNiQ), is the most comprehensive, searchable database available (over 10,000 businesses and over 40,000 people) covering Western Australian business. It takes two decades worth of articles and combines it with data surveyed from local businesses to create ranked lists. Combining these information sources creates a powerful knowledge base for investment research and business development.
Data & Insights has tens of thousands of articles, tagged with thousands of companies and people within Western Australian business, many of which are ranked in more than 90 industry lists.
In addition, you will find graphs showing daily data on key commodities, currencies and indices, including our own BN30 which are vital to decision making for Western Australian businesses.
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Only our subscribers have full access to articles on the Business News website. If you do not currently subscribe, you will only have access to a limited access and a few free click-throughs each month.
The Morning Digest Email provides a comprehensive wrap of the major headlines, relevant to WA business, and includes with a snapshot of the overnight news covering oil, gold and ASX-listed companies.
The Afternoon Wrap Email focuses on the news covered by our team of journalists during the course of the working day, including exclusive stories and analysis, all of which relates to WA business and the local economy.
The BN Weekender Email contains a wrap of the business news from the week that was, highlighting the top stories in each area of WA business and providing the link to “Mark My Words”, the weekly podcast presented by Mark Pownall and Mark Beyer.
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