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Thomson Reuters releases worldwide private company transfer pricing database

In response to the growing number of transfer pricing rules and reporting requirements established by tax authorities around the world, Thomson Reuters announces the new Worldwide Private Company Database from…

Australian homeowners anticipate rate hold in September

According to an online poll, a majority of Australian homeowners expect the RBA to leave rates on hold on September 3 after the reserve bank board decided to drop them…

Business leaders lose confidence in Australian economy: survey

Australian business leaders have lost faith in the country’s likelihood of delivering a strong economic performance in the next 12 months, according to Newport Consulting’s latest State of Play report,…

Employment Hero launches advice centre for Australian employers

Employment Hero is pleased to announce the launch of 10,000 Answers, a free online resource centre for employers that answers questions on employment management issues. The website is backed by…

Timely predictions for financial sector

Australian companies will soon be able to make time series predictions of their financial data to within a fraction of a second thanks to the creation of mathematical algorithms and…

Vaccinate the rest of the household to protect babies from influenza

A University of Sydney study has found the best way to protect children under six months of age from influenza, the most vulnerable of the population to the condition, is…

StartupAUS announces Australia’s first startup festival

StartupAUS, the not-for-profit group formed to foster technology entrepreneurship in Australia, has announced the country’s first startup festival. Startup Spring is a three-week long, Australia-wide festival of more than 50…

Increased employment opportunities in western Australia

Western Australians can expect a boost in employment with 1,200 jobs on offer over the course of ALDI’s expansion in Western Australia. This boost kicked off on Saturday, 24 August…

MYOB Australia calls for end to shoe box accounting

Leading business solutions provider MYOB has called on Australia’s SMEs to modernise their operations and invest in technology that will increase productivity and efficiency. The call comes as the Australian…

Exercise effective remedy for depression: ESSA

With approximately one million Australians currently suffering from depression and this figure expected to grow even further in future years, it’s no surprise medical practitioners, researchers and people with depression…