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Fair Work is looking to determine whether Uber’s classing of drivers as ‘independent contractors’ rather than employees complies with federal workplace legislation.
Australia is a leading market globally for adoption of new financial services technologies, according to a report from Ernst & Young, with a particular focus on money transfer and payment services.
Just after announcing the resignation of its cofounder and CEO Tim Westergren, music streaming service Pandora is understood to be shuttering its operations around Australia and New Zealand, its offices to close within the month.
Australia Post has today announced that current Blackmores chief executive, Christine Holgate will take over as managing director and Group CEO in October.
Parachuute allows parents to tap into their trusted networks to get their kids to and from school and all those sports practices and matches, playdates, and other activities after school and on the weekends.
Just because the industry is still growing in Australia doesn’t mean that your startup can’t benefit from what creative tech has to offer.
The South Australian government has allocated $60 million over four years to its Investment Attraction Agency (IASA) in its 2017-18 Budget.
Melbourne logistics company GetSwift, which raised $5 million through an ASX listing last December, has raised $24 million from a collection of US-based and local investors.
Catch Group has launched Bon Voyage, a platform allowing travellers to find and book luxury travel experiences.
Curo installs a set of sensors in a home to help families and carers of elderly people monitor their activity and wellbeing unobtrusively.
Melbourne edutech startup Verso Learning, which looks to assist teachers both in the classroom and with their own professional learning and development, has raised a $2 million Series A round led by Ken Lowe, cofounder of Canberra Data Centres.
Data Governance Australia (DGA) has released a Draft Code of Practice to set industry benchmarks for the responsible collection and use of data.
Sydney fintech Simply Wall St has raised $2.4 million in funding from its user base, which has now grown to 100,000 users across five global markets.
Thanks in part to the government’s sale of public assets, NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has delivered a surplus of $4.5 billion in his first state Budget, along with a strong focus on regional investment.