Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - August, 2013
A new study from Massachusetts’ National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) has confirmed something many already knew - women are more inclined to work co-operatively than men.
The boss of a major Australian transport and logistics firm has used the year’s big net profit to highlight the innovation he believes is required to succeed.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has announced he will leave the company some time in the next twelve months, the man who oversaw many recent launches says his greatest regret was Windows Vista.
New research being undertaken by the Queensland University of Technology seeks to help small mining and exploration companies, but may have slightly missed the mark.
The man behind the massive multi-billion dollar resort/casino complex plan for north Queensland says he would be open to working with partners based in Australia.
Some may be scrambling to move on the information that James Packer has sold his stakes in employment website SEEK and the Magellan Financial Group.
There has been a significant reshuffling at fashion giant Oroton; with the company signing a deal to bring a prolific US brand to Australia, and the CEO resigning.
Many are quick to attack the seemingly exorbitant pay rates of miners in Australia, but recent revelations have highlighted just how hard it is to make a living from the earth, and how tight some resources companies are making it for their workers.