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Merger laws up for reform as regulators team up to tame tech giants

Merger laws up for reform as regulators team up to tame tech giants

The Australian competition watchdog has flagged imminent changes to existing M&A laws as regulators turn up the heat on global technology giants.

  • by Cara Waters

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Coinbase IPO paves way for local market

Coinbase IPO paves way for local market

Australian cryptocurrency exchanges are hoping Coinbase’s blockbuster initial public offering will prove a tipping point for local startups operating in the space. 

  • by Cara Waters
Mr Yum gears up for QR code ‘land grab’

Mr Yum gears up for QR code ‘land grab’

Digital menu provider Mr Yum is taking its QR code-driven platform to the US and the UK, bolstered by a brand-new $11 million funding round.

  • by Cara Waters
‘Exponential rate:’ Canva’s growth spurt revealed in regulatory filing

‘Exponential rate:’ Canva’s growth spurt revealed in regulatory filing

Financial accounts show tech darling Canva’s growth has exploded over the past year as the shift in the way people work during the pandemic boosted its revenue. 

  • by Cara Waters
Airtasker’s global expansion could be hit by Airbnb trademark stoush
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Airtasker’s global expansion could be hit by Airbnb trademark stoush

Tech giant Airbnb is battling gig economy startup Airtasker in a trademark stoush in Europe that could impact Airtasker’s ambitions for expansion in the region. 

  • by Cara Waters
The illusion of control in committee meetings

The illusion of control in committee meetings

There aren’t many invitations to a meeting at work that make people squirm more than those with “committee” in the subject line.

  • by James Adonis
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Local trading app Superhero says it’s no Robinhood clone
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Local trading app Superhero says it’s no Robinhood clone

Millennial-focused share trading platform Superhero is plotting a path to an initial public offering after securing $25 million in fresh funding.

  • by Cara Waters
Brisbane VR training company scores Biden-backed US contract

Brisbane VR training company scores Biden-backed US contract

Next World offers VR training modules, which is exactly what the US is calling for as it ramps up its Build It Back Better program.

  • by Stuart Layt
How your looks affect your leadership success

How your looks affect your leadership success

When we consider the factors that make a leader successful, we often think about their intellect, their people skills, perhaps even their qualifications and experience.

  • by James Adonis
‘Not convinced it’s sustainable’: ANZ’s VC arm looks to loyalty and snubs BNPL

‘Not convinced it’s sustainable’: ANZ’s VC arm looks to loyalty and snubs BNPL

ANZ’s venture arm is backing customer loyalty and rewards rather than investing in the booming buy now pay later sector.

  • by Cara Waters
MYOB set to move into invoice financing in wake of Greensill collapse

MYOB set to move into invoice financing in wake of Greensill collapse

Accounting giant MYOB is pushing into invoice financing, undeterred by the bad invoice-business headlines from the collapse of global financing firm Greensill Capital.

  • by Cara Waters