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ASX rallies hard for first weekly gain in three weeks

2017-10-06 smh.com.au
The Australian market for once joined in with other global equity markets and rallied hard on Friday, with the gains helping the index mark its first positive week in three. (74-0)

ASX rallies hard for first weekly gain in three weeks

2017-10-06 theage.com.au
The Australian market for once joined in with other global equity markets and rallied hard on Friday, with the gains helping the index mark its first positive week in three. (74-0)

Brisbane City Council terminates $122 million IT contract

2017-07-28 smh.com.au
A major IT firm has threatened Brisbane CIty Council with a $50 million lawsuit after a $122 million contract was terminated after cost blow outs and lengthy delays.

Technology One has 28 days to explain why council should not cancel contract

2017-05-08 smh.com.au
A technology company involved in a bitter contractual dispute with Brisbane City Council has accused the council of making incorrect information public.

Why regions must be part of Brisbane's New World City mission

2017-05-01 theage.com.au
Young businessperson of the year 2016 Jock Fairweather is a man many see as the future of Brisbane's business ecosystem as it moves to become a "New World City". At 27, he calls himself "el capitano" of Little Tokyo Two, the company managing space at The Capital, a hub for startup businesses which opened early this year with the support of $5 million of ratepayers' money. In a three-part series, the city's innovation "captain" puts his thoughts on the line to explain how he thinks Southeast Queensland can be the next centre for global startup enterprise.

Why regions must be part of Brisbane's New World City mission

2017-05-01 smh.com.au
Young businessperson of the year 2016 Jock Fairweather is a man many see as the future of Brisbane's business ecosystem as it moves to become a "New World City". At 27, he calls himself "el capitano" of Little Tokyo Two, the company managing space at The Capital, a hub for startup businesses which opened early this year with the support of $5 million of ratepayers' money. In a three-part series, the city's innovation "captain" puts his thoughts on the line to explain how he thinks Southeast Queensland can be the next centre for global startup enterprise.

Ratepayers to foot the bill for council contract bungle

2017-03-27 smh.com.au
Brisbane ratepayers will continue to foot the bill for Brisbane City Council's IT contract blow-out with the latest expense coming in at more than $7 million.

Brisbane IT firm’s $60m budget feud with Council

2017-01-30 perthnow.com.au
A BRISBANE-based IT company has accused Brisbane City Council of failing proper process when the firm was publicly lashed over a contract dispute before being notified.

Joyce way off the mark on housing crisis

2017-01-25 smh.com.au
Barnaby Joyce shows, yet again, how out of touch he and the Liberal Party are with reality ("Joyce's advice for those Sydneysiders who can't afford a home", January 25). These politicians on their cushy salaries and perks have the temerity to tell us that if we can't afford a house in Sydney or Melbourne, we should either get a better job (Joe Hockey) or move out of the city (Barnaby Joyce).

Brisbane City Council IT contract faces potential $60 million blow-out

2017-01-25 smh.com.au
A $122 million Brisbane City Council IT contract will be renegotiated after a systems replacement program was delayed by 18 months, with a potential cost blow-out of up to $60 million.

ASX gains undermined by plunging metal prices

2016-11-16 theage.com.au
A plunge in metal prices set the scene for a flat session on the ASX, as sharp falls in the major miners were only partially offset by gains in big banks and a strong showing from energy stocks.

ASX gains undermined by plunging metal prices

2016-11-16 smh.com.au
A plunge in metal prices set the scene for a flat session on the ASX, as sharp falls in the major miners were only partially offset by gains in big banks and a strong showing from energy stocks.

Credit Suisse tips the new batch of market darlings

2016-11-03 theage.com.au
As investors scour the globe for growth, Australian market darlings have enjoyed unprecedented love, but Credit Suisse suggests investors are witnessing the beginning of a rotation and have offered some stocks with future darling potential. 

Credit Suisse tips the new batch of market darlings

2016-11-03 smh.com.au
As investors scour the globe for growth, Australian market darlings have enjoyed unprecedented love, but Credit Suisse suggests investors are witnessing the beginning of a rotation and have offered some stocks with future darling potential. 

New Jersey Health Foundation Awards $50,000 Innovation Grant to Improve Treatment for Children with Vision Dysfunction

2016-10-17 prnewswire
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Oct. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New Jersey Health Foundation (NJHF) has awarded a $50,000 Innovation Grant to Tara Alvarez, PhD, to help create a 3-D virtual reality therapy game for children suffering with binocular vision dysfunction, announced James M. Golubieski, president.  

Evolving workplace strategies and their relevance to Sri Lanka

2016-06-13 bizenglish.adaderana.lk
One of the key aspects of planning commercial real estate is to understand how the traditional workplace has been replaced by new working methods. The era of using desktop computers, having a permanent workstation, individual landlines, and making copious print-outs is likely to become out-of-date very soon as new workplace methods are introduced. It is well-known that technology creates a decentralised organization but the balance between centralising and decentralising depends on the organisation concerned and also on its culture.

Investors warm to tech IPO climate

2016-04-12 smh.com.au
Australian investors are becoming more comfortable backing the float of technology firms earlier in their life cycle, according to UBS executive Clinton Wong, as they chase structural growth in the market. Photo: Jessica Hromas

Director Appointment/Resignation

2016-02-22 asx.com.au

Results of Meeting

2016-02-17 asx.com.au

Argo tips oil recovery to US$50 a barrel in 2017

2016-01-31 smh.com.au
Jason Beddow, of the $5 billion fund Argo, thinks oil will recover towards US$50 a barrel in 2017 and the big banks may hold their dividends at current levels.

Appendix 3B

2016-01-28 asx.com.au