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details the alarming rise in government debt across the globe but argues that Australians have less to lose sleep over.
Why debt matters
Unserviceable debt in the world’s finance industry, with total assets in excess of US$300 trillion, gave us the global financial crisis (...
John M Green
believes business people should start thinking more like novelists.
“In hindsight...” Painful, often embarrassing confessions sometimes begin with those words. It is only in the future that you know how smart you are in the present. It’s why hubris is such a ...
With the economy on the up, it’s time to start branching out again.
provides some pointers on how SMEs can start repositioning themselves for growth.
Sowing the seeds for growth
SMEs repositioning for growth should focus firmly on
Relations with their bankers
The Bradley Report and global financial crisis have created many challenges for university boards. And, as
reports, there are more higher learning tests to come.
Higher learning challenges
University board challenges will include:
Implementing changes from the ...
The M&A landscape is changing.
provides some tips on how to buy, or be bought, well in this tough economic climate.
The brave new world of M&A
Many experts are predicting a sluggish start to 2009 in terms of mergers and acquisitions (M&A).
Multiplex, the once private WA construction company went public and went to England. It won the right to build the new Wembley Stadium but it has now discovered that the culture of a private company doesn’t travel well. Editor John Arbouw reports
John Roberts must...