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  • ASIC Report

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

  • Back to Business

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

    Billions of dollars are spent on marketing each year but relatively little is known about its effectiveness. Giles Parkinson gives several examples of how companies obtained better value for their marketing dollar by analysing what campaign...

  • Business Opportunities in Britian

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

    Tim Holmes, Director-General of UK Trade & Investment, Australasia, explains why many Australian companies are finding a ready market for their products in the UK.

  • Business Travel

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

    Michelle Alice Thoo, manager of the Singapore Tourism Board, outlines the new incentives available to attract more business meetings, conferences and events to Singapore.

  • CEO Report

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

  • Company Directors Conference 2007

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

    Enjoy the splendours of Shanghai and the beauty of Beijing with AICD’s exciting conference touring packages. As part of next year’s conference we are able to bring you a choice of six options: three pre-conference and three post-conference tours ...

  • Corporate Social Responsibility

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

    Steven Cole and Eve Regnard believe that there are already market forces at work which encourage companies to be good corporate citizens. Increased government regulation is inappropriate and unnecessary as it is likely to unbalance a proces...

  • Cover Story

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

    There is no disputing that women are under-represented on boards in Australia. What is more controversial, as Domini Stuart discovered, is why this is the case.

  • D and O Insurance

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

    A common pitfall for directors with D&O insurance policies is that they do not realise they are not covered for a particular event until they try to claim. Emilios Kyrou, partner, Mallesons Stephen Jaques, identifies some undesirable ga...

  • Early Warner

    Date: 1 Dec 2006

    Professor Bob Baxt has concerns about the way in which this type of legislation intrudes into the daily activities of a wide range of people.

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