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Orion Health rises 14% on NZX debut

by AAP
Healthcare management group rallies on NZ debut, will list on ASX today.

Flat travel market to persist: Webjet

Online booking group sees muted market continuing despite record total transaction value YTD.

How retargeting is turning advertising on its head

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Thanks to algorithms that track online behaviour, companies can now target their audience more accurately. But what does this mean for publishers?

It’s do or die for Australian manufacturing

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Our manufacturers have a second chance to succeed, but to stay afloat they will need to totally reinvent the wheel.

SkyFii makes solid ASX debut

by AAP
Wireless provider SkyFii trades above share offer price as it announces JV deal in Indonesia.

Bailador slips on trading debut

Technology investment company Bailador slipped on the first day of trading, in line with a soft broad market.

Netflix hype won't destroy local TV

Netflix's is finally here and despite questions about the content and the cost of its local offering, its presence just might boost the Australian streaming sector.

Pepperstone founders take top EY gong

Founders of online foreign exchange broker Pepperstone named Australian EY Entrepreneurs Of The Year.

China wants greater role in shaping the web: Li

by AFP
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Premier calls for greater role in determining shape of the global internet.

Australian companies being out-innovated by China, India

Australian organisations are failing to keep up with the likes of China and India when it comes to innovation, new research says.

Google Glass loses its mojo but it isn't all bad news

Google’s Glass was never going to be a bestseller and when it comes to wearables Google is seemingly opting for the path of least resistance.

CSIRO chief to join Rio Tinto board

by AAP
Outgoing CSIRO chief executive Megan Clark joins miner's board as non-executive director.

Samsung to slash phone models in 2015

by AFP
Group aims to cut prices in the face of intense Chinese competition.

Nokia plans 2015 comeback with Android tablet

by AFP
Tablet aimed at Chinese market, retails for $US249, other markets eyed.

Alibaba eyes opportunities in Australia

The cashed-up Chinese internet giant is eyeing expansion opportunities at home as well as abroad -- including in Australia.

US investor to exit Aconex

The construction software company Aconex relaunches its float after slashing the deal size, major shareholder to exit.

Google to spend $US250m boosting ad compliance

Tech giant settles US lawsuit over alleged illegal advertising.

Qld can be an important Indian partner: Modhi

by AAP
Modhi says India interested in resources, agribusiness, technology, tourism sectors.

Capital spending subsidies at last

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Carbon is the mechanism that will drive substantial aid to enterprises, from schools and households to power plants, and many more.

Sims calls for NBN split

ACCC boss insists competition will be aided by split of National Broadband Network.

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