How to maximise your creativity
How to maximise your creativity

In business – and everyday life – grand ideas are applauded. Schemes that tap into ‘new’ processes, or thought leaders that introduce different ways of thinking are looked up to and admired, writes Stan Gordon.

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The voyage of the dawn surfer
The voyage of the dawn surfer

Entrepreneurship runs in the Prior family and five:am founder David Prior learnt his ethic and values working in the family business. David speaks with Jonathan Jackson about the importance of quality no matter what business you run.

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The tough get tougher
The tough get tougher

The frequency with which we use our mobile technology means that we should look at protecting the equipment that make our day.

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No conflict of interest
No conflict of interest

With the freehold of an entire tropical atoll in his possession, Ian Gowrie-Smith is looking for partners to develop this idyllic location. But as Jonathan Green discovers, this entrepreneur has a history of conservation and preservation to ensure it will be done correctly.

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Making your trade mark
Making your trade mark
Switching careers is daunting and what makes it even trickier is the decision to let go of a high paying corporate job that gave you the opportunity to travel the world. However, akin to any successful person with an entrepreneurial streak, Lourence Nohra took the brave step towards starting her own business.
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To touch the sky
To touch the sky
At 13 years of age, Bobby Bajram was the youngest Australian ever to be diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. For most kids, that would be a devastating blow, but Bobby took it in his stride and today, at 47, the once-multi millionaire is a ball of positive energy who dedicates his life to bringing recognition to people with all disabilities.
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Can Apple reclaim its vision?
Can Apple reclaim its vision?
No matter what you think of Steve Jobs, he was a visionary man whose foresight and unending search for perfection created one of the most revered companies in the world. After his death, however, Apple arguably lost clarity. Jonathan Jackson examines the moves Apple is making to reclaim the visionary title that Jobs worked so hard to achieve.
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How to shore up your finances
How to shore up your finances

Whether it be for a first home or an investment property, thorough planning and professional advice should be undertaken before securing a mortgage.

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Nurturing digital workers to fuel efficiency
Nurturing digital workers to fuel efficiency

Innovation in mobility has had a profound impact on businesses in recent times. From breaking down geographic barriers, amplifying exposure through the internet and changing the way we work, mobile devices are driving a 24/7 business cycle.

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How to survive and thrive
How to survive and thrive
The internet has presented the greatest opportunity for innovation and change since the Industrial Revolution, writes Ruslan Kogan.
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On track to target tumours
On track to target tumours
Alchemia Ltd has made advances in the company’s cancer portfolio that investors should keep an eye on.
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Hungry like the Wolf
Hungry like the Wolf
The Wolf of Wall Street: the portrayal of a lavish lifestyle everybody secretly dreams of.
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Come fly with me
Come fly with me
Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, has announced the launch of its luxury private jet service offering a bespoke flight experience.
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