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Motorola Xoom

April 19, 2011 • NewsComments (0)

The market for tablet PCs are sure exploding, with several iPad rivals popping up and into consumer’s bag and briefcase. This May, Motorola will release its tablet PC: Motorola Xoom, which will be launched on Telstra Next G Network. Although there is no announcement for the fixed price as yet, the Android-powered device and the …

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Original Aussie Souvenirs

April 15, 2011 • NewsComments (0)

Ever had that awkward moment when you give your relative/ business acquaintance/ hosts overseas an Australian souvenir, only to find out it has a “Made in China” stamp or sticker? You will be glad to know that Federal Minister of Tourism, Martin

Aussie Car Industry Slowdown

April 15, 2011 • NewsComments (0)

This is originally posted on The Australian. The nation’s car industry has suffered a double blow: Ford slashed 240 jobs after reduced demand Ford Australia’s chief executive, Bob Graziano announced vehicle production will be cut from 260 to 209

Mercer: Aussie’s Less Friendly Female Work Arrangement

April 11, 2011 • NewsComments (0)

Originally posted on According to a survey by Mercers, Australia has a higher proportion of companies (84 per cent) offering female employees flexible work arrangement, compared with their international counterparts such as Asia (55 per cent) and

Kellogg’s Cornflakes Australian History

April 8, 2011 • Brief History, NewsComments (0)

Kellogg in Australia Kellogg has been providing food to the Australian community since 1924. It all started when Mr. Morris Raymer, a specialist in automatic packaging machinery, was sent to Australia in 1924 to set up corn flake machinery in rented premises

National Small Business Summit

April 7, 2011 • Events, NewsComments (0)

92% of Australia business is made up of small-and-medium enterprises (SME). By legal definition, small business has fewer than 15 employees under the Australian Fair Work Act (2009). Small business often face a variety of problem related to their size, the

Aussies: Carbon Tax a Job Risk

April 6, 2011 • NewsComments (0)

Originally posted on More than two-thirds of Australians are pessimistic about the introduction of carbon tax, saying it will put jobs at risk and companies will move overseas as a result. A survey conducted by Touchpoint Research Australia