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Traditional law and accounting firms need to take a hard look at their business models and ways of pricing, or they risk getting left behind. The man who brought the term NewLaw to the world and has researched and written extensively on the subject gives five pieces of advice.

At last count, the Australian pet industry was estimated at $8 billion. Business View looks at the changing nature of pet ownership and talks to three businesses tapping into the trend.

Global growth lifts in mid-2017, heading back towards trend rate as pace of advanced economy output expansion picks up.

Waiting to see if goals on tax and trade can make up for failure on health reform

Australian fashion house Misha Collection has risen to international status within the space of three years. Fundamental to its success has been the approach of its founder, Michelle Aznavorian, a 27-year-old who has put her personal brand at the core of the company’s strategy.

Transforming your payments system doesn’t have to hurt and can in fact save time and increase efficiency, as Perth’s Wesley College found out.

Life after a business sale? What Antonio Cerqueira, founder of Oporto, did next.

As Australia’s most important trading partner, China is one country your business probably shouldn’t ignore. We share tips to help you get started.

Global growth heading back toward trend after soft first quarter.

Fifteen years ago, two separate groups of enthusiastic investors and abalone farmers set out to secure a footing on the global stage. It wasn’t until they joined forces in 2008 that everything changed and the farms, within the space of nine years, went from individual 70-tonne entities to being the biggest producer of abalone in the southern hemisphere.

What was the moment that mattered? Adam Hilton, Managing Director of Noisy Beast, Media Manoeuvres’ Sam Elam and Co-Founder of Appster, Mark McDonald tell their story.

HelloFresh doesn’t just deliver food, its very ethos is about bringing people together to cook and eat. So when the global franchise was looking to set up in Australia, management needed a particular set of skills to run the ship. Tom Rutledge, business graduate and former MasterChef contestant, was just the man for the job.

Online sales growing over the year, rebound in the month

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