Ideology led Australia to give up on the idea that government policy and intervention can help create a competitive advantage for industry. Our post-pandemic recovery depends on overturning this falsehood, writes former senior South Australian public servant Lance Worrall.
From ditching landlines to reviewing printer contracts, BDO’s Nick Kervin lets businesses in on 10 ways to optimise IT costs without compromising their value throughout this challenging time.
Adelaide digital intelligence company Fivecast has opened a US office as it expands its services in a growing global fight against terrorism and organised crime.
South Australia’s 10 biggest listed companies continue to claw back lost ground, growing their values by an average of 10 per cent on the Australian Securities Exchange for the month of May.
South Australia’s emerging space industry faces a period of uncertainty as investors lock down their cash amid a coronavirus induced economic slump.
Thomas Foods International is sharpening its focus on its core meat business following two major deals announced in the past week.
It has been 81 days since COVID-19 got real in South Australia, this week the SA Mind and Mood survey examines if this is enough time to make permanent changes to the way we live.
President Donald Trump says he will introduce legislation that may scrap or weaken a law that has protected internet companies, including Twitter and Facebook, in an extraordinary attempt to intervene in the media.
News Corp has officially killed off its free Messenger community newspapers in South Australia, which will now only be available online behind a paid subscriber paywall as part of a national digital push that will axe more than 100 print titles and an undisclosed number of jobs across the nation.
A South Australian vitality drink created by an eye surgeon will today launch its distinctly Aussie beverage in 24,000 South Korean convenience stores.
The threat of financial hardship continues to weigh heavily on the minds of many business owners, even as we appear to have flattened the proverbial curve of infection. Here’s what SA businesses should be doing now, according to Chris Overton and Austin Taylor.
Work on the long-awaited 280-megawatt Cultana Solar Farm north of Whyalla could begin as early as July.
After a forced trial, South Australians are now looking for balance in their work life, according to market and cultural research agency Square Holes in our weekly dive into the mood of South Australians.
An Adelaide software development company that usually focuses on creating platforms for clients is using the quiet shutdown period to fast-track major upgrades to its own software aimed at the strata management industry.
In this week’s executive appointments column, InDaily tracks the movements of those driving South Australia’s public and private sectors in industries including medicine and defence. Who’s who on the Corporate Ladder? Read on.
A consortium of philanthropists and media executives has emerged as a bidder for the national newswire, Australian Associated Press.
South Australian farmers are likely to be among the hardest hit by an 80 per cent tariff on barley exports to China.
David Rohrsheim will lead an expert panel of judges for this year’s 40 Under 40 Awards.
Sydney’s top radio broadcaster Alan Jones is retiring at the end of May, following the advice of his doctors.
Ayers House managing director Richard McLeod is no stranger to tough economic times after cutting his teeth as a hospitality industry insolvency consultant during the 1990 recession. Following almost 30 years at the helm of one of the city’s favourite historic event spaces, McLeod is looking to reboot his consultancy career to help struggling hospitality businesses reset on the other side of the COVID-19 shutdown.
In this week’s executive appointments column, InDaily tracks the movements of those driving South Australia’s public and private sectors in industries including the state government and superannuation. Who’s who on the Corporate Ladder? Read on.
A South Australian software company has been awarded $350,000 from the State government as it prepares to scale up and expand its technology platform in international markets.
JB Hi-Fi has posted strong March quarter growth as customers rushed to buy home appliances and technology products before COVID-19-related social restrictions were brought in and online sales jumped.
South Australian company Ellex Medical Lasers will change its name after shareholders voted to sell off a large portion the business to a French multi-national for A$100 million.
SPECIAL REPORT: Drought slashed grape harvests and a COVID-19 outbreak saw it virtually shut down overnight. Barossa Valley towns, businesses and residents has been doing it tough the past few months. But restrictions are now lifting, rain is falling and hope is returning.
Global kingfish producer Clean Seas Seafood has reported a 14 per cent fall in March quarter sales revenue as it begins to pivot its business towards retail.
Mawson Lakes electronic warfare company DEWC Systems has been awarded a $3.1 million contract to advance its space tactical sensor system for the Australian Defence Force.
Australia Post is putting hundreds of posties in vans, hiring an extra 600 casuals and bringing 15 more processing facilities online to handle a near doubling of parcel traffic over the past month as virus-isolated consumers shop online.
Eyre Peninsula oyster company Angel Seafood has announced record March quarter sales despite reduced demand in the final weeks as a result of COVID-19.