Russell Kirsch, a computer scientist credited with inventing the pixel and scanning the world’s first digital photograph, has died aged 91 at his home in Portland, Oregon.
The full impact of the coronavirus pandemic likely won’t be felt by Adelaide’s office market until next year as vacancy rates remain relatively stable.
A criminal defence lawyer and another with experience of the Crown Solicitor’s and DPP offices have been appointed to the Adelaide Magistrates Court.
In the second blow to Adelaide’s media in as many days, NOVA Entertainment is likely to axe jobs from local radio stations FIVEaa and Nova 919 as the company deals with the economic fallout from COVID-19.
Whyalla steelworks owner Sanjeev Gupta has sold his company’s stake of South Australian company ZEN Energy back to its original owners, as the British billionaire’s GFG Alliance looks to cut costs globally.
UPDATED | Network Ten will cut jobs and centralise the presentation of news bulletins, with Adelaide’s 5pm Monday to Friday news to be broadcast from Melbourne and newsreader Rebecca Morse among those to be made redundant.
Local mining exploration companies are going global in their search for gold as prices for the precious metal hit all-time highs.
The Adelaide company behind a reusable cup designed to reduce waste and costs for event organisers is bringing the manufacture of the products back to Australia amid a nationwide push to create local jobs in the face of the economic downturn.
Business consultancy firm Magnetic Alliance managing director Mark Lim has helped clients diversify their offerings for almost a decade. During the coronavirus pandemic Lim implemented some of his own advice. InDaily spoke with the South Australian business leader about what fuelled the expansion.
Investors are increasingly directing their money into sustainable options as they seek to put their financial and ethical goals on the same balance sheet.
SA listed companies have gained ground on the Australian Securites Exchange in the first five weeks of the new financial year as the volatile market inches back from March’s pandemic cliff.
South Australians are hungry to personally step up to help rebound the local economy, according to the latest Square Holes mind and mood survey.
General Motors’ exploitation of the Holden dealer network, as it moves to retire the brand in Australia, has emboldened other car companies to take a similar stand, a Senate inquiry has heard.
The launch of a fire-proof and waterproof building wrap designed for high-rise buildings and homes in bushfire zones is set to drive growth for its Salisbury North manufacturer.
In this week’s executive appointments column, InDaily tracks the movements of those driving South Australia’s public and private sectors in industries including finance and environment. Who’s who on the Corporate Ladder? Read on.
While the lockdown associated with COVID-19 likely had South Australians jumping on to Zoom and other remote meeting platforms, it did not have significant impact on social media usage.
Network Ten has refused to confirm that controversial celebrity chef Jock Zonfrillo will return as a host of ratings hit MasterChef next year.
Tech giants will have to pay Australian commercial media for news content by the middle of next year, or face fines of up to $10 million.
Eight Australian magazines – including Men’s and Women’s Health, Harper’s BAZAAR and ELLE – will be shut down, with their owner blaming an “unrelenting economic downturn” for the decision.”
Re-booting aged care services to become more like hospitality in time for the onset of the Baby Boomer generation is firmly in the sights of ACH Group CEO Frank Weits.
Prohibition Liquor is preparing to launch a new website, fit for a post pandemic world. InDaily spoke with co-founder Wes Heddles about how the company found opportunities amid the shutdown.
South Australia bucked a downward national trend to record a 7.1 per cent increase in building approvals for private homes in May.
EXCLUSIVE | Adelaide celebrity chef Jock Zonfrillo’s failed Rundle St eatery Mallozzi tallied up almost $100,000 in trading losses in just five months and “may have traded insolvent” for at least four of them, according to a liquidator’s report into the doomed venture.
The percentage of South Australians with a job has hit its lowest level in almost 20 years, reflecting a fall in the participation rate and an increase in unemployment. The job vacancy rate has also taken a massive dive, putting pressure on the Federal Government to extend the JobKeeper scheme beyond September 30.
A motion-detecting fitness app developed in South Australia that pays its users to exercise is set to launch in a fortnight.
As South Australia’s confidence builds exiting the emotional strain of COVID-19, the conversation around the importance of supporting local businesses hangs in the balance.
A business model that uses nostalgia to drive sales through iconic Australian brands is proving a winning formula for Adelaide chocolate confectionery company Robern Menz.
Low yields in recent vintages, bushfires and the impact of COVID-19 have resulted in the Royal Adelaide Wine Show relaxing its entry requirements for this year’s awards.
Qantas will cut at least 6,000 jobs across all parts of the business including pilots and cabin crew and continue to stand down 15,000 workers as part of its plan to recover from the impact of the COVID pandemic.
Prominent Adelaide lawyer Morry Bailes has stepped aside as managing partner of leading general practice firm Tindall Gask Bentley, with Liberal insiders expecting him to nominate to replace John Olsen as state party president later this year.