Today we reveal South Australia’s top 100 companies for 2017-18, as measured by InDaily’s SA Business Index.
A Willunga couple who started selling kombucha drinks at local farmers’ markets has today announced their business has been bought out by global drinks giant Coca-Cola for an undisclosed sum.
Global solar thermal company SolarReserve is working on a deal with local manufacturer Heliostat SA to build more than 12,800 tracking mirrors for its 150MW Aurora project near Port Augusta.
The countdown continues of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index. Today, companies ranked 59-40.
The countdown continues of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index.
The countdown begins of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index. Today we reveal numbers 100 to 80, a segment which includes a number of new entrants from sectors including technology, mining and wine.
This privately-owned company operating in the energy sector with revenue in excess of $300 million and employing over 300 professional staff, delivers a range of solutions across the state. A greenfields role in a highly regulated and critical infrastructure organisation, this is a high impact opportunity to influence leadership and collaborate across the workforce to lead the development and execution of the critical business resilience strategy across business security, business continuity & emergency planning.
A newly created role within the South Australian energy sector, this is a greenfields opportunity to work collaboratively across the business, advising CEO and Executive in the development and implementation of the digital, cyber security and information management strategies to achieve business wide objectives.
The Marshall Government is refusing to disclose details of its “set-up support” for German battery giant sonnen to establish a new factory on the old Holden site, citing commercial confidentiality.
The former state Environment Department boss sacked by Steven Marshall as part of his initial public service cull has landed a new job – with a mining company.
Healthier competition in the South Australian media market will be good for everyone, writes InDaily publisher Paul Hamra.
UPDATED | Treasurer Rob Lucas has made a surgical strike on key public service targets, with TAFE campuses, Service SA centres and “low patronage” bus routes to close, a raft of projects and programs to be axed and South Australians from Housing Trust tenants to salaried medical officers to feel the pinch.
Kevin Rudd has pilloried Tony Abbott as a toxic influence on the national political landscape who doesn’t care a whit about policy.
Hills Limited has recorded a slim full-year profit, despite falling revenue.
AGL Energy has announced Andy Vesey will step down as chief executive and managing director with immediate effect, after four years in the role.
The fragmentation that is devouring Australia’s politics is reflected in the increasingly stark polarisation of the country’s professional mass media, argues Denis Muller.
Shares of Electric car maker Tesla Inc. have tumbled about nine per cent after CEO Elon Musk conceded in a newspaper interview that job stress may be getting the best of him.
A new bid to establish South Australia’s first commercial medicinal cannabis hub has been launched, with a development application lodged for a facility at McLaren Flat.
In the days when SAFM’s Black Thunders ruled the streets of Adelaide, Sasha Baranikov began her career working in Promotions & Events for Southern Cross Austereo.”
Combining a background in health and medical research with the rising power of artificial intelligence is helping entrepreneur Dr Michelle Perugini become a leading technology innovator.
The consumer watchdog has called for food giant Heinz to be hit with a $10 million fine after misleading consumers by claiming one of its snacks, marketed for toddlers, was beneficial for young children.
Nothing builds global tolerance more than experiencing other cultures through travel, according to Marie Sulda.
The future is uncertain for Fairfax Media’s extensive network of newspapers across regional South Australia after the company agreed to be taken over by Nine Entertainment.
Power generator Engie has paid $60,000 in penalties after the Australian Energy Regulator found it failed to respond promptly to calls for more power from an Adelaide power station during a blackout in 2016.
Before finishing his law degree at the University of Adelaide and at the age of just 21, Jordan Walsh started his first company.
Raised in the Riverland on a grape and citrus property, Joanna Andrew became a partner in the South Australian legal firm Mellor Olsson at the age of 28.
UPDATED | An air exclusion zone has been imposed at a sleepy South Australian coastal town as the hunt continues for an armed man, who has now been named by SA Police as a 25-year-old local.
The paypackets of CEOs at Australia’s 100 biggest companies have swollen to their fattest since before the global financial crisis, a new study shows.
Jarrad Morgan was the sole employee when he started SA Construct as a 24-year-old in 2011. The company now has 130 employees and was ranked among the fastest growing businesses in the state in 2016. Morgan was last month named a winner in the inaugural InDaily 40 Under 40 Awards.