Author: Staff Reporter
The federal government will hold crisis talks with Google, Facebook and YouTube to discuss ways to put an end to the growing online radicalisation by ISIS.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Investor activity seems to have lost intensity, but economists warn the situation is temporary as the latest rate cut tepefies the housing market.

Shepparton Developer, Nejat Mackali is being investigated by leading financial education company for attempting to allegedly defraud investors for up to almost $3 million...

 Author: Ashley Jessen
Monday trading on the Nasdaq saw quite the roller coaster ride, following the announcement from Apple on their new watch, with the index gyrating half a percent up, half a percent down and back up half a percent again in just two hours of trading. Despite a strong start, our local index was unable to replicate the positive moves from the US and instead traded flat for the day, dragged down by the Energy and Consumer Discretionary sectors. Chinese Inflation climbed to 1.4% pushing the Aussie Dollar down to a low of 0.7631 whilst the selling pressure on Gold continues, pushing the price down to a 3 month low of $1,161 an ounce.​

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
China’s yuan has just made it onto the list of the world’s top five payment currencies, but the country’s plans seem to go beyond an honourable fifth position.

 Author: Staff Reporter
WIN Corporation owner Bruce Gordon has offered to inject up to $100 million AUD of new money into Ten Network Holdings. The Australian businessman has asked for two seats on its board.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Last year, the Kremlin banned food imports including vegetables, fruit, dairy and meat from the United States, the European Union, Norway, Canada and Australia in response to international sanctions over the Ukraine crisis.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
As the Disneyland measles outbreak marked a turning point in the vaccine wars, uncovered court documents revealing major vaccine fraud at multinational drug company Merck & Co. are finally getting media coverage.

 Author: Staff Reporter
The Australian retail and office property market is quickly becoming one of the most attractive investment objectives in the world as foreign investors are piling back into this sector.

 Author: Sanjana Ray
We all go on about living in the present. We've googled many inspirational quotes about being here in the present and we've possibly posted it on Instagram and got many likes, too. And yes, life is meant to be lived in this very moment, but you have to make sure that you will have a 'tomorrow' to live for. Too often, we take our bodies for granted, both externally and mentally because of popular hashtags, like #YOLO and #Fomo.

 Author: Ashley Jessen
China has been dominant in the headlines this week in respect to their estimated growth targets for 2015 and their seven per cent guideline (down from 7.5% growth in 2014) has not been welcomed by the Australian banks and resource sector. In addition we’ve seen Iron Ore prices fall over the last few sessions, now sitting below $60 per tonne, with the likes of Fortescue Metals (ASX:FMG), BHP Billiton (ASX:BHP) and Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO) suffering as a result. This has been the main catalyst for the pull back over the last four trading sessions.​

 Author: Staff Reporter
Westpac’s former chief executive Gail Kelly had previously set a goal to reach a market-leading target of 50 per cent women in leadership by 2017.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Shortly after Forbes named Bill Gates the richest man in the world, the billionaire proved that his pledge to make the world a better place is anything but bogus.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Blackberry shipped 7.9 million devices in 2014, a big drop on 2013’s figure of 18.6 million units. The company is no longer a major player in the smartphone race, but during this year’s Mobile World Congress, it re-emerged with a new strategy laser-focused on the enterprise.