Author: Gaby Lim
Entrepreneurship is serious business. How serious are you about it?

 Author: Tina David
Saying "yes" may be easier, but learning to say "no" when the situation calls for it brings more good than one can ever imagine.

 Author: Ashley Jessen
Russia's woes continue as the Rubble continues to get slammed against all over major currencies with Oil suffering a similar fate, hitting the 55 handle Tuesday night. Our local Aussie index managed to hold on to the important 5100 level and even managed to eke out a positive 9.6 point gain for the day despite the recent volatility experienced across the commodities. The Aussie Dollar lost its battle with the 82 cent level against the US Dollar, hitting an intraday low of 0.8144 as technical stops were seemingly triggered very quickly.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Prime Minister Tony Abbott told the ABC that Islam should not be blamed for Sydney hostage taker Man Haron Monis’ actions and thousands of Australians stood up to anti-Muslim sentiment via social media following the tragic incident.

 Author: Staff Reporter
The Sydney siege shocked an entire world and world leaders offered condolences to Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Aussies showered Martin Place with flowers and stood up to anti-Muslim sentiment, but Rupert Murdoch did not seem to share the general empathy.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Touch ID and Apple Pay, among other perks Apple offers may be extremely functional, but their purpose may not be just about simplicity, but about something more profitable: e-commerce.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
The medical establishment that people trust may claim to hold the answer to curing cancer, but alternative medicine does not believe technological advances have been used to people’s advantage.

 Author: Gaby Lim
Warren Buffett’s humble money-making schemes at a young age have made him one of the world’s wealthiest people.

 Author: Sanjana Ray
Human nature is intrinsically one of restlessness and the search for something new, something more. We’ve all wished for change without moving a finger, every one of us. Most of the time it’s due to dissatisfaction with the current state and rate of events, and sheer impatience, that is so mortal. And sometimes, this change begins at the workplace.

 Author: Gaby Lim
You can be intelligent and rich. But without persistence, you’ll undoubtedly fail.

 Author: Ashley Jessen
Negative leads from international bourses continue to send an ominous sign in the lead up to the 2-day FOMC meeting in the US, with the decisions from the meeting being broadcast Thursday morning at 6am AEDST. As a result of the weak leads, the Aussie 200 Index trading under water all day and weakened towards the close, falling 33.8 points for the session with Energy being the worst performer yet again, down another 2.12 per cent.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Police and intelligence chiefs could be questioned over their surveillance and contact with the Sydney gunman at a parliamentary inquiry.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Crown Resorts’ Betfair is forming a joint venture with BetEasy to take sports betting by storm.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Peruvian officials will pursue criminal charges against Greenpeace activists who went without prior authorisation into the area where the protected Nazca Lines have been resting for 1,500-2,000 years.