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Westpac's venture fund has taken a stake in Flare HR, which promises to overhaul company engagement with employees and tackle apathy about personal finance.
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New small business lender Spotcap will use a €31.5 million ($48.5 million) debt and equity injection from private equity house Finstar Financial Group to expand operations in Australia, Spain and The Netherlands and into new markets.
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Australian employers are already within their rights to read employees' instant messages.
Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper has quickly removed tracking devices from journalists' desks after a backlash from unions and staff.
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