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The $130,000 fight: Small business disputes take their toll

The $130,000 fight: Small business disputes take their toll

Smaller operators are fighting each other about getting paid - and costs are piling up.

  • by Emma Koehn

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'What's your right?' Paul Bassat on winners in era of AI
Finance

'What's your right?' Paul Bassat on winners in era of AI

As China looks to artificial intelligence businesses, local startups need to find a niche.

  • by Emma Koehn
'It's not us': ATO's fresh warning as scam losses hit $830,000
Scams

'It's not us': ATO's fresh warning as scam losses hit $830,000

The number of victims of an offshore impersonation scam is growing quickly.

  • by Emma Koehn
'Love-hate relationship': Retailers hit by the Afterpay effect
Opinion
Opinion

'Love-hate relationship': Retailers hit by the Afterpay effect

Afterpay's exponential growth has been built on the back of small businesses which are slugged with high fees every time customers use the platform.

  • by Cara Waters
Mad Monday: This week is rush hour for Christmas retail
Retail

Mad Monday: This week is rush hour for Christmas retail

Millions of shoppers will log on after work this week, and small businesses are ready.

  • by Emma Koehn
The most selfish form of employee pay
Opinion
Finance

The most selfish form of employee pay

Would you forfeit some of your salary if it meant you were paid incrementally for the results you generated?

  • by James Adonis
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Confusion reigns: Australian Business Securitisation Fund
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Finance

Confusion reigns: Australian Business Securitisation Fund

Here's what the lending policy is - and what it isn't.

  • by Kate Carnell
Small businesses 'don't bother' with banks as funding dries up
Josh Frydenberg

Small businesses 'don't bother' with banks as funding dries up

The Banking Royal Commission is hitting small businesses which are concerned they won't be able to obtain finance.

  • by Zoe Wilson
Man claims he was 'bullied' by CBA after sharing story with commission
Commonwealth Bank

Man claims he was 'bullied' by CBA after sharing story with commission

He gave evidence of his dealings with Commonwealth Bank to the banking royal commission. Then the phone call came.

  • by Sherryn Groch
'Robin Hood in reverse': Finance companies taking $31 million in alleged small business TV scam
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Kate Carnell

'Robin Hood in reverse': Finance companies taking $31 million in alleged small business TV scam

Finance companies and a rich lister are benefiting from the alleged scam involving Viewble and The Shoppers Network.

  • by Cara Waters
Payments policy proves 'a stick' needed for big business
Scott Morrison

Payments policy proves 'a stick' needed for big business

Tough action is needed to solve the "emotional problem" of late payments.

  • by Emma Koehn