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Technology is both friend and foe to job hunters
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Opinion

Technology is both friend and foe to job hunters

The ability to earn income is your greatest asset, but the world of recruitment is not an even playing field.

  • by Catherine Robson

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PEXA float gets crunched by tech carnage

PEXA float gets crunched by tech carnage

The global sharemarket sell-off on Thursday has imperilled the proposed $2.2 billion float of online property conveyancer PEXA..

  • by Colin Kruger
'Nothing to fear': Millennials' favourite Afterpay happy to be scrutinised
Afterpay Touch Group

'Nothing to fear': Millennials' favourite Afterpay happy to be scrutinised

Two of the biggest listed "buy now, pay later" fintechs are confident their business models withstand scrutiny by the newly-announced Senate inquiry

  • by John Collett
Invest more to avoid becoming the Kodak of finance, APRA tells banks
Wayne Byres

Invest more to avoid becoming the Kodak of finance, APRA tells banks

Banking regulator Wayne Byres is urging financial businesses to boost investment in technology systems, to avoid the fate of once-iconic brands

  • by Clancy Yeates
Open banking is coming but Australians are sceptical
Big four

Open banking is coming but Australians are sceptical

More than eight out of 10 respondents were unaware of, or unsure about open banking, and two out of three are adamant they wouldn't be willing to share data.

  • by Saman Shad
Fintechs target Millennials in online tax returns push
Fintech

Fintechs target Millennials in online tax returns push

There are a number of fintechs offering to do your tax return for a fraction of the price of tax agents, but there are also potential traps

  • by John Collett
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'It's a mess': credit ratings lottery revealed
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Fintech

'It's a mess': credit ratings lottery revealed

Credit scores from among the credit agencies for the same person vary considerably and chance plays a big role in whether you get a loan or not.

  • by John Collett
Seconds out: new 'challenger' 86,400 bank targets big four's turf
Big four

Seconds out: new 'challenger' 86,400 bank targets big four's turf

The founder of two United Kingdom "challenger" banks will chair the latest Australian digital start-up planning to become a bank.

  • by Clancy Yeates
Unlockd enters voluntary administration, blames Google
Google

Unlockd enters voluntary administration, blames Google

Tech company Unlockd is entering voluntary administration in the middle of a heated legal stoush with Google.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Prospa's bungled IPO means a VC litmus test remains elusive
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Opinion

Prospa's bungled IPO means a VC litmus test remains elusive

Prospa's IPO was poised to be a significant milestone for Australia's ascendant venture capital and fintech sectors. It wasn't.

  • by John McDuling
Fintech Prospa pulls plug on planned float

Fintech Prospa pulls plug on planned float

On Thursday night Prospa further postponed is planned ASX listing saying it would provide a briefing on the matter.

  • by Clancy Yeates