New research reveals that half of all businesses do not allow employees to visit any social networks via a company computer, Internet security service company Webroot says.
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Following last Thursday’s announcement that Hong Kong-based mining resources company Wah Nam would be lodging takeover bids for iron ore miners Brockman Resources and FerrAus, Brockman has recommended that shareholders do not accept the bid as it stands. At...
There is little doubt that Qantas’ public relations department is working overtime to perform damage control following its fifth occurence since an engine exploded during a Sydney-bound flight from Singapore 11 days ago.
Following a controversial and heated three month debate over BHP Billiton’s proposed takeover of Canadian-based Potash Corp, the Australian mining giant has withdrawn its US$45 billion offer.
Tony Burke, the Australian Minister for Environment, has given his environmental seal of approval for Shell’s 100 percent owned and operated Prelude Floating Liquefied Natural Gas Project, to be located off the northwest coast of Australia. As with every...
After increasing Rio Tinto’s Dampier Salt Limited (DSL) sales by 550 percent since 2008, Managing Director Denise Goldsworthy has been named the 2010 Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year.
Through its Australian subsidiary, Hong Kong mining resources company Wah Nam has lodged takeover offers for two emerging iron ore companies, Brockman Resources and FerrAus. Brockman received a conditional off-market takeover offer for A$930 million, or $6.47 per share,...
Boeing has suspended all test flights of its 787 Dreamliner fleet following an onboard fire that forced an emergency landing in Texas. Although the 42-man crew used emergency slides to evacuate and the aircraft landed safely, this is the latest incident that will delay the plane’s commercial debut since Boeing ordered over 800 Dreamliners almost three years ago.
In an effort to privatize its assets, the Queensland Government sold the Port of Brisbane for $2.3 billion to the Q Port Holdings Consortium made up of Global Infrastructure Partners, Industry Funds Management and funds managed by QIC Limited, who will each hold equal stakes of 27 percent.