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New York Times: The Privacy Paradox, a Challenge for Business

The New York Times reports on a new study concerning privacy sponsored by data-storage company EMC: People around the world are thrilled by the ease and convenience of their smartphones and Internet services, but they aren’t willing to trade their privacy to get more of it. That is the top-line finding of a new study of 15,000 [...]

Corruption, illegal tuna fisheries and a ‘lifestyle tsunami’ trouble Pacific business editors

Sean Dorney’s presentation ABC report on illegal tuna fishing in the Pacific on 28 October 2013. HOW IRONIC. For two days this week, veteran Pacific affairs correspondent Sean Dorney from Australia Network was contributing hugely to an inaugural regional business media summit organised by the Asian Development Bank. His final contribution to the seminar was [...]

How to Easily Put Up a Fence Around Your Home or Business

Placing a fence around your home or business has many advantages. A fence can be a great way to keep out criminals and burglars. It can also keep children or pets safe as well as maintain privacy from peering eyes. Fence companies offer many types of fences you can choose from. While many people get [...]

Installing Security Camera Systems for Business

A lot of business owners and managers don’t give much importance to installing a security camera systems for business within their premises. All too often they worry about incurring expenses. Instead, they make us of other security measures in order to protect their stock and also their staff. However, a CCTV system can definitely be [...]

The Important Roles of Accountants in Your Business

Running a business is not as easy as it seems. From the outside, it may look like you are doing a really good job keeping your company together, but your internal operations may be chaotic. One will realize that accounting truly is a big piece of work, especially when it comes to the accounting of [...]

ESPN Wireless Discrimination – Let This Business Model Bloom

The following statement may be attributed to Mike Wendy, Director of MediaFreedom.org: Alexandria, VA, May 10, 2013 – The Wall Street Journal reported today that sports programmer ESPN has taken an eye to subsidizing wireless data plans so that their users can watch, surf and play in unlimited fashion on their data-guzzling smartphones without running [...]

Business Journal: Free apps pose hidden privacy, security risks, Juniper study warns

Business Journal reports on a new study from Juniper Networks concerning privacy and security risks connected with free apps for mobile devices: Free mobile software apps are much more likely to pose data security and privacy risks to consumers and businesses than paid software, according to a new study of 1.7 million Android apps from [...]

‘Desperate’ search for online business media model, but what about public trust?

News organisations have mostly reacted defensively about media “regulation” but with little attention paid to public trust. Photo: TG ONLINE media business models will succeed only if news organisations put more effort into regaining public trust, says Pacific Journalism Review in its latest edition, reports Pacific Media Watch. In an issue devoted to the Leveson [...]

A Butler Is A Business Expense?

Scott Hennig, Albertan spokesman for the Canadian Taxpayers Association has the gory details on the Alberta Health Services spending scandal. This report aired on The Source August 10 2012. Ezra Levant

Minimising risks when Starting a Business

Lisa Rosen recently wrote an interesting guest blog post on Onstartups, which gave an insightful analysis into the benefits of starting your own business. She controversially states that not going into business and remaining at your day job, is actually more risky than the alternative. She hangs her article on a quote from Robert Gronock, [...]