Brazilian soap operas are wildly popular in Portuguese-speaking Angola, influencing women's fashion and creating a business opportunity for thousands of Angolan female entrepreneurs.
The underground market for software vulnerabilities has been growing steadily since the 1990s, so the latest WannaCry could be a sign of things to come.
Australia has so far declined China’s offer to formally link the Northern Australia project to OBOR. But it risks losing out on trade and investment if the government doesn't take a stronger approach.
A 10% reduction in gender income inequality can boost labour productivity by up to 3%, new analysis finds.
As the cost of renewable energy falls, funding a new mine is a risky investment.
Many brands, particularly those from countries associated with poor production quality, attempt to disguise their origins.
Elements of the condition are well suited to getting on with business.
A decline in union membership has left a void to be filled by a more chaotic movement - alt-unionism.
The company tax cut may signal to the world that Australia wants to be competitive on corporate tax, but it won't make much of a difference to our largest businesses and multinationals.
Economists struggle to agree on when and where housing bubbles occur, but bubbles all have similar characterisitics.
Even though the setup of the Indian Adani Group draws scrutiny in developed countries like Australia, it's common and makes sense in the context of emerging markets like India.
Expect more deals as low-cost options derail the investment industry's business model.
Uproar from businesses in the South East disguises a complex picture with the financial crisis at its heart.
Research demonstrates the younger generation do see the older generation as competitors but we can change this adversarial relationship in the workplace.
Face Value analyses the sentiment of business leaders in ASX top 100 companies and for 2017 it seems positive, although sometimes highly opinionated.
The takeover of GM's European brands has historic parallels – and implications for both Europe and the US.
The public debate about Chinese corporations investing in Australia is spurred by several misleading ideas about the control of the Chinese government and its intervention with private businesses.
Every new batch of bees needs the equivalent of eight hectares of lavender fields to prosper.
Scientists' success in producing synthetic vanilla flavouring means it is used 99% of the time. So why does the price of genuine beans keep rising?
Whether it's our inboxes and calendars or how companies are structured, we're obsessed with making things orderly. But research suggests it's time to break free.