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Cuts in oil production by the OPEC cartel and other big producers, combined with a pick-up in global fuel demand, led to higher petrol prices in Australia’s five largest capital cities in the March 2021 quarter, according to the latest petrol monitoring report from the ACCC.

Published in Market

Founded in 2012, Globalization Partners offers a global expansion platform that makes expanding business and hiring talent from across the planet a fast and easy process, which in the post COVID world of 2021 is more important than ever.

Published in Business IT

Google's chief economist Dr Hal Varian is of the opinion that his employer should not pay "excessive" tax on its Australian revenue because this money is derived due to its "intellectual capital" which mostly resides in California.

Published in Open Sauce
Friday, 01 September 2017 08:31

France seeks US$715m in back-taxes from Microsoft

France has asked Microsoft to pay €600 million (US$715 million) in what it claims are back-taxes owed by the American software giant for billing local customers from Ireland.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Microsoft has used regional sales units in Ireland, Singapore and Puerto Rico to build up a cash stash of US$108 billion outside the US, according to court papers that have emerged during a case between the software giant and the US Internal Revenue Service.

Published in Strategy

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) wants taxpayers to use its newly launched myDeductions online tool for logging receipts when doing their tax returns.

Published in Market

Australian-owned digital business consulting and technology company, DB Results, has secured a contract to implement a new revenue collection and concession payments platform for the ACT Government.

Published in Deals
Monday, 20 July 2015 05:54

Hockey moves closer to online taxes

Treasurer Joe Hockey has given a further signal that Australian will soon be paying GST on goods and services purchased online from overseas.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Online buyers of goods from overseas could be hit with price hikes of 250% if the federal government reduces the low-value threshold of the goods, according to consumer advocacy group Choice.

Published in Strategy

Apple has shocked iPhone and iPad users on April Fool's Day but this is no joke - the company is raising the prices of its Australian App Store due to "changes in foreign exchange rates."

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 10:58

Nokia and Microsoft deal hits delay

The much talked about deal between Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia and Microsoft has been delayed, and will now close in April if all goes according to plan.

Published in Deals

Politicians never see themselves as part of the problem, only ever as part of the solution, but does their closeness to events make them blind to consequences of their own actions?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Federal Labor MP Ed Husic has asked Apple why its prices are higher in Australia, but he doesn't seem to realise Australian Government policies and the higher cost of doing business in Australia is the extremely obvious answer.

Published in Fuzzy Logic




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