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PR is rarely life-or-death – but when it is you’ll be glad you were prepared

Volkswagen’s (mis)management of its product recalls internationally, and its clumsy response to the fallout from the inquest into the death of a Melbourne driver – this is the stuff that keeps public relations practitioners awake at night.

The Big Short: finance 101

Something got me re-interested in finance. Before Leonardo DiCaprio. It was The Big Short by Michael Lewis.

How do I make my website pop?

If you’re not online then you’re missing out on revenue. If you are online, then here are a few golden rules to follow to ensure your website is the best it can be.

Latest news from BT

Want to feel more in control about your financial future? According to the BT Australian Financial Health Index, the answer may be to consider life insurance.

Move over nostalgic summer memories

It’s safe to say I’m a summer girl through and through, but alas, summer dreams need to be stored in the happy memory box for another few months, and with them, replace images of furry winter coats and capes, and time spent next to weekend fire places sipping mulled wine.

I don’t know how she does it

My children are number one. No questions asked. However, something twigged when my husband said to me recently: "there's other things I want to do with my life in addition to raising children." Hmmm.. me too! Sleep in!
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Kickstart your social media presence

Social media has had a profound impact on business, from its beginnings when Friendster and MySpace launched a decade ago, to date.

The Wolf of Wall Street: an ethics lesson?

If someone were to play you in a movie, who would you like that to be? For the boys, you’d probably take it as a compliment if the king of the world played you.
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Channel your inner Tom Ford

Personal style allows you to transform perceptions and define individuality, and what better way to tell the world who you are (or who you want to be) than with the right kind of first impression?

The student doth protest not enough

The Government's plan to reduce university funding by $2 billion has been met by criticism from the universities themselves and academics. But wherefore art thou, student protesters?