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Musk accused of dancing to Beijing’s tune to build Tesla

Musk accused of dancing to Beijing’s tune to build Tesla

China has helped the firm rise up the global ranks but could become a brake on growth.

  • by James Titcomb

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Inside Australia’s growing pirate electric car market

Inside Australia’s growing pirate electric car market

With little government support and no second-hand market, a growing cottage industry is providing Australians with the cheap clean cars of the future.

  • by Nick O'Malley
The ‘next big thing’ in computing: Why you should care about ‘Web 3.0’

The ‘next big thing’ in computing: Why you should care about ‘Web 3.0’

With 13 generations of iPhones behind us and Moore’s Law starting to break down, venture capitalists have spent recent years scratching their heads about what comes next.

  • by John Henderson
‘Desperate to find answers’: Hospitality sector turns to apps for help

‘Desperate to find answers’: Hospitality sector turns to apps for help

me&u, Sample and FoodByUs are just three of a growing cohort of tech players helping Australia’s hospitality industry find its feet again.

  • by Jessica Yun
Farquhar on Atlassian’s WFH push and why forcing staff back to the office ‘is a 1950s version of reality’

Farquhar on Atlassian’s WFH push and why forcing staff back to the office ‘is a 1950s version of reality’

In this episode of Futurepreneur, Scott Farquhar talks to John McDuling about the future of work and Atlassian’s policy requiring staff in the office only four times a year.

  • by Amelia McGuire
Space tourist billionaire to hand out cash while orbiting Earth

Space tourist billionaire to hand out cash while orbiting Earth

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, who regularly gives out money on Twitter to attract followers, is planning to do the same from space.

  • by Shiho Takezawa and Blake Schmidt
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‘Be prepared for the unexpected’: pivoting as a retail startup

‘Be prepared for the unexpected’: pivoting as a retail startup

What initially began as a side hustle for Alyce Tran quickly turned into a multimillion dollar venture.

  • by Amelia McGuire
‘Straight from the heart’: Mantra of the accidental entrepreneur

‘Straight from the heart’: Mantra of the accidental entrepreneur

Entrepreneur, philanthropist and wellness advocate Elain Younn started multiple businesses and organisations - by pure accident.

  • by Jessica Yun
Tech upgrade on the cards for Australian clinical trials

Tech upgrade on the cards for Australian clinical trials

Biotechs have backed suggestions to streamline the recruitment of trial patients and make it easier to monitor their progress.

  • by Emma Koehn
‘It pays to be conservative sometimes’: How Shameless Media keeps the lights on

‘It pays to be conservative sometimes’: How Shameless Media keeps the lights on

In this episode of Futurepreneur, Michelle Andrews and Zara McDonald join Zoe Samios to delve into the costs that come with going out on your own and how to stay afloat without compromising your business model.

  • by Amelia McGuire
How blockchain’s ‘inherent security’ protects Powerledger

How blockchain’s ‘inherent security’ protects Powerledger

In this episode of Futurepreneur, Powerledger co-founder and chairman Dr Jemma Green joins business reporter Dominic Powell to explore how to manage cybersecurity.

  • by Amelia McGuire