Launching a technology work experience program for girls as part of a new “STEM commitment”, Westpac technologist Anastasia Cammaroto says breaking down stereotypes needs to “start young”.
We’ve made substantial progress since 2008 in reaching the 30 per cent target for women on boards, but there’s still a long way to go, especially outside the ASX 200.
At a Westpac hackathon event in Sydney, IBM’s Asia Pacific head Harriet Green says businesses must up their focus on cyber risk and diversity to navigate a world producing “brontobytes” of data.
A recent trip to the US shows the feared destruction of banks by fintechs isn’t occurring as predicted by some as partnerships take hold and some big banks even get ahead.
Law student Louis Bridle is taking part in a new program aiming to address a growing challenge: how can the legal profession adjust to new ways of working and technological change.
From IT businesses to job platforms, it seems teenage-founded start-ups are on the rise as barriers to entry fall, suggesting you’re never too young to start a business.
The esoteric world of “quantum computing” is becoming a mainstream reality businesses must consider as the technology speeds up AI advances and cyber risks, a panel of industry leaders said.
We support The Productivity Commission’s key draft recommendation and believe the report provides an opportunity to transform the superannuation industry that shouldn’t be wasted.
A digital start-up for school leavers has added “fin lit” to its platform to help the growing number of young people feeling unequipped to make sound financial decisions.
As an SMSF user for some years, the recent news they can be expensive hardly knocked me off my chair. And costs are not the whole story.