An Australian expert has raised some ideas for the Federal Government, which may stop billions of dollars in company profits leaving the country untaxed.

The people behind the AdviserRatings website say most of the political wrangling about financial advice reforms has gone totally over the heads of the general public.

The latest Goldman Sachs investor survey has found a habit among local retail investors that could put them in a place of risk.

Macquarie University’s Graduate School of Management has been ranked Australia’s leading MBA school by the Financial Times.

As China’s building boom slows, many are looking at mounds of local government debt for answers.

The Federal Labor Party says itThere are claims that the looming workplace review will create a class of US-style working poor. fears the looming workplace review will create a class of US-style working poor.

Australia’s top national science agencies say looming climate change will hit the nation hard, and the chance to do anything about it is slipping away.

The shadow assistant treasurer has taken up the push to tax tech companies, and warned of some dangers in the new digital economy.

The Productivity Commission has hinted that default funds under modern awards will not be included into its inquiry into Workplace Relations Framework, much to the chagrin of some financial services lobby groups.

The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) says technology may be the best fix for Australian financial services.

The Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) has again demanded access to metadata to track down insider traders and white-collar criminals.

The Federal Government has put reforms on the agenda that already have unions on the defensive.

One of Australia’s major banks will employ at least 400 indigenous Australians in a big hiring push over the next few years.

The US state of New York has made one of the most bold investments in internet infrastructure of recent times – pledging to get speeds of at least 100 Mbps to almost every resident.

The Palmer United Party has launched its QLD election campaign with a promise abolish payroll tax, which it says will kick-start work and economic development.

The ACCC is taking a deep look at Woodside Petroleum’s $US2.75 billion buy-out of LNG assets from a US energy firm, acting on concerns that the deal was designed to lift gas prices.

A former investment advisor in the US has been sentenced to prison for saving all the good deals for himself, while dumping poor trades on his clients.

The Financial Services Council (FSC) wants the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) to pull its finger out.

Changes could be on the way that will allow Australian start-ups to hire more staff and better compete with the big players in their fields.

It appears that the idea of retiring to a life of inactivity is disappearing, as older workers chop and change late in their careers.

Hello and welcome back to CareerSpot News for 2015, faithful readers.

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