Thursday, November 5, 2015

Fraudsters attack ATO at least 11,000 times in one year

6 November 2015
The Sydney Morning Herald
Fraudsters attack ATO at least 11,000 times in one year

The ATO has been targeted more than 11,000 times by identity fraudsters attempting to steal tax refunds in 14-15.

Newly returned chief executive Jack Dorsey has made some positive commitments, but a lack of diversity runs deep at Twitter, former employee says.
Another top Twitter employee quits over lack of diversity

Striking lack of 'diversity of thought, conversation, and people' in the ranks of Twitter, outgoing engineering manager says.

Larry Page, co-founder of Google.
Google co-founder Larry Page discusses new Alphabet structure

In a rare public appearance, Google co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page explained why he was spurred to create a whole new structure for the company he created with Sergey Brin almost two decades ago.

NSW Premier Mike Baird (right) and Planning Minister Rob Stokes at the former industrial site at White Bay.
Consultation matters as states go head-to-head to become start-up capital

While those involved in consultation with the Queensland and Victorian government have welcomed the open dialogue on innovation, their NSW counterparts have expressed frustration at being ignored over big decisions.

Freelancer chief executive Matt Barrie warns start-ups not to lose control of their own company.
Stop raising money from VCs, Freelancer CEO Matt Barrie warns start-ups

Start-up founders are losing control when they give into VC funding, said CEO Matt Barrie in his SydStart keynote last week.

Greens industry spokesman Senator Nick McKim is concerned that technology start-ups are
Greens take aim at Turnbull government's Entrepreneurs Program

The Greens have congratulated Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for placing innovation high on the government's agenda but have voiced concerns over its Entrepreneurs Program.

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