11 document(s) in Industry.
Struggling industry gets $7 billion aid
Manufacturers are receiving more government assistance than any other sector in Australia, with more than $7 billion spent on helping the struggling industry in the past financial year.
The Age 12/06/2013
Technology future looking bright for Geelong
As Geelong digested news of yet another tranche of blue-collar jobs losses, local technology firms say the area is quietly turning itself into a modest high-tech hub. Sylvia Pennington reports.
Sydney Morning Herald 28/05/2013
Technology outsourcing 'will continue to increase'
Australian organisations are set to continue outsourcing more of their technology infrastructure and software applications according to new research.
Sydney Morning Herald 30/04/2013
Exodus sign of standoff
SEOUL: South Korea is to pull out its last remaining workers from a factory zone in North Korea that has been a rare symbol of cross-border co-operation but is now crippled by the standoff on the Korean peninsula.
Newcastle Herald 30/04/2013
US gun buyers beat checks and no laws broken
The line stretched down the footpath along College Park's Main Street.
The Age 18/04/2013
Google seeks to settle antitrust probe
San Francisco: Google has offered to change how it operates in a bid to settle a three-year European Union antitrust investigation into whether it discriminates against rivals, a person familiar with the matter said. Google submitted a final package of commitments to the European Commission aimed at creating more distinction in internet searches between Google's own services and those of its competitors. It also proposed to offer links to rival search engines, the person said.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/04/2013
Loans tougher for industries seen at risk
Banks pass on a relatively small share of rate cuts to borrowers.
The Age 25/03/2013
Extreme weather threat to industry
Increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather events resulting from global warming are likely to threaten some of Australia's key industries, according to a report using ANU research.
The Age 25/03/2013
Trust key to beat toxicity with industry, community
WHEN Kurt Heidecker began working in Gladstone in 2009 he was shocked by the strife between industry and the community.
Illawarra Mercury 23/10/2012
Index show positive sign
AUSTRALIA'S services sector continued to contract in June but much slower than in previous months, a sign the struggling industry may have turned a corner.
Newcastle Herald 05/07/2012