China Telecom and members of the Business School's Discipline of Marketing will explore opportunities for joint research projects and training when they meet this week. More
Dr. Terry Beed, Honorary Associate Professor in the Discipline of Marketing calls for more transparency on privacy protection in Australia, and for Australians to better understand what becomes of their information or how organisations use it. More
Sydney Morning Herald
Staff Member: Terry Beed
Sydney Morning Herald has published an interview with Honorary Associate Professor Terry Beed, Business School, regarding the explosion in the amount of personal data being collected online.
The Borneo Insider
Staff Member: Ranjit Voola
The Borneo Insider has interviewed Dr Ranjit Voola, University of Sydney Business School, on his research into the potential for businesses to reap profits from microfinance projects in developing countries.
The Sunday Canberra Times
Staff Member: Paul Henry
The Sunday Canberra Times has interviewed Professor Paul Henry, Business School, on the dangers of using credit cards and getting into debt.
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“According to one recent report, in the next decade American colleges will mint 40,000 graduates with a bachelor's degree in computer science, though the U.S. economy is slated to create 120,000 computing jobs that require such degrees. You don't have to be a math major to do the math: That's three times as many jobs as we have people qualified to fill them.” – Kirk McDonald (Read more) Okay, ... Read More
European Union is already taking action to protect the personal data of their citizens. A proposed new data collection reform directly refers to the way companies are able to collect and use consumers’ personal information. With these protection rules to be elected by June this year, this new policy has become a highly controversial topic. EU officials believe that it could protect the ... Read More
There has been plenty of hype surrounding the potential of social media as a low-cost, high-impact promotional tool for business. Much of the social media hype has been fuelled by the various success stories, in particular the YouTube sensations that have generated millions of views from relatively low-cost production videos. A few of the classic examples in recent years include Blendtec, Old ... Read More