ABC Four Corners
Staff Member: Teresa Davis
ABC Four Corners interviewed Associate Professor Teresa Davis from the Business School about marketing of fast foods to young people.
Staff Member: Ranjit Voola
Associate Professor Ranjit Voola's unit titled Poverty and Profitability was profiled in the Financial Times, Masters in Management Supplement.
Staff Member: Marylouise Caldwell
Radio Adelaide's The Wire interviews Associate Professor Marylouise Caldwell about the launch of the new iPhone 6 and why being the first to own it gives you social status.
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Apparently, the airlines in Australia are avoiding confrontation; with both small regional and international markets, they sort of have to if they want to survive. What’s even more surprising than the major Qantas cuts from earlier this year, is that Qantas has finally admitted that it can’t exactly continue to keep claiming its prestige over Virgin Australia or blow their sales away, according ... Read More
The hype surrounding the launch of a new Apple product is usually unprecedented, but for the first time in a long time there has been a much slower build-up towards the launch of one of its products. Although the technology giant unveiled the ‘Apple Watch’ back in September, it won’t actually be made available for purchase until early next year, and since the initial announcement, only small ... Read More
Advertising on social media platforms has been a highly contested topic of conversation for some time now, and one that continues to gain momentum as the business model of these companies evolves. Going through my Instagram feed earlier this week, I came across a post from Instagram’s Instagram account (a mouthful, I know) explaining the upcoming changes to the social media platform’s operations ... Read More