A new survey shows that 13 per cent of Australian employers are planning "above average" layoffs between now and March of next year.
Postmates, a San Francisco start-up, found itself in hot water when the offending email accidentally landed in a customer's inbox.
The company has apologised for the ad for Flora margarine that likened coming out of the closet to shooting your dad in the heart.
Workers in 60 American cities including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Detroit, Milwaukee and Indianapolis, have joined the fight for $15 an hour wage.
Naked Juice, a beverage company owned by Pepsi Co, will pay out $10 million in claims.
Falling house and share prices is telling on Australians with new data bringing to light the disparities in the net wealth of nation’s households.
London student lodges a complaint after seeing a receipt on which customers were referred to as 'f***ers'.
The bank says it is resolving the issue, which has persisted for six hours.
Sonny Dickson, an iOS developer from Melbourne, reveals news and photos straight from internal sources.
China Labor Watch report says Pegatron employees are subject to 11-hour shifts, six days a week, for $1.63 an hour.
Victoria Police are searching for a male offender who contacts posters on the website's 'wanted' section.
BRW’s Rich Families list has revealed that Australia’s cashed-up clans have retained their long-held positions as the country’s richest.
From July 1, 2014, Australia’s carbon price will be the same as in 31 other nations covering a population of more than 500 million people.