Having raised $225 in funding, UiPath aims to automate the lives of a billion users. CEO Andrew Phillips chats next steps, and how AI could improve the lives of Aussies everywhere.
The agricultural sector requires more innovation to ensure that it has clean access to water all year round. Bridge Hub's founder Craig Shapiro joins us to tell us how he is commercialising research in the sector.
One hour every weekday dedicated to Australia & NZ's startup ecosystem. This episode features Ben Chong, Hai Tran, Elicia McDonald, Sam Jockel, Justin Wastnage, Michael Tan and Anshul Jain and Matthew Stead.
We're living in a crowded planet with limited resources. Companies have to pitch in and maintain these resources, going beyond profit. Phil Preston, founder of Profit with Purpose tells us more.
A source close to the matter says that's because 15,000 Delta employees have expressed interest in early buyout packages.
Huon Hoogesteger, MD at Smart Commercial Solar tells ausbiz about the new deal his small solar company just brokered with an Australian consumer staples icon.
Mark Moreland from TeamInvest and Gary Glover from Novus Capital go in-depth and stock-specific. The stock of the day is Pushpay Holdings (PPH).
Paul Bloxham of HSBC gives his take on the economic recovery and the economic effects of this second wave and lockdown.
Bob Sahota of Revolution Asset Management talks about Australia's love affair with equities while explaining the role private debt can play in a strong portfolio.
Don Holdsworth from Alpin Advisory warns business owners to not waste the crisis, giving ausbiz his top tips for surviving and thriving the pandemic.
Alistair Mills from Betashares talks about the huge first half of ETF volumes and what this could mean for the second half of the year.
Fiona Simson, President of the National Farmers' Federation joins ausbiz to chat about the "wishlist" she's prepared for the government as rural Australia continues to struggle through the effects of the pandemic and bushfires.
Matt Barrie tells ausbiz the Escrow.com business is taking advantage of COVID supply disruption, with the Freelancer.com business also benefiting from an uptick in side hustles and WFH.
Charles Clack from Rabobank previews the agri-commodity space given the change in weather patterns this year - especially how one la niña could cause serious price pressure in addition to the effects of the coronavirus.
Adam Brimo, CEO of OpenLearning talks to ausbiz about the company's latest deal with Open Universities Australia plus why business is booming despite the coronavirus.
Alex Pikoulas of Lipman Burgon gives his take on why he thinks the market isn't reacting greatly to the second wave plus what investors could learn from top performing fund managers right now.
Andrew Foot of Fignition talks about the balance between the dynamic of Growth vs Value, and Tech vs Financials globally. The question is, will markets lose their balance?
14 Jul 2020 - Whitehaven Coal (ASX:WHC) achieved financial year 2020 guidance with managed Run of Mine coal production of 20.6 million tonnes.
14 Jul 2020 - Centuria Capital Group (ASX:CNI) has received a nod for its bid for New-Zealand-based property manager.Augusta Capital.
Frazis Capital Partners' Michael Frazis lists down some reasons why blue skies are in for SelfWealth and how it'll remain a strong competitor. In dealing with these volatile markets, it's all about following the innovators.
George Boubouras from K2 Asset Management says underlying economy and sentiment has recovered but will remain fragile until year end
James Swerling from AFEX takes us through the currency moves overnight.
Alistair Shultz from ACY Securities gives us his take on what he's expecting in the markets as COVID-19 concerns rise.
Andrew Wielandt from DP Wealth Advisory joins ausbiz to discuss the sectors that will be hit the hardest if this resurgence of COVID-19 cases continue.
Barry Dawes from Martin Place Securities joins ausbiz to discuss the gold plays as gold holds yet again above US$1800 an ounce.
Markets continue to be controlled by virus news as California is back on lockdown. IG Markets' Kyle Rodda says expect a contrast to what we've seen previously over the next couple of days.
James Gerrish from Shaw and Partners takes us through the day's opening calls as the local market is set to open lower tracking falls on Wall Street.
Wedbush Securities' Daniel Ives sees Apple's market value hitting 2 trillion as the market heads into a super cycle.
There's a ton of optimism that markets will go back to normal in FY21, but all the uncertainty in between has investors anxious as we head into earnings season. Oanda's Ed Moya gives an outlook on Wall St given trade tensions, elections and more.
14 Jul 2020 - Following a mixed close from US markets overnight, the ASX looks set to open lower this morning. Investors in China were not perturbed by a rise in coronavirus cases as shares in Asia jumped yesterday. Coronavirus infections past 13 ...
US markets took a breather, with the NASDAQ hitting a record before closing down 2%; SPI futures point to a soft open for the ASX. We'll be watching for a pullback in BNPLs...
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq ended lower on Monday, pulled down by recent big-name leaders of Wall Street's recent rally. As Fred Katayama reports, selling accelerated after California's governor ordered a massive retrenchment of the state’s reopening
The Shanghai Composite has soared 15% this month, but Invesco's Kristina Hooper says it's not too late to get exposure to Chinese stocks. She tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that they're the "stars" of the emerging market world.
Tesla cut the price of its sport utility vehicle Model Y by $3,000, just four months after its launch, as the U.S. electric carmaker seeks to maintain sales momentum in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Concern about poor working conditions in the meat industry after repeated coronavirus outbreaks at slaughterhouses may speed up a trend to opt for higher-priced, better quality meat and vegetarian and vegan substitutes.
Pfizer Inc and partner BioNTech SE said on Monday two of their experimental coronavirus vaccines received 'fast track' designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, speeding up the regulatory review process. Jillian Kitchener has more.
Google plans its biggest investment yet in India, saying it will spend $10 bln there over the next few years.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to ban Huawei from Britain's 5G network in a landmark decision that will anger Beijing but win plaudits from President Donald Trump as the United States grapples with China's rising economic and technological clout
Alibaba Group co-founder Jack Ma has cut his stake in the company over the past year to 4.8% from 6.2%, cashing out around $8.2 billion at its current share price, the firm's annual filing released on Friday showed. Ciara Lee reports
Global stocks rose Monday ahead of quarterly earnings season in the U.S. and Europe. Traders bet the numbers will show firms starting to recover from the worst of the slump.
The Star Entertainment Group (ASX:SGR) confirms COVID-19 positive patron: Aus shares close 0.98% hig
13 Jul 2020 - The Australian share market rose at the open and closed 0.98 per cent up at the end of today’s trade. The Star Entertainment Group (ASX:SGR) has confirmed a patron who visited The Star Sydney has returned a positive test for COVID-19.
ASPI's Malcolm Davis asks why China might enjoy another four years of Trump in the Oval Office?
The virus was never too far and as we head back in, Senior Economist at St George, Janu Chan says be prepared for a whole new shape of recovery to appear
As earning season approaches - and COVID-19 lingers - Josh Gilbert from eToro asks just how much Netflix can we watch?
Tony Morriss from Bank of America tells ausbiz we’re now looking at a much more extended impact on the economy due to Melbourne's lockdown. The lockdown will pressure the government to announce additional support measures.
Kapstream's Steve Goldman says given the threat of further lockdowns bond investors need to hold short-dated securities so when they mature you are ready with cash to pounce on new deals.
One hour every weekday dedicated to Australia & NZ's startup ecosystem. This episode features Nicole Dyson, Gordon Renouf, Matt Vitale, Steve Torso, Gavin Appel and Sally-Ann Williams.
Pete Wargent of AllenWargent tells ausbiz that the uncertainty caused by the second round of lockdowns is providing far more uncertainty and that even raising the GST rate could give much needed life to the property market.