BRISBANE RACES TO THE TOP IN FERRARI'S BOOKS

FERRARI has officially roared into Newstead, with already strong sales from a local clientele that has placed Brisbane as the fastest growing market for the luxury Italian brand in Australia.

Auto baron Martin Roller is behind the wheel of Ferrari's new standalone Brisbane showroom, set across 550sqm on the corner of Breakfast Creek Road ...

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CHINESE BUYER SNARES CHELSEA CENTRE FOR $8.3M

LASCORP Development Group continues to cash in on a growing investor appetite for retail assets, selling the Chelsea Beach Arcade to an offshore Chinese investor for $8.3 million. The deal, struck at a passing yield of 6.3 per cent, follows the retail developer's sale earlier this year of Woolworths Culburra Beach for $9.4 million on ...

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TAXPAYERS LOSE BILLIONS TO OUTDATED THINKING

SPENDING on transport infrastructure in Australia could be earning taxpayers more bang for their buck, but billions are being lost to outdated thinking, says a new report. The report commissioned by Consult Australia and AECOM says the 'value capture' approach used for years in the UK, US and Canada is the innovation that needs to...

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WHY COWORKING IS BETTER THAN CUBICLES

COWORKING trumps cubicles in serviced offices every time. When the word 'coworking' was coined way back in 1999, little did people know how popular this style of working would become. Really, its popularity has grown due to the truly unique experience it offers workers. Couple this with the fact you can't reproduce the...

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STAGNATION FEARS AS BOARDS BURIED IN PROTOCOL

RULES and regulations are at the forefront of the board members' minds as growth management and company strategy take a back-seat, a new study has found. Deloitte's fifth Directors' Cut survey revealed 67 per cent of CEOs and board chairs believe company regulation is increasing, with 65 per cent agreeing that business may be ...

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