The market welcomed statements from the US Federal Reserve and the RBA, but there isn't much to be happy about.
Managers are advised to be decisive. But sometimes the best thing to do is nothing, writes Jenny Stewart.
Uncertainty about energy prices and political dithering on company tax rates point to businesses waiting before investing heavily, while the shift to part-time employment continues in Australia, writes Richard Holden.
In its appointment of new president Grant King, the Business Council of Australia looks set to double down on its failed strategy instead of genuinely doing things differently, writes Lindy Edwards.
Trump's attacks on the Fed have raised questions about its independence, but there is more to good governance than that, writes Usman W. Chohan.
There is a growing gap between the community at large and big business that I believe can be reduced for the benefit of both, writes David Gonski.
A career in the business world can be a natural extension to the application of an engineering skill set, writes Tom Perfrement.
Bring on the Ideas Boom that recognises and rewards science and technology innovators for working hand-in-hand with business, write Emma Johnston and Kylie Walker.
Firms that are trying to branch out into new technology, while at the same time retaining traditional business, are facing similar problems to startups, writes Nick Wailes.
Research shows you could be laughing all the way to the bank if you embrace humour in your business.