New rules will allow insolvent small businesses to keep trading rather than go straight into administration.
Customers can now change the way they do business with banks.
Customers who are angry are more likely to behave unethically, no matter how high the stakes, writes Nitika Garg.
Small businesses are important employers. But they pale in comparison to big business in the numbers of new jobs they've created in the past five years, writes Richard Holden.
If the commercialisation of university research works for Stanford University and MIT, then it can and should work in Canberra, writes Andrew Blyth.
The government's new Franchising Code of Conduct leaves many of the fundamental problems affecting franchisees unfixed, and is a lost opportunity for reform, writes Jenny Buchan.
Given the games that shopping centre landlords, franchisors and larger businesses can play, it's time small businesses had access to an independent commissioner in the ACT, writes Frank Zumbo.
We must be a lucky country if debate about a one percent company tax rate change dominates our headlines, writes Professor Robert Deutsch.
A UNSW academic will tell this week's ATAX 8th international tax administration conference that Australia needs simpler small business tax laws.