Business & Law

What happens to debt when you die?

Nothing is certain except for death and taxes. And even after death, taxes are one of the first liabilities to be paid off, but what about the rest of your debts?

Understanding what a customer wants across multiple touchpoints is essential for any business in the retail industry.

To fully engage with customers, online retailers have to bring the human touch of an in-store experience to online shopping.

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Releasing prisoners will protect community, says a UNSW Professor of Criminology.

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The federal government’s temporary relief measures for business require care, says a UNSW Business School Law Professor. 

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Other stakeholders need a seat at this table to decide matters of social equity and competitive significance.

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Scientia Professor and Dean of UNSW Law, George Williams discusses many of the legal issues surrounding the Government and individuals during a pandemic.

A mother and child wear face masks during the COVID-19 outbreak.

We need to adopt a child-centred approach in this pandemic in order to reduce trauma levels.

Leading a virtual team

With organisations fast-tracking work from home for many employees as a result of COVID-19, there are 10 steps leaders can adopt to significantly improve their leadership skills in managing virtual teams.

Volatility in stock markets has increased dramatically thanks to the fear being whipped up around COVID-19.

Volatility in stock markets has increased dramatically thanks to the fear around COVID-19. Investors should therefore consider these three questions to get a better grip of the situation, says a UNSW expert.

Katie Page, CEO of Harvey Norman, at UNSW's Meet the CEO event.

To be ahead of the current retail downturn, it is important to invest in your people, tap into emerging markets and build your flagship strategy, says Harvey Norman CEO Katie Page.

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