Silvija Martincevic grew up in Croatia. Her truck driver father and her shoemaker mother sent her to the US with $400 in her pocket. Fast-forward to 2021, and Martincevic would lead the US buy now, pay later fintech, Affirm, to its US$24 billion IPO. After a six-month career hiatus, she joined the Australian HR software platform, Deputy, as CEO.
Uptake of generative artificial intelligence (AI) amongst office workers might be increasing, but women don’t trust it, new research from Salesforce shows.
‘We lost everything’: Inside Kikki.K’s collapse – and how its founder is plotting her next multimillion-dollar business
Kristina Karlsson was 22 when she borrowed $3,000 from her partner, Paul, to launch iconic stationery brand, Kikki.K. But decades later, Karlsson faced every entrepreneur’s nightmare when Kikki.K entered administration not once, but twice
Woolworths boss Brad Banducci will step down from his role in September, after eight-and-a-half years in the job.
Hatch has closed an oversubscribed seed round to scale its AI-powered jobs marketplace aimed at Gen Z.
Kristo Käärmann launched Wise (formerly TransferWise) back in 2011 with the aim of helping users move cash around the world – without the marked-up fees charged by banks. Since then, the company has gone on to process more than $48 billion in cross-border payments and save customers more than $2.9 billion
This billionaire is bringing his $17bn HR firm to Australia – after SVB’s collapse threatened to upend them
Parker Conrad is bringing Rippling, his US$11.25 billion work management platform to Australia, nearly a year after Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse forced the business to liquidate $130 million to process its customers’ payrolls.
While many of us were stockpiling toilet paper in 2020, Jaimee Lupton was busy developing a product to disrupt the shelves of Coles and Woolworths. What she launched would go on to be coined liquid gold – and is on track to bring in $300 million in retail sales this year.
In a two-hour interview with ex-Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson, Russian President Vladimir Putin says Tesla founder Elon Musk can’t be stopped.
After remaining invite-only since its launch in 2023, Jack Dorsey’s social media platform, Bluesky, is open to the public.