ONE of Australia's best-known businessmen is being sued for more than $5 million over claims he unlawfully conspired to get rid of the head of his British operation.
ONE of Australia's best-known businessmen is being sued for more than $5 million over claims that he unlawfully conspired to get rid of the head of his British operation.
FRANCHISEES must in future be presented with plain-English documents that set out clearly their rights and responsibilities under changes intended to clean up the notoriously conflict-ridden sector.
MR Rental Wollongong franchisees Jeff Wood and Debra Siozos are basking in the limelight of the Mr Rental network recently being named Australia's Emerging Franchise System of the Year.
IT HAD aimed to have 30 franchisees within a year. But Techontap International, which launched in 2004 offering telecommunications services to small businesses, is now the subject of an insolvent trading action by the corporate watchdog. Former Techontap executive chairman Graeme Jeffrey Boorer