Thursday, 04 December 2008 11:54
The board of financial software and services company MYOB is maintaining its opposition to the bid made by US-Australian takeover vehicle Manhattan Software. "The offer is neither fair nor reasonable," said MYOB's chairman.
Published in Listed Tech
Friday, 28 November 2008 08:50
With many believing Telstra is set to win the National Broadband Network (NBN) tender, come what may, Telstra’s David Quilty is going out on an all-out attack on Singtel Optus, questioning its “$10 billion funding hole” and labelling it a “sub-prime NBN bidder”.
Published in Strategy
Friday, 28 November 2008 05:47
In a move that signals a return of MYOB to its core operations, the accounting software company has divested itself of its US business and pulled out of China after a fruitless three years. MYOB has sold its US operations including the development of its Mac accounting software to its local distributor, Acclivity.
Published in Development