The founders of online retailer, Kogan.com, have "reluctantly" unloaded $42 million worth of the company's shares just a week after they tried to sell an even bigger tranche, an event that led to the share price falling.
Online discounter Kogan has exceeded $200 million in half-year revenue for the six months to the end of December, and now claims 1.16 million active customers, an addition of 366,000 customers over one year.
Clever countermover Kogan is always outmanoeuvering competitors, with his latest cunning stunt a countenancing face-off that makes Kogan's 16GB-laden and best unlimited mobile plan free, for 30 days - but only for 96 hours.
Not really Sam. We are a long way from out of these woods. A workable contact tracing app would be[…]
One would think it's a little too late in the day for that.
Sorry, didn't note initially that you mentioned _state-owned_. In that case, the only private company is Huawei but who would[…]
You are spot on, mate.
I don't always agree with you Sam, but I respect your fervour, and I particularly like this vicious literary gem:[…]