Internet Australia has taken up the “good debt, bad debt” pre-budget debate sparked by the Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison, with IA chair Anne Hurley calling on both the government and the opposition to ensure that funding going to the National Broadband Network is good debt.
Coalition government ministers have made brave noises about seeking damages from IBM over the census fiasco, but such attempts are unlikely to succeed, according to a long-time watcher of the company.
Australia could become the FinTech Hub of Asia within years if the Federal Government proceeds with its range of reforms announced by the Treasurer Scott Morrison today, according to EFTPOS payments provider Tyro.
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