Foxtel has a new chairman with Telstra appointing one of its senior executives to the role to replace the pay TV operator’s retiring chairman, Bruce Akhurst.
Sensis has launched what it calls a 'bounty' program aimed at challenging developers, entrepreneurs and designers to create an application, website, widget or program to help survive a 'zombie onslaught', and it's putting up a so-called bounty of $2,500 to the competitor who can demonstrate integration, innovation and quality in the design and build of an application and show how their concept makes the most of the content and functionality of its business search application, SAPI.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.