Newspaper

Facebook Twitter
melbourne

Geelong Local News, Sport & National News - The Geelong Adve
PEAK accounting body CPA Australia wants to increase pathways into the profession and the universities are not happy. But while this looks like an arcane argument over accreditation, it involves broader questions of how national qualifications are assessed in a global education market and whether people will always pay for an expensive education when lower-cost options are on offer. At the heart of the dispute between CPA and the Accounting and Finance Association, representing trans-Tasman academics, is the professional body's plan to offer its own study material and exams designed to assess an individual's technical knowledge, gained on the job or through study. Accounting changes add up to turf war Accounting changes add up to turf war
Newstext : login

Asia

"I think the typical German structure would suit the Co-op very well: a professional board for the operations and a supervisory board sitting on top which ensures the core values are retained. I must admit to concern that the people in power appear to have little idea how quickly their whole organisation might fall apart under the perception of poor management and governance."By RABLondon on The Co-op: caught in a time warp Asia
Business Spectator
The Reckoning - Pressured to Take More Risk, Fannie Reached Tipp
The New York Times François Sinzikiramuka, perpetrator (left); Christophe Karorero, survivor. Jean Pierre Karenzi, perpetrator (left); Viviane Nyiramana, survivor. Godefroid Mudaheranwa, perpetrator (left); Evasta Mukanyandwi, survivor. Juvenal Nzabamwita, perpetrator (right); Cansilde Kampundu, survivor.

The New York Times

The Australian, News from Australia's National Newspaper

EXCLUSIVE Hockey sets hard line on handouts DAVID CROWE TAXPAYER subsidies will not be paid to struggling companies that fail to fix their problems under a hardline edict from Joe Hockey. EXCLUSIVE Trucks may be tracked for fees ANNABEL HEPWORTH THE nation's 548,000 trucks could be required to install GPS devices so they could be charged for the distance they travelled and the roads they used. Trade deals to spur jobs growth: Robb 10:27AM Geoff Elliott THE US could miss out in the emerging trade and growth story in Asia and would benefit from new regional trade deals, says the Abbott government. The Australian, News from Australia's National Newspaper
Trading Room
Bloomberg.com
Morningstar Australia