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All it Took Was One Taste, and Now This Former Designer Is Living a Booze Industry Dream

Tom Baker co-founded coffee liqueur maker Mr. Black, which is now sold nationally in Australia and the U.K. and parts of the U.S.

Alphabet Is Working With an Australian Company to Deliver Burritos by Drone

Project Wing falls under Division X of Alphabet's holding company dedicated to so-called 'moonshot' projects.

Sarah Kimmorley

Why Indian Students Continue to Choose Australia to Pursue Higher Studies

Some Australian universities offer scholarships exclusively for pupils from the country

Tesla Is Making the World's Largest Lithium Ion Battery for Australia

Elon Musk offered to fix South Australia's power problem in 100 days. Australia decided to let him try.

Volvo's Self-Driving Cars Confused by Kangaroos in Australia

Volvo's self-driving cars use the ground as a reference point for distance, and the kangaroo's hopping makes it hard to determine how far away they are.

#5 Ways This Company Is Helping Indian Entrepreneurs Scale In Australia

The company focuses on the wealth management of family offices in Australia.

Sanchita Dash

Australia's Tech Boom-erang

New tax rebates and a highly skilled workforce have made Australia the Oz for tech startups.

AJ Agrawal

Craig Wright Will Not Give Further Evidence He's Bitcoin's Creator

'I do not have the courage. I cannot,' Wright wrote in a blog post.

Reuters

Australian Man Tells BBC He Created Bitcoin, Skepticism Remains

Tech entrepreneur Craig Wright told the news organization that he is the man behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.

Reuters

Palestinian Entrepreneurs In Australia Hit The Sweet Spot With Knafeh

Palestinian siblings Ameer and Joey El-issa, popularly known as "The Bearded Bakers" in Australian food circles, decided to launch Knafeh Bakery in October 2014 in Sydney.

Why the Most American Fast-Food Chain Is Using Australia as Its Testing Ground

Australia is succeeding with a 'very un-McDonald's' approach to fast food.

Kate Taylor

Unfriending a Colleague on Facebook Now Constitutes Workplace Bullying in Australia

Australia's Fair Work Commission ruled that a boss who unfriended her colleague was acting unreasonably.

Geoff Weiss