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TMZ - famous for its massive scoops - has been sold to none other than Aussie billionaire Rupert Murdoch's Fox Entertainment.
Flo is a women's health tech app that helps women track their fertility window. It's now valued at a whopping US$800 million. Yeah the girls.
Who Gives A Crap is the Aussie toilet paper start-up that launched back in 2012. But they're not your run of the mill 3-ply toilet papers, Flux fam
We all know LinkedIn as the social media site targeted at professionals. Now, they're looking to grow their content with a US$25 mil creator fund.
Aussie buy now, pay later company Zip Co is using Bitcoin to step out of the saturated BNPL market...and into financial services.
Bye-bye Photoshop - you're a nightmare. We said catchya to Microsoft Paint in year 3. Now, it's hello Canva.
Every month, the ABS releases stats on the labour force. But what does it all actually mean?
McDonald's might be the home of the golden arches...but they've broken the golden rules.
If you think you're savage when it comes to Monopoly...the Chinese Government is taking things to a whole new level.
It's Mr Steal Your Merchant, and he's equipped with a new POS system that could pose a threat to Shopify's customers.
Disney has promised to give the rest of their film releases this year a proper go at the box office.
Epic Games takes on Apple in a Battle Royale over the App Store's in-app purchase policy.
The tensions between big banks and the cryptocurrency industry are getting more heated than a Geordie Shore ep.
Get ready to be creeped out, Flux fam. Facebook's just launched their new smart glasses...
Uh oh... media outlets are now responsible for the comments on their corporate social media pages.
Iconic Aussie brewer Stone & Wood has been bought by Lion, in a deal worth over $300 million.
When we talk about a company's value, we often refer to its market cap. Enterprise value is a 'lil different.
You know what we need? More news sites. Thankfully, Microsoft is on it.
Coinbase has been trying to launch Coinbase Lend...but regulators aren't happy about it.
Uber's Australian boss has called the country's electric vehicle rollout 'a mess'.
The Zuck never sleeps, does he? Novi and Diem could be hitting (the App) stores soon.
Thanks to forward-thinking President and crypto fan Nayib Bukele, El Salvadorans will be able to pay with Bitcoin.
Kylie Jenner announces her pregnancy, and Microsoft announces a new acquisition. Obviously PR people just don't communicate anymore.
PayPal could be launching a product into a pretty crowded space...but with 400 million customers, the odds are in their favour.
The German luxury car manufacturer has revealed a whole lineup of cars ahead of its plans to go electrify its fleet by 2022.
Foxtel's finally entering the 21st century with its new iQ5 cordless set top box.
Allbirds is loved my celebs and tech bros alike, and it claims its IPO will be the "first sustainable public equity offering".
ResMed, who are to thank for stopping your dad snoring the house down, are in hot water over their AirSense10.
Qantas' Loyalty business was its profit puppy pre-COVID. And now it's back.
Well, well, well. If it isn't Mastercard wanting to get in on Australia's new open banking regime.
Good news for Olivia Rodrigo: she won't need a physical licence anymore.
The RBA has got mad FOMO about cryptocurrency, and it reckons it could save them a lot of cash.
If you want something done right, get the private sector to do it.
Apple wants your blood...pressure. Yep, according to the tech company, "the future of health is on your wrist".
A multibillion-dollar company and a billionaire walk into a bar. Then fight it out for a nickel miner.
Tumbling straight from the Olympics...into the crypto market.
The hard seltzer train is leaving the station, but not before Coke jumps on.
Thanks to saving lives with its Covid vaccine, Pfizer's become a household name. And that's good for business.
GDP gets thrown around by finance experts, news reporters and the RBA - but what does it actually mean?
Need a couple staff members for a new feature? No probs, just buy a company.
Square and Afterpay, Zip and Quadpay...The BNPL sector is piping hot.
Webjet has tested positive for cashflow thanks to a new and improved post-COVID strategy.
We love a puppy filter on Snap, and Pokémon Go was bloody brilliant. Now, TikTok is doing AR too.
Aussie billionaire James Packer's baby is having a tough time.
Gone is the one-night-stand. Adore Beauty's in it for life.
Strap yourselves in, Flux Fam. We're headed to the metaverse.
A red flag bigger than when your mate's new BF doesn't have Instagram.
BWX is the fairy godmother to Go-To's Cinderella, helping them get to the ball (aka, go international).
It's the duo we didn't know we needed, but won't be able to live without.
You know the ol' saying. When one door closes, another $2 billion one opens.
A2's special A1-less milk used to be a hot commodity in China. Now, not so much. TY COVID.
Young Aussies love a no-frills brand, and AHM is paying dividends for Medibank.
Coles are motivating themselves to reach sustainability targets. And what's more motivating than money, honey?
Protests are in, hate raids are out. Take that, Twitches.
Prep your wallets for, New Zealand. Click Frenzy is coming across the ditch.
BHP ain't a straight-A student in the S&P's eyes anymore.
It's a merger and acquisition party, and everyone's invited.
They're the fastest-scaling hospitality company in the world.
And they can thank their omni-channel model for that...Plus a COVID-induced homewares buying spree.
Synergy might be the biggest buzz word in the corporate world, but we bet TPG and Vodafone are loving it.
Don't mess with UniSuper's big climate plans. But is divesting the way to go?
What Facebook wants, Facebook tends to get. But US regulators aren't happy about it.
Looks like autopilot mode ain't so auto after all. Did some say exaggeration?
Would you pay $2,500 for a bottle of Penfolds Grange? Me neither.
Renewables = good news for the environment. Bad news for Origin.
Sex sells. Or does it? In the case of the App and Google Play store...Not quite.
It's all about the money, money, money. Not the BNPL battle.
Having too many subscriptions is a peak millennial problem - and Optus is here to solve it.
Steal from the rich, give to the poor. But don't give too much.
A red-hot property market spells good news for the guys at Domain.
Snap stories, YouTube shorts, Insta reels…6-sec vids are just all the rage.
No open stores? No worries. JB Hi-Fi has smashed the last 12 months despite nation-wide lockdowns.
Turns out being cashed up isn't just a good look to other investors - it's great for business growth.
Rihanna is the definition of a girlboss, and you bet she's winning
After a rocky year News Corp had an incredible quarter - but where is the revenue coming from?
Enough with the tiny portions, WW. Get with the times - sheesh!
TikTok has introduced a few new features to protect minors, and also make the app less addictive (good luck).
And it's all thanks to a little something called private labelling.
Ever wanted to sue your boss? Well Scarlett Johansson is doing just that!
Comm Bank is not happy with Apple but what has caused this rift?
CNN has announced a new streaming service with a very 'creative' name
Coles has axed one of its most successful marketing campaigns to become more sustainable
Apple has decided it's time to get involved in the popular, but heavily saturated BNPL market
Sydney Airport has rejected a monster $22bn bid from a group of investors.
Your favourite German car manufacturers have been up to some naughty naughty things
Functional training gym F45 is about to launch its IPO and has the backing of global celebs
Can you imagine a busier week than receiving a record fine and launching your IPO? Robinhood can
Australian brand Honey Birdette has been acquired by Playboy
How did Microsoft join the likes of Apple and Saudi Aramco as a $2 Trillion company?
See how a company started in a Queensland garage became the latest Aussie to reach 'unicorn' status
Coles is spending big to improve the business for the future - see how it could help you
Netflix is cashing in, launching an all new online store with all your fav TV shows
Paypal's launch of credit card seems strange - here's why it makes sense
Etsy still cool... here's why this acquisition makes sense
Are the Kings of DIY looking to level up on professional hardware?