Taking on Facebook and Google: Corporate regulator lays out tough stance
The ACCC is applying “intense focus” to the digital economy amid fast growth of digital players and unlawful practices which harm consumers, it was revealed at our roundtable with present and past ACCC chairs.
Monash Business School students partner with industry to tackle textile waste
Our accounting students are helping divert up to two tonnes of textiles from landfill, with the help of one of Australia's circular fashion movement leaders.
Our new podcast helps school students make the leap to uni life
We’re helping young people navigate one of the most challenging life transitions – moving from high school to university – in our new podcast, ‘What I wish I knew about studying business’.
Our students tackle sustainable energy challenge as part of new UN partnership
Monash Business School students are taking on one of the most complex issues of our age – how nations can transition to sustainable energy.
'Preparing me for the real world': Innovative role-play labs a hit with students
Monash Business School Marketing students are learning to enter high-stakes sales and job interviews with confidence, thanks to the introduction of innovative sales role-play labs.
Measuring what matters: Commercialisation success for accounting framework
A groundbreaking framework developed by Monash Business School which helps mutual enterprises define their true value has been rolled out as a commercial venture.
Monash Open Day is back in business, in person
Monash University Open Day is back in business on-campus, with tens of thousands of people flocking to the university's Caulfield, Clayton and Peninsula campuses over the weekend.
Katrina Johnson: What NAIDOC Week means to me
This NAIDOC Week, our Senior Lecturer, Master of Indigenous Business Leadership, Katrina Johnson has shared a deeply personal story about a powerful family legacy that shaped multiple generations.