P2P Transport's latest acquisition secures its leading taxi advertising position

P2P Transport's latest acquisition secures its leading taxi advertising position

Taxi and ride-share vehicle management business P2P Transport (ASX: P2P) has completed its latest acquisition, establishing the company as Australia's largest taxi advertising network. The company has acquired Nonstop Media, a national provider of "static backs" which are attached to the read of taxis and act as a platform f...

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SumoSalad back in the ring with plans for THR1VE merger

SumoSalad back in the ring with plans for THR1VE merger

Within months of struggling through the toils of voluntary administration, food chain SumoSalad looks set to merge with another company that has fallen on hard times. Led by co-founder Luke Baylis as its company director, SumoSalad has signed a heads of agreement to explore the creation of a leading "house of wellness brands&quo...

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Hey, sole sister! Synxsole springs to life with Chemist Warehouse, Amazon

Hey, sole sister! Synxsole springs to life with Chemist Warehouse, Amazon

Correction: The original version of this article described Rachael Ferguson as the only founder of the business, but it was actually co-founded with Marie Ishak-Lewis who continues to be a silent partner in the business.  Frustrated by orthotics that fit poorly into fashion shoes and sports boots, podiatrist Rachael Ferguson (pi...

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Lottery operator Jumbo Interactive cashes in on large jackpots

Lottery operator Jumbo Interactive cashes in on large jackpots

Shares in online lottery operator Jumbo Interactive (ASX: JIN) have surged nearly eight percent after it released a trading update which forecast a rise in first half profit of more than double the previous period. The trading update for the half year to December 31, 2018, forecasts net profit after tax (NPAT) of $11.8 million which is a ...

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IOOF shares in freefall as APRA looks to ban five senior executives

IOOF shares in freefall as APRA looks to ban five senior executives

The prudential regulator has begun legal action to disqualify five senior IOOF employees from running a superannuation fund for failing to act in their members' interest, as ANZ flagged it would now reconsider its sale of its OnePath Pensions business to the wealth manager. APRA on Friday also revealed it was seeking to impose additio...

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