Stories by Julia Talevski

How much do Aussie tech start-ups pay staff?

The amount of capital that a start-up raises has a major impact on the types of roles hired and the salary packages on offer, according to a guide.

Written by Julia Talevski03 Oct. 18 08:45

NBN Co doubles transit network capacity

​The company building the national broadband network NBN Co has flicked the switch on a major upgrade to double bandwidth capacity along its 60,000km fibre optic backbone.

Written by Julia Talevski25 Sept. 18 09:31

Pat Gelsinger: Security is broken

The security market is broken because ‘the industry got it wrong’ when consistently trying to bolt-on protection to technologies and solutions.

Written by Julia Talevski29 Aug. 18 07:00

CSG net profit sinks $150M into the red

​CSG has revealed its revenue for the 2018 financial year has fallen eight per cent to $225.7 million while its statutory net loss after tax reached $150.1 million.

Written by Julia Talevski21 Aug. 18 11:11

Telstra's earnings and net profit take a hit

Challenging market dynamics created by the NBN rollout and increasing mobile competition have impacted Telstra’s earnings and net profit.

Written by Julia Talevski16 Aug. 18 09:28

Telstra to slash up to 8000 jobs

Telecommunications giant, Telstra has revealed it will slash up to 8000 jobs as part of a strategic review titled ‘Telstra2022.’

Written by Julia Talevski20 June 18 08:55

Dick Smith enters liquidation

​In a bid to recoup some of the $260 million owed, creditors have voted in favour of putting Dick Smith into liquidation.

Written by Julia Talevski26 July 16 09:21