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BMO Global Asset Management Australia Hires Intermediary Sales Director
BMO Global Asset Management announced today that it has added a key new hire to its Australian office, with Michael Angwin joining as Director, Intermediary Sales.

HootSuite Exceeds 9 Million Users, Adds 186 new Enterprise Customers and Expands Product Offering in Record Q1
HootSuite, the world's most widely used social relationship platform, had a record quarter landing 186 new enterprise customers and growing its App Directory to over 90+ integrations since its launch in late 2011

Steve Moule Named President of Gilbarco North America
Steve Moule has been named President of Gilbarco North America. Steve reports to Martin Gafinowitz, Danaher Senior Vice President and Group Executive for Gilbarco Veeder-Root.

Oz women suffering from 'Desperate Housewives Syndrome'
Australian women are suffering from an eating disorder in middle age, dubbed as 'Desperate Housewives Syndrome', which is driven by the desire to look as thin as celebrities in TV shows.

Active older adults less likely to experience functional limitations
Older adults who experienced any level of psychological distress were more than four times more likely to experience functional limitation than those who did not, researchers from Australia have found.

Even trees can suffer jetlag
Trees have biological clocks and can be affected by jetlag just as humans, a new study has revealed.

How child-mom bond gets stronger with soulful lullabies
A new research has suggested that babies do not care what their mothers sing or how bad their voices are, as long as they perform it with soul.

Working Aussie women refusing to share workload at home
Working women in Australia are refusing to share household chores because they think they do a better job, according to a new survey.

Online study killing university life Down Under
A survey of academics in Australia has found that the push towards web-based learning at universities has halved student attendance rates in some courses and dramatically increased working hours for lecturers.

How alcohol industry sponsorship ups hazardous drinking in athletes
A new research has provided evidence that alcohol industry sponsorship is associated with more hazardous drinking in sportspeople compared to non-alcohol sponsorship.

Indian websites doing Oz students' homework for $2
Cheating seems to be getting advanced with Oz students outsourcing essays to foreign sweatshops to get their work done at cheaper rates.

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