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Week in review: This week’s dynamic news

This was a very big week in small business news. CBA felt it was punished enough, Woolworths is facing a class action on downgrade, Dynamic Business launched a new podcast series and Aidan Clarke provided insight on his Melbourne based apparel brand.

Dynamic Business picked the top headlines of the past week.

No $8m fine for CBA but it felt punished 

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia could have faced $8 million in fines for misleading advertising but felt a $300,000 community benefit payment was punishment enough.

Woolworths is facing a potential class action

Woolworths is facing a potential $100 million class action launched on behalf of investors whose shares lost value following a shock 2015 profit downgrade by the supermarket giant.

Dynamic Business launches new podcast series

We were lucky enough to have a chat with GO1 co-founder Vu Tran about mental health and his experience being both a doctor and a startup founder.

Aidan Clarke: From neckties to apparel 

Aidan Clarke is the Co-founder and CEO of Melbourne based apparel brand SA1NT and is the founder of successful athletic apparel brand 2XU. You could say that Clarke is really making his mark in the apparel space.

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Gali Blacher

Gali Blacher

Gali Blacher, editor, Dynamic Business

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