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I’m currently in the process of creating my first website. The website will focus on tourism in Australia and compare companies that offer similar products. Am I breaking any laws by writing about these companies? For example, if three different tour companies are offering wine tours in the same region, can I write about the prices, the wineries each company visits, the length of the tour and any other information I consider relevant? I intend to write the comparisons in a non-biased manner and will link directly to each company’s website.
Yesterday, we told you that NASA’s special Mars announcement would be worth staying up for and boy, did they deliver — not only was flowing water all but confirmed, but the prospect of preexisting life on Mars is no longer science fiction. If you missed the live stream, here are the key points you’ll need to bluff your through office conversations.
Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson is renowned for his unconventional approach to business, which he credits as one of the key ingredients to his success. So it’s no surprise that his favourite interview question would be one that strays from the norm.