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Brisbane Times
Budget 2016: Treasurer Scott Morrison targets tax-dodging multinationals, offers relief for small businessby 2019-19 and then $100 million by 2019-20. Within a decade, all companies, i
Budget 2016: Treasurer Scott Morrison targets tax-dodging multinationals, offers relief for small business
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 hours ago
by 2019-19 and then $100 million by 2019-20. Within a decade, all companies, including market titans like Woolworths, Wesfarmers and BHP Billiton, will be paying 25¢ in the dollar under the enterprise plan. Australia has the seventh highest... Read more
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The Age
Budget 2016: Treasurer Scott Morrison targets tax-dodging multinationals, offers relief for small businessby 2019-19 and then $100 million by 2019-20. Within a decade, all companies, i
Budget 2016: Treasurer Scott Morrison targets tax-dodging multinationals, offers relief for small business
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
by 2019-19 and then $100 million by 2019-20. Within a decade, all companies, including market titans like Woolworths, Wesfarmers and BHP Billiton, will be paying 25¢ in the dollar under the enterprise plan. Australia has the seventh highest... Read more
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6h
Sydney Morning Herald
Budget 2016: Treasurer Scott Morrison targets tax-dodging multinationals, offers relief for small businessby 2019-19 and then $100 million by 2019-20. Within a decade, all companies, i
Budget 2016: Treasurer Scott Morrison targets tax-dodging multinationals, offers relief for small business
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
by 2019-19 and then $100 million by 2019-20. Within a decade, all companies, including market titans like Woolworths, Wesfarmers and BHP Billiton, will be paying 25¢ in the dollar under the enterprise plan. Australia has the seventh highest... Read more
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8h
Canberra Times
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buyingto bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buying
Canberra Times / Posted 8 hours ago
to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put on 0.1 per cent to $22.27 while competitor Wesfarmers edged up 1.1 per cent to $43.43. Online action sports retailer Surfstitch slumped 53.6 per cent to 48 cents after... Read more
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9h
Brisbane Times
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buyingto bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buying
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 hours ago
to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put on 0.1 per cent to $22.27 while competitor Wesfarmers edged up 1.1 per cent to $43.43. Online action sports retailer Surfstitch slumped 53.6 per cent to 48 cents after... Read more
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9h
The Age
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buyingto bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buying
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put on 0.1 per cent to $22.27 while competitor Wesfarmers edged up 1.1 per cent to $43.43. Online action sports retailer Surfstitch slumped 53.6 per cent to 48 cents after... Read more
29 related stories
9h
Sydney Morning Herald
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buyingto bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buying
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put on 0.1 per cent to $22.27 while competitor Wesfarmers edged up 1.1 per cent to $43.43. Online action sports retailer Surfstitch slumped 53.6 per cent to 48 cents after... Read more
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9h
WA Today
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buyingto bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put
ASX soars to 2016 high as rate cut triggers wave of buying
WA Today / Posted 9 hours ago
to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Woolworths put on 0.1 per cent to $22.27 while competitor Wesfarmers edged up 1.1 per cent to $43.43. Online action sports retailer Surfstitch slumped 53.6 per cent to 48 cents after... Read more
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11h
Brisbane Times
Wesfarmers resources boss Stewart Butel to retireWesfarmers' struggling resources business is set to lose its longstanding manag
Wesfarmers resources boss Stewart Butel to retire
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Wesfarmers' struggling resources business is set to lose its longstanding managing director Stewart Butel, who will retire in July after a decade in the role. Mr Butel has been with Wesfarmers since 2000 and has led the conglomerate's resources... Read more
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11h
The Age
Wesfarmers resources boss Stewart Butel to retireWesfarmers Industrials division MD Rob Scott says market conditions "continue t
Wesfarmers resources boss Stewart Butel to retire
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
Wesfarmers Industrials division MD Rob Scott says market conditions "continue to be challenging". Photo: Natalie Boog Wesfarmers' struggling resources business is set to lose its longstanding managing director Stewart Butel, who will retire in July... Read more
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11h
Sydney Morning Herald
Wesfarmers' resources business suffers first loss in 16 yearsWesfarmers' resources division has posted its first loss since it bought Currag
Wesfarmers' resources business suffers first loss in 16 years
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
Wesfarmers' resources division has posted its first loss since it bought Curragh Coal in 2000. Photo: Darren Pateman Wesfarmers chief executive Richard Goyder says it is unlikely the Perth-based conglomerate will offload its struggling resources... Read more
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11h
Sydney Morning Herald
Wesfarmers resources boss Stewart Butel to retireWesfarmers Industrials division MD Rob Scott says market conditions "continue t
Wesfarmers resources boss Stewart Butel to retire
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
Wesfarmers Industrials division MD Rob Scott says market conditions "continue to be challenging". Photo: Natalie Boog Wesfarmers' struggling resources business is set to lose its longstanding managing director Stewart Butel, who will retire in July... Read more
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11h
Sky News Australia
Wesfarmers coal boss to call it a dayWesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has headed its re
Wesfarmers coal boss to call it a day
Sky News Australia / Posted 11 hours ago
Wesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has headed its resources division for 10 years. Mr Butel will retire at the end of July, supporting a smooth leadership transition in the resources business, which includes Wesfarmers'... Read more
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13h
Herald Sun
Wesfarmers coal boss to call it a dayAfter heading Wesfarmers' resources division for a decade Stewart Butel is reti
Wesfarmers coal boss to call it a day
Herald Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
After heading Wesfarmers' resources division for a decade Stewart Butel is retiring. Wesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has headed its resources division for 10 years. Mr Butel will retire at the end of July, supporting a... Read more
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13h
Herald Sun
Stocks to watchhas unveiled a 2.83 carat oval shaped diamond, its largest violet diamond from
Stocks to watch
Herald Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
has unveiled a 2.83 carat oval shaped diamond, its largest violet diamond from its Argyle mine in Western Australia. WES - WESFARMERS - down 24.00 cents, or 0.56 per cent, at $42.72 Wesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has... Read more
13h
The Courier Mail
Wesfarmers coal boss to call it a dayAfter heading Wesfarmers' resources division for a decade Stewart Butel is reti
Wesfarmers coal boss to call it a day
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
After heading Wesfarmers' resources division for a decade Stewart Butel is retiring. Wesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has headed its resources division for 10 years. Mr Butel will retire at the end of July, supporting a... Read more
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13h
The Courier Mail
Stocks to watchhas unveiled a 2.83 carat oval shaped diamond, its largest violet diamond from
Stocks to watch
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
has unveiled a 2.83 carat oval shaped diamond, its largest violet diamond from its Argyle mine in Western Australia. WES - WESFARMERS - down 24.00 cents, or 0.56 per cent, at $42.72 Wesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has... Read more
14h
Brisbane Times
Wesfarmers coal boss Stewart Butel to retireWesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has headed its re
Wesfarmers coal boss Stewart Butel to retire
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 hours ago
Wesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has headed its resources division for 10 years. Mr Butel will retire at the end of July, supporting a smooth leadership transition in the resources business, which includes Wesfarmers'... Read more
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14h
The Age
Wesfarmers coal boss Stewart Butel to retireWesfarmers CEO Richard Goyder said Stewart Butel made a "significant" contribut
Wesfarmers coal boss Stewart Butel to retire
The Age / Posted 14 hours ago
Wesfarmers CEO Richard Goyder said Stewart Butel made a "significant" contribution to sealing the acquisition of Coles. Photo: Philip Gostelow Wesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has headed its resources division for 10... Read more
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14h
Sydney Morning Herald
Wesfarmers coal boss Stewart Butel to retireWesfarmers CEO Richard Goyder said Stewart Butel made a "significant" contribut
Wesfarmers coal boss Stewart Butel to retire
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
Wesfarmers CEO Richard Goyder said Stewart Butel made a "significant" contribution to sealing the acquisition of Coles. Photo: Philip Gostelow Wesfarmers has announced the retirement of Stewart Butel, who has headed its resources division for 10... Read more
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16h
WA Today
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yetmight have to spend more to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarke
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yet
WA Today / Posted 16 hours ago
might have to spend more to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Food and liquor sales at the Wesfarmers' owned Coles chain jumped 5.9 per cent in the third quarter, with the chain calling out a record number of... Read more
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16h
Canberra Times
Coles, Bunnings and Kmart lift Wesfarmers retail sales 5.6pcWesfarmers has underlined the challenge ahead for Woolworths by delivering anot
Coles, Bunnings and Kmart lift Wesfarmers retail sales 5.6pc
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
Wesfarmers has underlined the challenge ahead for Woolworths by delivering another quarter of strong sales growth at Coles, Kmart and Bunnings and by finally reversing declines in its liquor business. Coles sank another $150 million during the March... Read more
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16h
Canberra Times
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yetmight have to spend more to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarke
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yet
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
might have to spend more to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Food and liquor sales at the Wesfarmers' owned Coles chain jumped 5.9 per cent in the third quarter, with the chain calling out a record number of... Read more
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17h
Brisbane Times
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yetwe are on the right track," Woolworths chief executive Brad Banducci. Photo: Lo
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yet
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 hours ago
we are on the right track," Woolworths chief executive Brad Banducci. Photo: Louie Douvis Food and liquor sales at the Wesfarmers' owned Coles chain jumped 5.9 per cent in the third quarter, with the chain calling out a record number of... Read more
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17h
The Age
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yetmight have to spend more to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarke
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yet
The Age / Posted 17 hours ago
might have to spend more to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Food and liquor sales at the Wesfarmers' owned Coles chain jumped 5.9 per cent in the third quarter, with the chain calling out a record number of... Read more
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17h
Sydney Morning Herald
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yetmight have to spend more to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarke
New dawn for Woolworths not paying off yet
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
might have to spend more to bring the shoppers back to the embattled supermarket brand. Food and liquor sales at the Wesfarmers' owned Coles chain jumped by 5.9 per cent in the third quarter, with the chain calling out a record number of... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
IAG/State Insurance Wins 2015 Roger Awardbad as other employers.“Sue Bradford – Bunnings must clearly be held to account
IAG/State Insurance Wins 2015 Roger Award
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
bad as other employers.“Sue Bradford – Bunnings must clearly be held to account for the attempts by its Australian owners Wesfarmers to maximise profits by attacking the right of its workers to have some control over the time they can spend with... Read more
2d
WA Today
Aldi set to enter the liquor war in WAjust under $4 at many of Aldi's east coast stores, and pay only $29 for a 30-ca
Aldi set to enter the liquor war in WA
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
just under $4 at many of Aldi's east coast stores, and pay only $29 for a 30-can carton of beer. And with Woolworths and Wesfarmers (Coles) already involved in ongoing price wars, MCAAY fears a third player could push the price of alcohol even... Read more
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iTWire
Campos Coffee on the boil with Dropbox Businesshas positioned itself as a serious player in the enterprise IT space, gaining t
Campos Coffee on the boil with Dropbox Business
iTWire / Posted 3 days ago
has positioned itself as a serious player in the enterprise IT space, gaining traction in the market with companies such as Wesfarmers, Unilever, Bauer Media and Servcorp embracing Dropbox Business for benefits such as simple collaboration, robust... Read more
4d
Canberra Times
Bonds future bright under foreign ownershipsynergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scal
Bonds future bright under foreign ownership
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
synergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scale was the logic underpinning the merger of Wesfarmers' Kmart and Target operations. He said Australia's discount department store and department store sectors were... Read more
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4d
Canberra Times
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group saleit sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there we
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group sale
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
it sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there were higher offers put forward by the likes of Wesfarmers and Incitec. Further, why did they sell it to Apache when Apache was in the process of suing Burrup (its customer... Read more
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4d
Brisbane Times
Bonds future bright under foreign ownershipsynergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scal
Bonds future bright under foreign ownership
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
synergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scale was the logic underpinning the merger of Wesfarmers' Kmart and Target operations. He said Australia's discount department store and department store sectors were... Read more
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4d
Brisbane Times
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group saleit sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there we
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group sale
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
it sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there were higher offers put forward by the likes of Wesfarmers and Incitec. Further, why did they sell it to Apache when Apache was in the process of suing Burrup (its customer... Read more
4 related stories
4d
Sydney Morning Herald
Bonds future bright under foreign ownershipsynergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scal
Bonds future bright under foreign ownership
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
synergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scale was the logic underpinning the merger of Wesfarmers' Kmart and Target operations. He said Australia's discount department store and department store sectors were... Read more
4 related stories
4d
WA Today
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group saleit sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there we
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group sale
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
it sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there were higher offers put forward by the likes of Wesfarmers and Incitec. Further, why did they sell it to Apache when Apache was in the process of suing Burrup (its customer... Read more
4 related stories
4d
WA Today
Bonds future bright under foreign ownershipsynergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scal
Bonds future bright under foreign ownership
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
synergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scale was the logic underpinning the merger of Wesfarmers' Kmart and Target operations. He said Australia's discount department store and department store sectors were... Read more
4 related stories
4d
The Age
Bonds future bright under foreign ownershipsynergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scal
Bonds future bright under foreign ownership
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
synergies worth more than $40 million. Mr Cousins said the drive to build scale was the logic underpinning the merger of Wesfarmers' Kmart and Target operations. He said Australia's discount department store and department store sectors were... Read more
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4d
The Age
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group saleit sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there we
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group sale
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
it sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there were higher offers put forward by the likes of Wesfarmers and Incitec. Further, why did they sell it to Apache when Apache was in the process of suing Burrup (its customer... Read more
4 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group saleit sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there we
Lawyers, travel bans and money in action over fertilizer group sale
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
it sold Burrup to its major supplier, US gas giant Apache Energy, when there were higher offers put forward by the likes of Wesfarmers and Incitec. Further, why did they sell it to Apache when Apache was in the process of suing Burrup (its customer... Read more
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5d
Investors Chronicle
Home Retail carve-up serves shareholders wellof the year as multiple suitors came forward, ready to gobble up the group. Its
Home Retail carve-up serves shareholders well
Investors Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
of the year as multiple suitors came forward, ready to gobble up the group. Its Homebase brand was sold to Australian buyer Wesfarmers for £340m just before the end of the reported period. In early April, the group agreed to sell what remains -... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Argos owner in £804m loss after payout for takeoverfor the acquisition of the remaining group, principally Argos." The group sold
Argos owner in £804m loss after payout for takeover
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
for the acquisition of the remaining group, principally Argos." The group sold Homebase to Australian retail giant Wesfarmers for £340m in January. Earlier this month, it emerged that the massive £340m deal to sell Homebase was recorded as... Read more
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5d
WA Today
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointmentthe news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquo
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointment
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
the news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquor business may soon be spun off. Main rival Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed slightly higher at 0.9 per cent to $42.68. Telstra Corporation closed up 0.9 per cent at... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointmentthe news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquo
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointment
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
the news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquor business may soon be spun off. Main rival Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed slightly higher at 0.9 per cent to $42.68. Telstra Corporation closed up 0.9 per cent at... Read more
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5d
Brisbane Times
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointmentthe news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquo
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointment
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
the news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquor business may soon be spun off. Main rival Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed slightly higher at 0.9 per cent to $42.68. Telstra Corporation closed up 0.9 per cent at... Read more
10 related stories
5d
The Age
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointmentthe news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquo
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointment
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
the news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquor business may soon be spun off. Main rival Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed slightly higher at 0.9 per cent to $42.68. Telstra Corporation closed up 0.9 per cent at... Read more
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5d
Sydney Morning Herald
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointmentthe news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquo
ASX shrugs off BoJ stimulus disappointment
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
the news as positive, speculation continues around whether the prosperous liquor business may soon be spun off. Main rival Wesfarmers, owner of Coles, closed slightly higher at 0.9 per cent to $42.68. Telstra Corporation closed up 0.9 per cent at... Read more
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6d
thebee
Argos Owner Reports 28% Fall In Annual Profitand Markets Authority (CMA). Finance director Richard Ashton said it did not e
Argos Owner Reports 28% Fall In Annual Profit
thebee / Posted 6 days ago
and Markets Authority (CMA). Finance director Richard Ashton said it did not expect to hear from the regulator until August. Like-for-like sales at DIY chain Homebase – which the group has now sold to Australia’s Wesfarmers for £340m – rose by 5.... Read more
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Bolton News
Argos's owner hit by £852m charge after Sainsbury's takeoverhave completed the sale of Homebase and recommended to shareholders the offer f
Argos's owner hit by £852m charge after Sainsbury's takeover
Bolton News / Posted 6 days ago
have completed the sale of Homebase and recommended to shareholders the offer from J Sainsbury for the acquisition of the remaining group, principally Argos." The group sold Homebase to Australian retail giant Wesfarmers for £340 million in Janu... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Argos's owner hit by £852m charge after Sainsbury's takeoverhave completed the sale of Homebase and recommended to shareholders the offer f
Argos's owner hit by £852m charge after Sainsbury's takeover
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
have completed the sale of Homebase and recommended to shareholders the offer from J Sainsbury for the acquisition of the remaining group, principally Argos." The group sold Homebase to Australian retail giant Wesfarmers for £340 million in Janu... Read more
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6d
Wandsworth Guardian
Argos's owner hit by £852m charge after Sainsbury's takeoverhave completed the sale of Homebase and recommended to shareholders the offer f
Argos's owner hit by £852m charge after Sainsbury's takeover
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
have completed the sale of Homebase and recommended to shareholders the offer from J Sainsbury for the acquisition of the remaining group, principally Argos." The group sold Homebase to Australian retail giant Wesfarmers for £340 million in Janu... Read more
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