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The Age
ASIC Ironman Greg Medcraft has proved a hard act to follow of the global governing body for corporate regulators – the International Organ
The Age / Posted 21 minutes ago
of the global governing body for corporate regulators – the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO). Telstra chairman John Mullen lamented "many sleepless nights". Photo: AAP CBD's main takeaway from Telstra's annual... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASIC Ironman Greg Medcraft has proved a hard act to follow of the global governing body for corporate regulators – the International Organ
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 minutes ago
of the global governing body for corporate regulators – the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO). Telstra chairman John Mullen lamented "many sleepless nights". Photo: AAP CBD's main takeaway from Telstra's annual... Read more
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Motley Fool
Want solid income? Try these sharesThe average portfolio of an investor looking for income will likely consist of
Motley Fool / Posted 55 minutes ago
The average portfolio of an investor looking for income will likely consist of Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS), Wesfarmers Ltd (ASX: WES), Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) and perhaps the other big four banks as well. The problem with... Read more
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WA Today
ASIC Ironman Greg Medcraft has proved a hard act to followbody for corporate regulators – the International Organisation of Securities Co
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
body for corporate regulators – the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO). CBD's main takeaway from Telstra's annual shareholder meeting is that the drastic cut to the dividend was nothing more than an attempt to divert... Read more
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CNET
Love photos? The Pixel 2 is the best Android phone for youand sale date Pixel 2 preorders start on Oct. 20 in Australia. The phone will
CNET / Posted an hour ago
and sale date Pixel 2 preorders start on Oct. 20 in Australia. The phone will be available through the Google Store, Telstra and JB Hi-Fi. The Pixel 2 comes in three colors: Kinda Blue, Just Black and Clearly White, and costs AU$1,079 (64GB)... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Barton’s budget balances as SA’s top businesswomanwho launched her MyBudget financial services firm in 1999, ultimately prevailed
Adelaide Now / Posted an hour ago
who launched her MyBudget financial services firm in 1999, ultimately prevailed in the top award to be named the 2017 Telstra Business Woman of the Year at an event at Adelaide Oval. In the process, the 39-year-old became the first two-time... Read more
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Herald Sun
Perfect solution to NBN woesabout my completely reasonable 0.4mbps speeds on my new NBN service. “Since th
Herald Sun / Posted an hour ago
about my completely reasonable 0.4mbps speeds on my new NBN service. “Since then you have been tirelessly working with Telstra to find the problem but as it turns out there is none! Completely my fault it appears. My expectations were too... Read more
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Herald Sun
Not happy, NBN: complaints soarSouth Australia had the greatest rise in reports, at 51 per cent, followed by W
Herald Sun / Posted an hour ago
South Australia had the greatest rise in reports, at 51 per cent, followed by Western Australia, at 49 per cent.media_cameraTelstra attracted the greatest number of complaints to the TIO, and complaints about the telco rose 43 per cent. Picture: AAP... Read more
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News.com.au
Not happy, NBN: complaints soarbut South Australia had the greatest rise in reports, at 51 per cent, followed
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
but South Australia had the greatest rise in reports, at 51 per cent, followed by Western Australia, at 49 per cent. Telstra attracted the greatest number of complaints to the TIO, and complaints about the telco rose 43 per cent. Picture: AAP... Read more
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News.com.au
Barton’s budget balances as SA’s top businesswomanTammy Barton, founder of MyBudget, has been named the 2017 Telstra Business Wom
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
Tammy Barton, founder of MyBudget, has been named the 2017 Telstra Business Woman of the Year for the second time. Picture: Keryn Stevens Source:News Corp Australia FINANCE expert Tammy Barton was doing the numbers on Tuesday night when the gong of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Not happy, NBN: complaints soarSouth Australia had the greatest rise in reports, at 51 per cent, followed by W
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 hours ago
South Australia had the greatest rise in reports, at 51 per cent, followed by Western Australia, at 49 per cent.media_cameraTelstra attracted the greatest number of complaints to the TIO, and complaints about the telco rose 43 per cent. Picture: AAP... Read more
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Canberra Times
Excess data fees almost double as Aussies go mobiledata faster than ever while consuming bandwidth-heavy services such as video on
Canberra Times / Posted 4 hours ago
data faster than ever while consuming bandwidth-heavy services such as video on demand. Australia's three major telcos – Telstra, Optus and Vodafone – continue to upgrade their networks and extend their 4G LTE coverage, as well as selling... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Just terrible' - great grandmother's blunt message for Telstra boardMarie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-te
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Marie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-term shareholder was at the telco giant's annual general meeting on Tuesday to make plain her displeasure at the performance of the company. "This is just terrible. I am... Read more
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Canberra Times
Telstra dividend cut 'tough' on shareholders, 'sleepless' nights for board: chairman John MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen has acknowledged that the end of Telstra's policy
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen has acknowledged that the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends is tough on shareholders but said he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX rises 0.7pc as momentum buildswork in opposite directions, but the overall optimism is strong enough to drive
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
work in opposite directions, but the overall optimism is strong enough to drive them together now," Mr Gerrish said. Telstra re-confirmed its financial year 2018 guidance at its AGM on Tuesday, though this failed to materially inspire... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Telstra prepare for TPG mobile battleTelstra says competition in the telecommunications sector remains tough and con
Sky News Australia / Posted 7 hours ago
Telstra says competition in the telecommunications sector remains tough and concedes it will probably lose customers to smaller rival TPG Telecom when the market newcomer establishes its own mobile phone network. Telstra chairman John Mullen says... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Telstra CEO warns of more changes to comeTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
Sky News Australia / Posted 7 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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WA Today
'Just terrible' - great grandmother's blunt message for Telstra boardMarie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-te
WA Today / Posted 8 hours ago
Marie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-term shareholder was at the telco giant's annual general meeting on Tuesday to make plain her displeasure at the performance of the company. "This is just terrible. I am... Read more
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Motley Fool
Vocus Group Ltd shares rocket higher10% to $2.65. Why did its shares rocket higher? Although there was no news ou
Motley Fool / Posted 8 hours ago
10% to $2.65. Why did its shares rocket higher? Although there was no news out of Vocus today, rival telco company Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS) held its annual general meeting. That presentation was reasonably upbeat and didn?t... Read more
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TheBull
Telstra getting ready to fight TPGTelstra says competition in the telecommunications sector remains tough and con
TheBull / Posted 8 hours ago
Telstra says competition in the telecommunications sector remains tough and concedes it will probably lose customers to smaller rival TPG Telecom when the market newcomer establishes its own mobile phone network. Telstra chairman John Mullen says... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Just terrible' - great grandmother's blunt message for Telstra boardMarie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-te
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
Marie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-term shareholder was at the telco giant's annual general meeting on Tuesday to make plain her displeasure at the performance of the company. "This is just terrible. I am... Read more
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WA Today
ASX rises 0.7pc as momentum buildswork in opposite directions, but the overall optimism is strong enough to drive
WA Today / Posted 9 hours ago
work in opposite directions, but the overall optimism is strong enough to drive them together now," Mr Gerrish said. Telstra re-confirmed its financial year 2018 guidance at its AGM on Tuesday, though this failed to materially inspire... Read more
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The Age
'Just terrible' - great grandmother's blunt message for Telstra boardMarie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-te
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
Marie Kruss has a bone to pick with Telstra. The great-grandmother and long-term shareholder was at the telco giant's annual general meeting on Tuesday to make plain her displeasure at the performance of the company. "This is just terrible. I am... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Vocus and TPG shares are on a tearexplain the jump. A short time ago, Vocus was up 9.4% to $2.67. TPG Telecom s
Business Insider Australia / Posted 9 hours ago
explain the jump. A short time ago, Vocus was up 9.4% to $2.67. TPG Telecom shares were up 4.6% to $5.14. Earlier today Telstra, the market leader, held its annual general meeting where chairman John Mullen asked shareholders for patience as the... Read more
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The Age
ASX rises 0.7pc as momentum buildswork in opposite directions, but the overall optimism is strong enough to drive
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
work in opposite directions, but the overall optimism is strong enough to drive them together now," Mr Gerrish said. Telstra re-confirmed its financial year 2018 guidance at its AGM on Tuesday, though this failed to materially inspire... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX rises 0.7pc as momentum buildswork in opposite directions, but the overall optimism is strong enough to drive
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
work in opposite directions, but the overall optimism is strong enough to drive them together now," Mr Gerrish said. Telstra re-confirmed its financial year 2018 guidance at its AGM on Tuesday, though this failed to materially inspire... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Telstra getting ready to fight TPGTelstra says competition in the telecommunications sector remains tough and con
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 9 hours ago
Telstra says competition in the telecommunications sector remains tough and concedes it will probably lose customers to smaller rival TPG Telecom when the market newcomer establishes its own mobile phone network. Telstra chairman John Mullen says... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Telstra getting ready to fight TPGTelstra says competition in the telecommunications sector remains tough and con
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 hours ago
Telstra says competition in the telecommunications sector remains tough and concedes it will probably lose customers to smaller rival TPG Telecom when the market newcomer establishes its own mobile phone network. Telstra chairman John Mullen says... Read more
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Motley Fool
TPG Telecom Ltd shares are on fire todayhigher? With no news out of the company, I suspect that this gain could be a r
Motley Fool / Posted 9 hours ago
higher? With no news out of the company, I suspect that this gain could be a relief rally of sorts following today’s Telstra Corporation Ltd(ASX: TLS) annual general meeting. It appears as though some of investors may have been fearing... Read more
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Herald.ie
14 firms seal trade deals as President's Australia trip proves major successbuilding, engineering and consumer products. The 14 firms who signed trade dea
Herald.ie / Posted 12 hours ago
building, engineering and consumer products. The 14 firms who signed trade deals will work with partners including Qantas, Telstra, the University of Sydney, Bunnings, and Sydney Children's Hospital.Exposed Enterprise Ireland said that, of the 55... Read more
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TheBull
'Sleepless nights' on Telstra dividend cutTelstra chairman John Mullen says the telco's board had "many sleepless nights"
TheBull / Posted 12 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the telco's board had "many sleepless nights" agonising over the decision to cut its historically high dividends but making no change would have put the company's balance sheet at risk. Mr Mullen told shareholders... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Excess data fees almost double as Aussies go mobiledata faster than ever while consuming bandwidth-heavy services such as video on
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
data faster than ever while consuming bandwidth-heavy services such as video on demand. Australia's three major telcos – Telstra, Optus and Vodafone – continue to upgrade their networks and extend their 4G LTE coverage, as well as selling... Read more
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Motley Fool
Telstra Corporation Ltd holds its AGM: Here’s what you missed In late morning trade the Telstra Corporation Ltd(ASX: TLS) share price is ma
Motley Fool / Posted 13 hours ago
In late morning trade the Telstra Corporation Ltd(ASX: TLS) share price is marginally higher at $3.57 on the day of its annual general meeting. Here are a few key takeaways from the... Read more
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TheBull
Telstra dividend cut 'tough', says MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
TheBull / Posted 13 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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The Age
Excess data fees almost double as Aussies go mobiledata faster than ever while consuming bandwidth-heavy services such as video on
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
data faster than ever while consuming bandwidth-heavy services such as video on demand. Australia's three major telcos – Telstra, Optus and Vodafone – continue to upgrade their networks and extend their 4G LTE coverage, as well as selling... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Telstra dividend cut 'tough': chairmanTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
Sky News Australia / Posted 14 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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WA Today
Telstra dividend cut 'tough' on shareholders, says chairman John MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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Perth Now
Telstra dividend cut 'tough', says MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
Perth Now / Posted 15 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Telstra dividend cut 'tough' on shareholders, says chairman John MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Telstra dividend cut 'tough', says MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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The Age
Telstra dividend cut 'tough' on shareholders, says chairman John MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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News.com.au
Telstra dividend cut ‘tough’, says MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
News.com.au / Posted 15 hours ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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Motley Fool
Are these beaten down ASX shares bargain buys?and the massive construction projects on the horizon in the Americas. This coul
Motley Fool / Posted 15 hours ago
and the massive construction projects on the horizon in the Americas. This could make it an opportune time to invest. The Telstra Corporation Ltd(ASX: TLS) share price has lost almost a third of its value in the last 12 months. Concerns over NBN... Read more
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TheBull
Stocks to watch - www.thebull.com.auits September quarter review. OSH - OIL SEARCH Oil Search will release its th
TheBull / Posted 16 hours ago
its September quarter review. OSH - OIL SEARCH Oil Search will release its third quarter production report. TLS - TELSTRA Telecommunications company Telstra is due to host its annual general meeting in Melbourne on Tuesday. ORG - ORIGIN... Read more
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TheBull
Australian shares poised to start higherRio Tinto will report on its September quarter review and Oil Search will relea
TheBull / Posted 17 hours ago
Rio Tinto will report on its September quarter review and Oil Search will release its third quarter production report. Telstra is due to host its annual general meeting in Melbourne. On Monday, strong prices for iron ore and growing global... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Cubic Telecom signs up with Telstra Wholesale for Australian expansionIn-car connectivity platform arrives Down Under Cubic Telecom has signed a mem
techcentral.ie / Posted yesterday
In-car connectivity platform arrives Down Under Cubic Telecom has signed a memorandum of understanding with Telstra Wholesale to deliver a unique connectivity experience to its automotive customers in Australia. The deal signing ceremony formed part... Read more
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The North West Star
'Lies': Australian with A-list connections accused of fraudthe related-party deals the Hecklers say they were not informed of by Hoekman b
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
the related-party deals the Hecklers say they were not informed of by Hoekman before investing. Cramer-Roberts and former Telstra chairman Bob Mansfield are former shareholders. The media campaign to promote Yuuzoo started to swing into force in... Read more
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Motley Fool
Are these fast-growing dividend shares in the buy zone? Whilst I’m a fan of big dividend yields like those on offer from Telstra Corp
Motley Fool / Posted yesterday
Whilst I’m a fan of big dividend yields like those on offer from Telstra Corporation Ltd(ASX: TLS) and Wesfarmers Ltd(ASX: WES), I think dividends which have the potential to grow significantly... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Adani’s mega mine launch cancelledNews MoneySaver HQ Small Business media_cameraAdani sign being put up on Tel
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
News MoneySaver HQ Small Business media_cameraAdani sign being put up on Telstra building in South Townsville. Picture: Zak Simmonds THE official launch of Adani’s mega mine and rail project has... Read more
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News.com.au
Adani’s mega mine launch cancelledAdani sign being put up on Telstra building in South Townsville. Picture: Zak S
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Adani sign being put up on Telstra building in South Townsville. Picture: Zak Simmonds Source:News Corp Australia THE official launch of Adani’s mega mine and rail project has been cancelled due to rain. Adani chairman Gautam Adani was expected to... Read more
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