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The Age
Gone flat. Japanese-owned Lion to cut 39 jobsLion's James Boag brewery will have 39 jobs cut as 20 million litres of beer pr
Gone flat. Japanese-owned Lion to cut 39 jobs
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
Lion's James Boag brewery will have 39 jobs cut as 20 million litres of beer production gets transferred to the mainland from Tasmania. James Boag had a lavish marquee at the Spring Racing Carnival in Melbourne. Photo: Graham Denholm Beer and dairy... Read more
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The Age
JB Hi-Fi boss says we're no Dick SmithJB Hi-Fi's boss says the collapse of rival electronic retailer Dick Smith has r
JB Hi-Fi boss says we're no Dick Smith
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
JB Hi-Fi's boss says the collapse of rival electronic retailer Dick Smith has reinforced his view that his company has the right strategy in carrying a diverse range and not investing too heavily in private label products. Chief executive Richard... Read more
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The Age
SuperRatings report finds retail funds charge more for lessAustralian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Tom Garcia has pointed to new S
SuperRatings report finds retail funds charge more for less
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Tom Garcia has pointed to new SuperRatings research as evidence of "price-gouging" by retail super providers. Photo: Josh Robenstone The non-profit superannuation lobby has accused its bank-owned... Read more
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The Border Mail
What are they? GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions explainedGST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions The goods and services tax is
What are they? GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions explained
The Border Mail / Posted 2 minutes ago
GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions The goods and services tax is Australia's main tax on consumption. It applies at a rate of 10 per cent to about 47 per cent of the good and service. How does it work? Businesses collect the GST on... Read more
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Business Insider
Traders are placing huge bets on the future of oilAccording to data released by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC
Traders are placing huge bets on the future of oil
Business Insider / Posted 4 minutes ago
According to data released by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) last Friday, the level of open interest in benchmark US WTI crude oil futures and options rose to 497,280 last week, the largest figure on record since the data was... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Strong US dollar stokes recession fearsOn Monday, the Aussie was buying US70.85¢, down from US72.40¢ last week. Photo:
Strong US dollar stokes recession fears
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
On Monday, the Aussie was buying US70.85¢, down from US72.40¢ last week. Photo: Phil Carrick Bear market and recession talk is starting to infiltrate currency markets as Nikko Asset Management warns of dire consequences if the US Federal Reserve... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gone flat. Japanese-owned Lion to cut 39 jobsLion's James Boag brewery will have 39 jobs cut as 20 million litres of beer pr
Gone flat. Japanese-owned Lion to cut 39 jobs
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
Lion's James Boag brewery will have 39 jobs cut as 20 million litres of beer production gets transferred to the mainland from Tasmania. James Boag had a lavish marquee at the Spring Racing Carnival in Melbourne. Photo: Graham Denholm Beer and dairy... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
JB Hi-Fi boss says we're no Dick SmithJB Hi-Fi's boss says the collapse of rival electronic retailer Dick Smith has r
JB Hi-Fi boss says we're no Dick Smith
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
JB Hi-Fi's boss says the collapse of rival electronic retailer Dick Smith has reinforced his view that his company has the right strategy in carrying a diverse range and not investing too heavily in private label products. Chief executive Richard... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
SuperRatings report finds retail funds charge more for lessAustralian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Tom Garcia has pointed to new S
SuperRatings report finds retail funds charge more for less
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Tom Garcia has pointed to new SuperRatings research as evidence of "price-gouging" by retail super providers. Photo: Josh Robenstone The non-profit superannuation lobby has accused its bank-owned... Read more
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Business Wire
Ethoca and Santander UK Collaborate to Win 2016 Card & Payments AwardTORONTO & AUSTIN, Texas & LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ethoca, the industry standar
Ethoca and Santander UK Collaborate to Win 2016 Card & Payments Award
Business Wire / Posted 4 minutes ago
TORONTO & AUSTIN, Texas & LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ethoca, the industry standard for collaboration-based technology solutions that help card issuers and online merchants increase card acceptance and stop ecommerce fraud and disputes, today announced... Read more
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Business Wire
ICA Gruppen AB: Swedish ICA stores – January 2016 sales figuresSales in the Swedish ICA (STO:ICA) stores rose by 3.1% in January 2016 compared
ICA Gruppen AB: Swedish ICA stores – January 2016 sales figures
Business Wire / Posted 4 minutes ago
Sales in the Swedish ICA (STO:ICA) stores rose by 3.1% in January 2016 compared with the corresponding month last year. Sales in like-for-like stores increased by 2.3%. In January 2016, sales in the Swedish ICA stores totalled SEK 8,677 million... Read more
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Business Wire
Byggmax Opens in Trelleborg During Summer 2016BYGGmax (STO:BMAX) The low-price retailer Byggmax opens a store in Trelleborg
Byggmax Opens in Trelleborg During Summer 2016
Business Wire / Posted 4 minutes ago
BYGGmax (STO:BMAX) The low-price retailer Byggmax opens a store in Trelleborg during the summer of 2016. The store will employ five people. Byggmax has more than doubled the number of stores in Sweden since 2006. There are currently 76 stores... Read more
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Business Wire
Uganda setzt biometrische Technologien zur Verbesserung der Transparenz bei Parlamentswahlen einLONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In zehn Tagen, am 18. Februar, finden in Uganda die Pa
Uganda setzt biometrische Technologien zur Verbesserung der Transparenz bei Parlamentswahlen ein
Business Wire / Posted 4 minutes ago
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In zehn Tagen, am 18. Februar, finden in Uganda die Parlamentswahlen statt.Die Wahlkommission von Uganda arbeitet mit Smartmatic zusammen, einem weltweit führenden Hersteller von elektronischen Abstimmhilfen, um bei der Wahl... Read more
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iafrica.com
Budget tips to survive 2016With January already behind us, 2016 is shaping up as a challenging year for mo
Budget tips to survive 2016
iafrica.com / Posted 4 minutes ago
With January already behind us, 2016 is shaping up as a challenging year for most South Africans; now is the time to review your budget. "This year could be testing for consumers as interest rate hikes and price increases on everyday goods are set... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Lucrative private sector position beckons for Nene?Will Nhlanhla Nene head up the Africa regional centre of the Brazil, Russia, In
Lucrative private sector position beckons for Nene?
Mail & Guardian / Posted 7 minutes ago
Will Nhlanhla Nene head up the Africa regional centre of the Brazil, Russia, India, China and SA (Brics) nations’ new Development Bank? Economist Dawie Roodt doesn’t think so. He suspects that Nene will land a cushy directorship within the private... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
What are they? GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions explainedGST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions The goods and services tax is
What are they? GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions explained
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 minutes ago
GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions The goods and services tax is Australia's main tax on consumption. It applies at a rate of 10 per cent to about 47 per cent of the good and service. How does it work? Businesses collect the GST on... Read more
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The Courier
What are they? GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions explainedGST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions The goods and services tax is
What are they? GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions explained
The Courier / Posted 10 minutes ago
GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions The goods and services tax is Australia's main tax on consumption. It applies at a rate of 10 per cent to about 47 per cent of the good and service. How does it work? Businesses collect the GST on... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Trains disrupted in Ayrshire due to overhead line damageCommenting & Moderation We moderate all comments on Evening Times on either a
Trains disrupted in Ayrshire due to overhead line damage
EveningTimes Online / Posted 10 minutes ago
Commenting & Moderation We moderate all comments on Evening Times on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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PollutionOnline
Stringent Emission Regulations For Diesel Engines To Drive The Global LMC Gas Generator Market Until 2020, Says TechnavioLONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- According to the latest market study released by Tec
Stringent Emission Regulations For Diesel Engines To Drive The Global LMC Gas Generator Market Until 2020, Says Technavio
PollutionOnline / Posted 12 minutes ago
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- According to the latest market study released by Technavio, the global LMC (low and medium capacity) gas generator market is predicted to grow at a GAGR of over 8% by 2020. This research report titled ‘Global LMC Gas... Read more
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heraldscotland
Celtic star Griffiths issues plea after online troll posts 'disgusting' message about his children on TwitterComments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a
Celtic star Griffiths issues plea after online troll posts 'disgusting' message about his children on Twitter
heraldscotland / Posted 13 minutes ago
Comments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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heraldscotland
Phone fraudsters pose as company CEO to scam £18m from Scots firmThe company targeted, which cannot be named for legal reasons, hopes to get its
Phone fraudsters pose as company CEO to scam £18m from Scots firm
heraldscotland / Posted 13 minutes ago
The company targeted, which cannot be named for legal reasons, hopes to get its money back after elite financial crime detectives at Police Scotland tracked it down overseas. But police are investigating two similar telephone scams - a scaled-up... Read more
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heraldscotland
Celtic manager Martin O'Neill was a Super Bowl 50 pundit and Twitter couldn't copeComments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a
Celtic manager Martin O'Neill was a Super Bowl 50 pundit and Twitter couldn't cope
heraldscotland / Posted 13 minutes ago
Comments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ignore activist investors and risk imperilling your long-term futureHers was not the only scalp the activists claimed last year. Edward Bramson, on
Ignore activist investors and risk imperilling your long-term future
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 minutes ago
Hers was not the only scalp the activists claimed last year. Edward Bramson, one of America’s most experienced investors, used his outfit, Sherborne, to launch an assault on the UK private equity firm, Electra – whose investments include restaurant... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Takeover sows the seeds for anxieties about food securityIt claims to be four years away from becoming the first company in the world to
Takeover sows the seeds for anxieties about food security
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 minutes ago
It claims to be four years away from becoming the first company in the world to commercialise a hybrid form of wheat – a development that could play a major role in increasing global food supplies. “We’re the product of multiple mergers and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Beleaguered VW comes under renewed pressure from unions and shareholdersMeanwhile one of the firm’s major investors has demanded reform to the way the
Beleaguered VW comes under renewed pressure from unions and shareholders
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 minutes ago
Meanwhile one of the firm’s major investors has demanded reform to the way the company is owned and governed, arguing that the Porshe-Piech family has too much power. The family owns 31.5pc of VW’s shares but has 50.7pc of voting rights. “This... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Dwindling revenues to wipe out a third of oilfield service firmsThis time the effect is more brutal and the need for change is greater EY’s De
Dwindling revenues to wipe out a third of oilfield service firms
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 minutes ago
This time the effect is more brutal and the need for change is greater EY’s Derek Leith said: “Companies that proactively look out for opportunities to make strategic acquisitions that will enable them to become leaner, stronger and more diverse... Read more
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The Economic Times
Quick Heal IPO opens, select brokers have 'subscribe' ratingsNEW DELHI: The initial public offering (IPO) of security software maker Quick H
Quick Heal IPO opens, select brokers have 'subscribe' ratings
The Economic Times / Posted 14 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: The initial public offering (IPO) of security software maker Quick Heal Technologies opened for subscription on Monday, with initial bids coming in mainly from retail and other non-institutional investors. The IPO price band has been fixed... Read more
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The Economic Times
Market capitulation not complete, keep equity portfolio light: AnalystsNEW DELHI: The domestic market has shed about 6 per cent of value so far this y
Market capitulation not complete, keep equity portfolio light: Analysts
The Economic Times / Posted 14 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: The domestic market has shed about 6 per cent of value so far this year as a broad-based selloff in January saw investors flock to the exit door. And some experts the capitulation is still not complete. "In our view, the capitulation has... Read more
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The Economic Times
Brother International to focus on brand building in IndiaPUNE: Five years after launching operations in India, printer maker Brother Int
Brother International to focus on brand building in India
The Economic Times / Posted 14 minutes ago
PUNE: Five years after launching operations in India, printer maker Brother International is setting up experience zones to increase brand awareness. The company recently opened an experience and service center in Pune, its fourth, after Delhi,... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
What the Heck is Going on in the Stock Market?A sea change. What happened on Friday was the culmination of another dreary we
What the Heck is Going on in the Stock Market?
Naked Capitalism / Posted 16 minutes ago
A sea change. What happened on Friday was the culmination of another dreary week in the stock markets, with the Dow down 1.3% for the day and 1.6% for the week, the S&P 500 down 1.8% and 3.1% respectively, and the Nasdaq down 3.2% and 5.4%. The S&P... Read more
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