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Brisbane Times
Australian innovation lags behind Ireland and NZWhat does New Zealand have in common with Iceland? Both outrank Australia in th
Australian innovation lags behind Ireland and NZ
Brisbane Times / Posted a minute ago
What does New Zealand have in common with Iceland? Both outrank Australia in the latest survey on global innovation. In fact, Australia lags well behind the likes of Japan, Canada and Finland. But all lag well behind the top three - Switzerland,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Transport group McAleese in administration​McAleese has gone into voluntary administration and its shares have been suspe
Transport group McAleese in administration
Brisbane Times / Posted a minute ago
​McAleese has gone into voluntary administration and its shares have been suspended from the Australian Securities Exchange after the transport group was unable to strike a deal to lower its property rental costs. McAleese needed property group TTPH... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'I am running a for-profit business': Mylan chief Heather Bresch defends EpiPen price hikeAmerica has a new pharmaceutical villain. Her name is Heather Bresch. As the c
'I am running a for-profit business': Mylan chief Heather Bresch defends EpiPen price hike
Brisbane Times / Posted a minute ago
America has a new pharmaceutical villain. Her name is Heather Bresch. As the chief executive of Mylan, the owner of the severe allergy treatment EpiPen, Bresch is at the centre of the latest public outrage over high drug prices, excoriated for... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Analysis: Miss. lawmakers jockey for BP moneyJACKSON - Generally, there’s nothing better for a politician than spending “fre
Analysis: Miss. lawmakers jockey for BP money
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 4 minutes ago
JACKSON - Generally, there’s nothing better for a politician than spending “free” money — cash that arrived in the treasury without lawmakers having to vote to raise taxes on their constituents. But there’s already jockeying as lawmakers consider... Read more
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Money Management
More confidence in financial sector needed for senior consumersSenior consumers must have confidence in the financial industry and need more r
More confidence in financial sector needed for senior consumers
Money Management / Posted 4 minutes ago
Senior consumers must have confidence in the financial industry and need more reassurance from financial institutions as they faced longevity gap, according to the professional association of providers of equity release products and services. SEQUAL... Read more
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Money Management
CFS adds Challenger’s aged care solutionColonial First State (CFS) has added Challenger's CarePlus to its FirstChoice p
CFS adds Challenger’s aged care solution
Money Management / Posted 4 minutes ago
Colonial First State (CFS) has added Challenger's CarePlus to its FirstChoice platform to meet aged care needs. The solution combined a lifetime annuity with life/risk insurance, providing a regular income for aged care costs and estate planning... Read more
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Money Management
Storm Financial directors breached dutiesStorm Financial directors, Emmanuel and Julie Cassimatis have been found to hav
Storm Financial directors breached duties
Money Management / Posted 4 minutes ago
Storm Financial directors, Emmanuel and Julie Cassimatis have been found to have breached their duties as directors and provided inappropriate advice to certain investors. The Federal Court ruled on 26 August that Storm Financial provided... Read more
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Money Management
Accountants warming to AFSL ideaThe expiration of the accountants exemption for advising on self-managed supera
Accountants warming to AFSL idea
Money Management / Posted 4 minutes ago
The expiration of the accountants exemption for advising on self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) has seen the number of accountant enquiries grow while the perceived negatives of licensed financial advice has also reduced. Such was the opinion... Read more
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Money Management
Vocus Communications founder launches new fundVocus Communications founder, and former chief executive, James Spenceley, has
Vocus Communications founder launches new fund
Money Management / Posted 5 minutes ago
Vocus Communications founder, and former chief executive, James Spenceley, has joined forces with a fund manager, Gary Rollo, to launch MHOR Asset Management. MHOR's first fund provided investors with exposure to a diverse portfolio of high-growth... Read more
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The Age
'I am running a for-profit business': Mylan chief Heather Bresch defends EpiPen price hikeAmerica has a new pharmaceutical villain. Her name is Heather Bresch. As the c
'I am running a for-profit business': Mylan chief Heather Bresch defends EpiPen price hike
The Age / Posted 6 minutes ago
America has a new pharmaceutical villain. Her name is Heather Bresch. As the chief executive of Mylan, the owner of the severe allergy treatment EpiPen, Bresch is at the centre of the latest public outrage over high drug prices, excoriated for... Read more
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The Age
Australian innovation lags behind Ireland and NZWhat does New Zealand have in common with Iceland? Both outrank Australia in th
Australian innovation lags behind Ireland and NZ
The Age / Posted 6 minutes ago
What does New Zealand have in common with Iceland? Both outrank Australia in the latest survey on global innovation. In fact, Australia lags well behind the likes of Japan, Canada and Finland. But all lag well behind the top three - Switzerland,... Read more
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The Age
Transport group McAleese in administration​McAleese has gone into voluntary administration and its shares have been suspe
Transport group McAleese in administration
The Age / Posted 6 minutes ago
​McAleese has gone into voluntary administration and its shares have been suspended from the Australian Securities Exchange after the transport group was unable to strike a deal to lower its property rental costs. McAleese needed property group TTPH... Read more
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TribLIVE
Digital theater use could expand as a North Hills education assetTribLive commenting policy You are solely responsible for your comments and by
Digital theater use could expand as a North Hills education asset
TribLIVE / Posted 7 minutes ago
TribLive commenting policy You are solely responsible for your comments and by using TribLive.com you agree to our Terms of Service. We moderate comments. Our goal is to provide substantive commentary for a general readership. By screening... Read more
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The Border Mail
High-rise apartments are bad to live in and bad for society, says respected architectAustralia is building too many poor-quality high-rise apartment towers that are
High-rise apartments are bad to live in and bad for society, says respected architect
The Border Mail / Posted 7 minutes ago
Australia is building too many poor-quality high-rise apartment towers that are alienating to live in and have low environmental performance, one of the nation's most widely respected residential architects has warned. Australia is building too many... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian innovation lags behind Ireland and NZWhat does New Zealand have in common with Iceland? Both outrank Australia in th
Australian innovation lags behind Ireland and NZ
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
What does New Zealand have in common with Iceland? Both outrank Australia in the latest survey on global innovation. In fact, Australia lags well behind the likes of Japan, Canada and Finland. But all lag well behind the top three - Switzerland,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'I am running a for-profit business': Mylan chief Heather Bresch defends EpiPen price hikeAmerica has a new pharmaceutical villain. Her name is Heather Bresch. As the c
'I am running a for-profit business': Mylan chief Heather Bresch defends EpiPen price hike
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
America has a new pharmaceutical villain. Her name is Heather Bresch. As the chief executive of Mylan, the owner of the severe allergy treatment EpiPen, Bresch is at the centre of the latest public outrage over high drug prices, excoriated for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Transport group McAleese in administrationMcAleese has gone into administration after the transport group failed to secur
Transport group McAleese in administration
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
McAleese has gone into administration after the transport group failed to secure a reduction in rental costs it needed to satisfy senior funder SC Lowy. McAleese has appointed McGrath Nicol as administrator after forbearance arrangements with Hong... Read more
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The Courier
High-rise apartments are bad to live in and bad for society, says respected architectAustralia is building too many poor-quality high-rise apartment towers that are
High-rise apartments are bad to live in and bad for society, says respected architect
The Courier / Posted 14 minutes ago
Australia is building too many poor-quality high-rise apartment towers that are alienating to live in and have low environmental performance, one of the nation's most widely respected residential architects has warned. Australia is building too many... Read more
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TheBull
Are bond and equity markets still talking to each other?Regional sharemarkets declined over the past trading week in a 5-day session wh
Are bond and equity markets still talking to each other?
TheBull / Posted 16 minutes ago
Regional sharemarkets declined over the past trading week in a 5-day session which lacked directional drivers. 29.08.2016 10:05 AM • Regional sharemarkets declined over the past trading week in a 5-day session which lacked directional drivers.... Read more
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TheBull
Evolution raises $311m from rights offerEvolution Mining has raised $311 million through its 2-for-15 rights share offe
Evolution raises $311m from rights offer
TheBull / Posted 16 minutes ago
Evolution Mining has raised $311 million through its 2-for-15 rights share offer to its institutional shareholders. The company says nearly 86 per cent of the entitled shareholders took up new stock. Shares were issued at $2.05 each in the offer. It... Read more
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TheBull
Transport group McAleese in administrationMcAleese has gone into administration after the transport group failed to secur
Transport group McAleese in administration
TheBull / Posted 16 minutes ago
McAleese has gone into administration after the transport group failed to secure a reduction in rental costs it needed to satisfy senior funder SC Lowy. McAleese has appointed McGrath Nicol as administrator after forbearance arrangements with Hong... Read more
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heraldscotland
Social Investment Scotland highlights strong demand for ‘responsible finance’In the preceding year SIS invested a record £7.5m in 45 organisations. A spoke
Social Investment Scotland highlights strong demand for ‘responsible finance’
heraldscotland / Posted 16 minutes ago
In the preceding year SIS invested a record £7.5m in 45 organisations. A spokesperson for SIS said the fall in activity reflected the fact a £30m fund which SIS had managed on behalf of the Scottish Government became fully invested in the 2014/15... Read more
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heraldscotland
Trading PlacesMr Findlay has worked in asset finance for nearly two decades, most recently as
Trading Places
heraldscotland / Posted 16 minutes ago
Mr Findlay has worked in asset finance for nearly two decades, most recently as UK sales director for Dell Financial Services. While has worked across the UK and beyond throughout his career, his latest move brings him back to Glasgow, where his... Read more
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heraldscotland
Sunday newspaper roundupThe agency told the newspaper: “Our numbers show that UK industry is resilient.
Sunday newspaper roundup
heraldscotland / Posted 16 minutes ago
The agency told the newspaper: “Our numbers show that UK industry is resilient. We’ve seen growth in a number of sectors including manufacturing and automotive, which is an encouraging sign for longer-term economic prospects. However, we must also be... Read more
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heraldscotland
Construction industry in need for a technology revolution“There is a massive opportunity to use technology to build in a more profitable
Construction industry in need for a technology revolution
heraldscotland / Posted 16 minutes ago
“There is a massive opportunity to use technology to build in a more profitable and efficient way,” said Mr Good. “Construction is one of the last industries to go fully digital. Big chunks [of work] are still manual and traditional. It is ripe for a... Read more
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heraldscotland
Brewgooder boosts board with industry heavyweightsTheir appointment means the Brewgooder board now numbers five, with the duo joi
Brewgooder boosts board with industry heavyweights
heraldscotland / Posted 16 minutes ago
Their appointment means the Brewgooder board now numbers five, with the duo joining Mr Littlejohn, the founder of Social Bite, Mr Mahon and Stephen McCranor, director of Frame public relations agency, at the table. Mr Annand is a former commercial... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The amazing story behind the world's first hedge fundCourtesy of A.W. Jones Advisers The first hedge fund looked nothing like most
The amazing story behind the world's first hedge fund
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 minutes ago
Courtesy of A.W. Jones Advisers The first hedge fund looked nothing like most of those in operation today. The founder had little investing experience and had bounced around careers in diplomacy, sociology, and journalism before settling on... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Wall Street just found another recession signalReal business investment has declined in the US for the third straight quarter,
Wall Street just found another recession signal
Stamford Advocate / Posted 18 minutes ago
Real business investment has declined in the US for the third straight quarter, Credit Suisse pointed out in a note to clients on Tuesday, and there's reason to believe that something might be going on here beyond just record-low prices for... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The maker of EpiPens says it gives thousands to schools for free – and may get huge tax breaks in the processMylan has not lowered its price of EpiPen two-packs after a firestorm of critic
The maker of EpiPens says it gives thousands to schools for free – and may get huge tax breaks in the process
Stamford Advocate / Posted 18 minutes ago
Mylan has not lowered its price of EpiPen two-packs after a firestorm of criticism. What it has done is tout all it says it's doing to make the drug more affordable, like offering to subsidize patients' co-pays. And Mylan says it's donated 700,000... Read more
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The Economic Times
South Africa’s Guptas, allies of President Jacob Zuma, to sell all local businessesJOHANNESBURG: South Africa's Gupta family, which has been accused of using its
South Africa’s Guptas, allies of President Jacob Zuma, to sell all local businesses
The Economic Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
JOHANNESBURG: South Africa's Gupta family, which has been accused of using its friendship with President Jacob Zuma for gain, said it will sell all of its South African business interests by the end of the year. The family is in talks with "several... Read more
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