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The Age
Padbury directors cop to ASIC breachPadbury Mining, its chief executive officer Garry Stokes and chairman Terry Qui
Padbury directors cop to ASIC breach
The Age / Posted a minute ago
Padbury Mining, its chief executive officer Garry Stokes and chairman Terry Quinn have all admitted breaching the Corporations Act as part of the company's botched $6.8 billion refinancing deal with hair growth entrepreneur Roland Bleyer. ​The... Read more
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The Age
Banks team up in Apple Pay talksSeveral of the country's big banks are seeking to join forces and negotiate as
Banks team up in Apple Pay talks
The Age / Posted a minute ago
Several of the country's big banks are seeking to join forces and negotiate as a bloc with technology giant Apple, which could lead to a collective boycott of Apple Pay, in a bid to offer "digital wallets" on the iPhone. Commonwealth Bank, National... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
China criticizes US, Japan, Australia for ‘fanning’ tensions BEIJING — Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has criticized the United States,
China criticizes US, Japan, Australia for ‘fanning’ tensions
Manila Bulletin / Posted a minute ago
BEIJING — Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has criticized the United States, Japan and Australia for making a joint statement on the South China Sea he says was only “fanning the flames”... Read more
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Market Watch
Japan boldly considers issuing 50-year bondsTOKYO — Japan is considering issuing 50-year bonds for the first time, the long
Japan boldly considers issuing 50-year bonds
Market Watch / Posted 2 minutes ago
TOKYO — Japan is considering issuing 50-year bonds for the first time, the longest maturity of Japanese government debt in the postwar era, to take advantage of the ultralow rates resulting from the Bank of Japan’s monetary easing, people familiar... Read more
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Market Watch
China’s Politburo vows to keep yuan steadyBEIJING — China’s powerful Communist Party Politburo has pledged to lift domest
China’s Politburo vows to keep yuan steady
Market Watch / Posted 2 minutes ago
BEIJING — China’s powerful Communist Party Politburo has pledged to lift domestic demand by cutting taxes, stressing it will keep the yuan rate steady. The government will implement policies to ease the burden of taxes and fees on companies, the... Read more
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Market Watch
Good news from Australia, Apple put wind in Asian markets’ sailsPositive economic news from China and Australia helped lift Asian stock markets
Good news from Australia, Apple put wind in Asian markets’ sails
Market Watch / Posted 2 minutes ago
Positive economic news from China and Australia helped lift Asian stock markets early Wednesday, while Taiwan’s technology firms got a boost from Apple Inc. earnings overnight. The Australian dollar rose against the U.S. dollar immediately following... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Striking staff picket Coles warehousesHundreds of workers at Coles supermarkets' cold storage warehouse in Victoria h
Striking staff picket Coles warehouses
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 minutes ago
Hundreds of workers at Coles supermarkets' cold storage warehouse in Victoria have walked off the job indefinitely, threatening to disrupt the supply of meat, dairy and fresh produce in stores statewide. Wednesday morning's mass walkout has forced a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Padbury directors cop to ASIC breachPadbury Mining, its chief executive officer Garry Stokes and chairman Terry Qui
Padbury directors cop to ASIC breach
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 minutes ago
Padbury Mining, its chief executive officer Garry Stokes and chairman Terry Quinn have all admitted breaching the Corporations Act as part of the company's botched $6.8 billion refinancing deal with hair growth entrepreneur Roland Bleyer. ​The... Read more
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The Register
Cavium revenue, losses riseNetworking semiconductor outfit Cavium has reported rising revenue for Q2 2016,
Cavium revenue, losses rise
The Register / Posted 3 minutes ago
Networking semiconductor outfit Cavium has reported rising revenue for Q2 2016, but its losses are widening. Its revenue for the quarter was US$107.2 million, up 2.1 per cent on the same period last year and up 5.2 per cent from Q1 2016. However,... Read more
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Salon.com
China criticizes US, Japan, Australia for ‘fanning’ tensionsBEIJING (AP) — Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has criticized the United State
China criticizes US, Japan, Australia for ‘fanning’ tensions
Salon.com / Posted 3 minutes ago
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has criticized the United States, Japan and Australia for making a joint statement on the South China Sea he says was only “fanning the flames” of regional tension just as countries have agreed that the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Competition heats up despite winter chillWinter buying competition strong for Central Coast property market | News Local
Competition heats up despite winter chill
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 minutes ago
Winter buying competition strong for Central Coast property market | News Local SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Competition heats up for Central Coast properties despite the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Asian shares edge up on Wall Street lead, pre-Fed nerves limit gainsThe safe-haven yen sat atop large gains as hopes for a large fiscal stimulus pa
Asian shares edge up on Wall Street lead, pre-Fed nerves limit gains
Business Standard India / Posted 8 minutes ago
The safe-haven yen sat atop large gains as hopes for a large fiscal stimulus package out of Japan faded Asian stocks edged up early on Wednesday following a relatively upbeat... Read more
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Daily Herald
Oprah's old Chicago offices being cleared for McDonald'sCHICAGO -- Demolition of the former home of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" is underwa
Oprah's old Chicago offices being cleared for McDonald's
Daily Herald / Posted 11 minutes ago
CHICAGO -- Demolition of the former home of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" is underway on Chicago's West Side to make way for the new headquarters of McDonald's Corp. Harpo ended production at the studio last year, after developer Sterling Bay bought the... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
It's time to take a serious look at Tim Cook's leadership of AppleJustin Sullivan/Getty Images On August 24, 2011, Tim Cook took over from Steve
It's time to take a serious look at Tim Cook's leadership of Apple
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 12 minutes ago
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images On August 24, 2011, Tim Cook took over from Steve Jobs as the permanent CEO of Apple. He's been in charge ever since. So how's he doing after five years? Apple's earnings report for the quarter that ended on June 30... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Here's what Jack Dorsey said about selling Twitter (TWTR)Twitter's business is struggling, and its stock price has been pummeled, erasin
Here's what Jack Dorsey said about selling Twitter (TWTR)
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 12 minutes ago
Twitter's business is struggling, and its stock price has been pummeled, erasing billions of dollars in market value. With the current spree of tech acquisitions, highlighted by Verizon's $5 billion deal to buy Yahoo earlier this week, speculation... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Plan calls for denser, bigger AucklandAuckland's houses will grow upwards but the city's boundaries aren't coming dow
Plan calls for denser, bigger Auckland
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 minutes ago
Auckland's houses will grow upwards but the city's boundaries aren't coming down, according to the proposal for the city's long-term planning rulebook. Auckland Council on Wednesday revealed the recommendations it's been given about the layout of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Dollar drops after inflation resultThe Australian dollar is weaker after the release of figures that showed inflat
Dollar drops after inflation result
Adelaide Now / Posted 17 minutes ago
The Australian dollar is weaker after the release of figures that showed inflation is running at its lowest annual rate since 1999. The local currency was trading at 75.00 US cents at 1234 AEST, down from 75.16 US cents on Tuesday. The Australian... Read more
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iol.co.za
Gordhan: SA likely to avoid recession in 2016Last week, the central bank said it now expected the economy to remain stagnant
Gordhan: SA likely to avoid recession in 2016
iol.co.za / Posted 17 minutes ago
Last week, the central bank said it now expected the economy to remain stagnant in 2016, compared with the 0.6 percent growth predicted in May. The International Monetary Fund has also slashed its own forecast to 0.1 percent. “We're unlikely to... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Hearing set to focus on Start-Up NYBUFFALO, NY - A program supposed to bring jobs and spur the New York economy ha
Hearing set to focus on Start-Up NY
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 18 minutes ago
BUFFALO, NY - A program supposed to bring jobs and spur the New York economy has a lot of question marks. Assemblyman Robin Schimminger (D-Kenmore) is eager for a hearing next week to find out why Start-Up NY isn't living up to... Read more
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Herald Sun
Plan calls for denser, bigger AucklandAuckland's houses will grow upwards but the city's boundaries aren't coming dow
Plan calls for denser, bigger Auckland
Herald Sun / Posted 22 minutes ago
Auckland's houses will grow upwards but the city's boundaries aren't coming down, according to the proposal for the city's long-term planning rulebook. Auckland Council on Wednesday revealed the recommendations it's been given about the layout of... Read more
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Herald Sun
Dollar drops after inflation resultThe Australian dollar is weaker after the release of figures that showed inflat
Dollar drops after inflation result
Herald Sun / Posted 22 minutes ago
The Australian dollar is weaker after the release of figures that showed inflation is running at its lowest annual rate since 1999. The local currency was trading at 75.00 US cents at 1234 AEST, down from 75.16 US cents on Tuesday. The Australian... Read more
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Weekly Times
Plan calls for denser, bigger AucklandAuckland's houses will grow upwards but the city's boundaries aren't coming dow
Plan calls for denser, bigger Auckland
Weekly Times / Posted 22 minutes ago
Auckland's houses will grow upwards but the city's boundaries aren't coming down, according to the proposal for the city's long-term planning rulebook. Auckland Council on Wednesday revealed the recommendations it's been given about the layout of... Read more
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Weekly Times
Dollar drops after inflation resultThe Australian dollar is weaker after the release of figures that showed inflat
Dollar drops after inflation result
Weekly Times / Posted 22 minutes ago
The Australian dollar is weaker after the release of figures that showed inflation is running at its lowest annual rate since 1999. The local currency was trading at 75.00 US cents at 1234 AEST, down from 75.16 US cents on Tuesday. The Australian... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Where you live may dictate your property tax rateST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) - You Paid For It discovers residents paying high p
Where you live may dictate your property tax rate
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 22 minutes ago
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) - You Paid For It discovers residents paying high property taxes while schools are being squeezed. I discovered residents living in some of the areas with the better school districts are paying the lowest property tax... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Marcus Pearson Appointed Country Head of Marsh NZThis is a supplied media release Marsh, a leading insurance broker and risk ad
Marcus Pearson Appointed Country Head of Marsh NZ
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 23 minutes ago
This is a supplied media release Marsh, a leading insurance broker and risk advisor, and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. (NYSE:MMC), announced today that it has appointed Marcus Pearson as Country Head of New Zealand,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Plan calls for denser, bigger AucklandAuckland's houses will grow upwards but the city's boundaries aren't coming dow
Plan calls for denser, bigger Auckland
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 minutes ago
Auckland's houses will grow upwards but the city's boundaries aren't coming down, according to the proposal for the city's long-term planning rulebook. Auckland Council on Wednesday revealed the recommendations it's been given about the layout of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Dollar drops after inflation resultThe Australian dollar is weaker after the release of figures that showed inflat
Dollar drops after inflation result
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 minutes ago
The Australian dollar is weaker after the release of figures that showed inflation is running at its lowest annual rate since 1999. The local currency was trading at 75.00 US cents at 1234 AEST, down from 75.16 US cents on Tuesday. The Australian... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Predator-Free New Zealand Critical to Dairy Industry Fonterra has welcomed the Government’s goal of New Zealand becoming predator
Predator-Free New Zealand Critical to Dairy Industry
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 minutes ago
Fonterra has welcomed the Government’s goal of New Zealand becoming predator free by 2050.“This is a hugely significant goal, and one that the dairy industry shares,” said Carolyn Mortland,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Marcus Pearson Appointed Country Head of Marsh New ZealandWednesday, 27 July 2016, 2:57 pmPress Release: Marsh Pearson Will Also Oversee
Marcus Pearson Appointed Country Head of Marsh New Zealand
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 minutes ago
Wednesday, 27 July 2016, 2:57 pmPress Release: Marsh Pearson Will Also Oversee Marsh Fiji Sydney, 27 July, 2016 – Marsh, a leading... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Commercial property’s Rising StarWednesday, 27 July 2016, 2:34 pmPress Release: Harcourts Rebecca Hilliar of NAI
Commercial property’s Rising Star
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 minutes ago
Wednesday, 27 July 2016, 2:34 pmPress Release: Harcourts Rebecca Hilliar of NAI Harcourts Hamilton Commercial has been recognised as New Zealand’s most promising commercial and... Read more
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