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Inquirier.net
Malaysia’s Common Ground to enter PH co-working spaceA typical Common Ground working space Common Ground, the largest co-working sp
Inquirier.net / Posted moments ago
A typical Common Ground working space Common Ground, the largest co-working space operator in Malaysia, is debuting into the Philippine property market through a joint venture with private investment firm MVP Global Infrastructure Group (MVP Global)... Read more
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News.com.au
Taxman on alert to reap returns from crypto boomCRYPTOCURRENCY traders using online investments to dodge the Australian Taxatio
News.com.au / Posted 4 minutes ago
CRYPTOCURRENCY traders using online investments to dodge the Australian Taxation Office will face a rude shock come June 30, an expert has warned. Miriam Clappis, founder of Adelaide based Fab Tax Accountants, said she has a lot of clients who have... Read more
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The Age
Mr Real Estate steps back in as crisis engulfs McGrathOne of Australia’s largest real estate agencies McGrath is in turmoil after the
The Age / Posted 6 minutes ago
One of Australia’s largest real estate agencies McGrath is in turmoil after the company’s chief executive and entire board, barring founder John McGrath, quit the company after its lower-than-expected earnings were leaked to the media. The company... Read more
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Marketing Interactive
PHD APAC CEO Susana Tsui heads to Dentsu Aegis NetworkDentsu Aegis Network has appointed Susana Tsui (pictured) as CEO of Dentsu Aegi
Marketing Interactive / Posted 6 minutes ago
Dentsu Aegis Network has appointed Susana Tsui (pictured) as CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network China. Prior to the move, Tsui was the regional CEO for Omnicom Media Group’s PHD. She will join the network in China to drive the business forward and bring the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mr Real Estate steps back in as crisis engulfs McGrathOne of Australia’s largest real estate agencies McGrath is in turmoil after the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
One of Australia’s largest real estate agencies McGrath is in turmoil after the company’s chief executive and entire board, barring founder John McGrath, quit the company after its lower-than-expected earnings were leaked to the media. The company... Read more
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Motley Fool
Will lithium shares continue to sink? Lithium shares were all the rage not too long ago but it appears things have
Motley Fool / Posted 10 minutes ago
Lithium shares were all the rage not too long ago but it appears things have changed. Numerous lithium companies saw their share prices take a beating last week amid oversupply concerns. But will the lithium... Read more
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Motley Fool
From US government shutdown to geopolitics: what should investors fear most? The US government has run out of cash. This is the headline that has dominate
Motley Fool / Posted 10 minutes ago
The US government has run out of cash. This is the headline that has dominated global news on the weekend and threatens to inject volatility into the market as the... Read more
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Motley Fool
Quintis Ltd (ASX: QIN) goes bust Quintis Ltd(ASX: QIN), which once claimed the title of the “world’s largest o
Motley Fool / Posted 10 minutes ago
Quintis Ltd(ASX: QIN), which once claimed the title of the “world’s largest owner and manager of commercial Indian sandalwood plantations”, has gone bust. Last week Quintis Ltd announced that Asia Pacific... Read more
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Motley Fool
Leading brokers name 2 ASX dividend shares to buyFinancial year 2018 is here and The Motley Fool's dividend detective Andrew Pag
Motley Fool / Posted 10 minutes ago
Financial year 2018 is here and The Motley Fool's dividend detective Andrew Page has revealed his must buy dividend share to grow your wealth in 2018. You might not know this market leader's name, but it's rapidly expanding into a highly profitable... Read more
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TheBull
Domain shares plummet after CEO quitsDomain's shares have plummeted following the surprise resignation of its chief
TheBull / Posted 11 minutes ago
Domain's shares have plummeted following the surprise resignation of its chief executive Antony Catalano which comes less than four months after the real estate classifieds business listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. By 1241 AEDT on... Read more
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TheBull
CommSec Daily Report MondayThe Australian market opened firmer this morning but has faded at lunch and is
TheBull / Posted 11 minutes ago
The Australian market opened firmer this morning but has faded at lunch and is now slightly lower for the fifth straight day. 22.01.2018 12:23 PM The Australian market opened firmer this morning but has faded at lunch and is now slightly lower for... Read more
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TheBull
Australian shares turn lower at noonAustralian shares have turned lower, after a modestly stronger start to the day
TheBull / Posted 11 minutes ago
Australian shares have turned lower, after a modestly stronger start to the day, with the banks weighing on the overall index. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 0.1 per cent to 6,002.5 points at midday (AEDT), with broad-based gains outweighed... Read more
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The Age
Mr Real Estate steps back as crisis engulfs McGrathOne of Australia’s largest real estate agencies McGrath is in turmoil after the
The Age / Posted 11 minutes ago
One of Australia’s largest real estate agencies McGrath is in turmoil after the company’s chief executive and entire board, barring founder John McGrath, quit the company after its lower-than-expected earnings were leaked to the media. The company... Read more
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Asian Venture Capital Journal
Japan’s Folio gets $63m in extended Series AAVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provi
Asian Venture Capital Journal / Posted 13 minutes ago
AVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provide advisory, financial, legal and technological services to the private equity, venture capital and M&A industries. It is packed with facts and figures on more than... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mr Real Estate steps back as crisis engulfs McGrathOne of Australia’s largest real estate agencies McGrath is in turmoil after the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
One of Australia’s largest real estate agencies McGrath is in turmoil after the company’s chief executive and entire board, barring founder John McGrath, quit the company after its lower-than-expected earnings were leaked to the media. The company... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
ASX-listed blockchain company Yojee just successfully completed live testing of a supply chain solutionDaniel Berehulak/Getty Images Shares in Yojee Limited surged after it announce
Business Insider Australia / Posted 16 minutes ago
Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images Shares in Yojee Limited surged after it announced a success first round of live testing of its supply chain blockchain solution. A short time ago, its shares were up 7.5% to $0.285. Yojee says it is well advanced with... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Philippines staying out of ‘US-China intramural’ in ScarboroughMANILA, Philippines — Malacañang won’t meddle in the tiff between China and the
Pilipino Star / Posted 19 minutes ago
MANILA, Philippines — Malacañang won’t meddle in the tiff between China and the United States over Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal in the South China Sea even if the area is within the Philippines’ exclusive economic zone. Beijing has accused Washington... Read more
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News.com.au
Kogan reports record December quarterOnline electronics retailer Kogan.com says it has enjoyed record sales and stro
News.com.au / Posted 19 minutes ago
Online electronics retailer Kogan.com says it has enjoyed record sales and strong cash flow during the Christmas season. Kogan, which also sells various non-electronic goods, insurance and travel deals, ended the December quarter with $28.2 million... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Kogan reports record December quarterOnline electronics retailer Kogan.com says it has enjoyed record sales and stro
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 minutes ago
Online electronics retailer Kogan.com says it has enjoyed record sales and strong cash flow during the Christmas season. Kogan, which also sells various non-electronic goods, insurance and travel deals, ended the December quarter with $28.2 million... Read more
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The Courier Mail
German firms optimistic for 2018More than half of Germany's industry associations have shrugged off worries abo
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 minutes ago
More than half of Germany's industry associations have shrugged off worries about US protectionist policies and Brexit, and are more positive about their situation than they were a year ago, a survey shows. The main factor holding firms back in... Read more
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NZCity
Tauranga housing least affordable: surveyTauranga has overtaken Auckland as New Zealand's least affordable housing marke
NZCity / Posted 27 minutes ago
Tauranga has overtaken Auckland as New Zealand's least affordable housing market, a survey has found. Yet the news is small consolation for residents in Auckland as the city and Tauranga still rank among the world's most expensive, according to the... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Tax stamps for alcoholic drinks implemented in 1st quarter — BIRThe Bureau of Internal Revenue will finally implement the long-delayed tax stam
Inquirier.net / Posted 30 minutes ago
The Bureau of Internal Revenue will finally implement the long-delayed tax stamps on alcoholic drinks within the first quarter as part of its priority programs to shore up revenues this year. Revenue Memorandum Circular No. 6-2018 issued by Internal... Read more
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Business Standard India
Sensex at 35,000: Existing investors should take some profit off the tableThe BSE Sensitive index, or Sensex, has hit a purple patch. With the market bre
Business Standard India / Posted 38 minutes ago
The BSE Sensitive index, or Sensex, has hit a purple patch. With the market breaching new highs, at over 35,000 points currently, stock market investors have seldom had it so good. But, when the going is so good, it is also the time to be more... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
GALLAGHER: Keeping tabs on 'twin cities' housing starts in Sioux Center, Orange CityUp the road in Sioux Center, T. Jay Larsen put the finishing touches on his wor
Sioux City Journal / Posted 38 minutes ago
Up the road in Sioux Center, T. Jay Larsen put the finishing touches on his work for the day as I pulled in. Larsen, who works for his father, Tim Larsen, at Larsen Construction of Maurice, Iowa, said this winter marks the 17th straight he and his... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Jeff Wells: Fort Morgan on healthy financial footingThe city of Fort Morgan's financial position is healthy following a period of s
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 42 minutes ago
The city of Fort Morgan's financial position is healthy following a period of significant improvement in terms of city finances, Fort Morgan City Manager Jeff Wells told the city council last week in his annual report. "We've spent a lot of time... Read more
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Boston Globe
Small business owners, city frustrated by development-led displacementsOmer Hecht knew his days as a business tenant in a Jamaica Plain industrial bui
Boston Globe / Posted 44 minutes ago
Omer Hecht knew his days as a business tenant in a Jamaica Plain industrial building were numbered when he heard the property had been sold for six times its assessed value. Sure enough, not long after the development approval process was over, his... Read more
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BBC News
Global growth back at pre-crisis levels, says World Bank - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Family & Edu
BBC News / Posted 45 minutes ago
, says World Bank - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Family & Education Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Paradise Papers Reality Check Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Global... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Buyers luck out after missed turn-off derails auction planThe three-bedroom house at 3 Peter Court, Seaford, sold for $610,000. LUCKY bu
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 45 minutes ago
The three-bedroom house at 3 Peter Court, Seaford, sold for $610,000. LUCKY buyers have won the keys to their new home in post-auction negotiations after a missed freeway turn-off made them miss the main event at the weekend. The new owners of 3... Read more
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Swissinfo
Euro Gains, Dollar Slips as Politics Dominates(Bloomberg) -- The euro advanced on optimism Germany’s Angela Merkel has made a
Swissinfo / Posted 54 minutes ago
(Bloomberg) -- The euro advanced on optimism Germany’s Angela Merkel has made a breakthrough toward her fourth term after months of stalemate, while the dollar resumed a decline as the federal government shutdown continued. Asian equities opened... Read more
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News.com.au
Buyers luck out after missed turn-off derails auction planThe three-bedroom house at 3 Peter Court, Seaford, sold for $610,000. Source:S
News.com.au / Posted 59 minutes ago
The three-bedroom house at 3 Peter Court, Seaford, sold for $610,000. Source:Supplied LUCKY buyers have won the keys to their new home in post-auction negotiations after a missed freeway turn-off made them miss the main event at the weekend. The... Read more
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