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12/07/2016
Rate cuts on agenda as economic growth stalls - The Australian


The Australian

Rate cuts on agenda as economic growth stalls
The Australian
Evidence of a stalling economy should be a wake-up call for financial markets and policymakers, economists have warned, as Australia faces a significant challenge to meet its long-term growth rates. As September-quarter GDP figures showed economic ...
Recession? We're not even closeThe Sydney Morning Herald
GDP slump unveils economic fragilityThe Australian Financial Review
Australian economy: Slump fears rise after worst economic performance since GFCHerald Sun
MacroBusiness (blog) -Courier Mail -The New Daily -Brisbane Times
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12/07/2016
Bunnings CEO John Gillam, the man who put paid to Woolies' Masters, steps down - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Bunnings CEO John Gillam, the man who put paid to Woolies' Masters, steps down
The Australian Financial Review
Hours before announcing his resignation, Bunnings boss John Gillam registered a new company, Descubridor (Spanish for discovery) Ventures. Jesse Marlow. Share on twitter. by Sue Mitchell. Outgoing Bunnings boss John Gillam will advise Wesfarmers on ...
John Gillam leaves Bunnings a strong workplace cultureThe Australian
Bunnings' $20 million CEO bails, leaving Wesfarmers without Australia's best retail bossThe Sydney Morning Herald
Negative number is no cliff, and yet one loomsHerald Sun
Courier Mail -The West Australian -Business News -Horticulture Week
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12/07/2016
How ThoughtWorks killed gender bias, beat Google and Facebook as a top company for women in tech - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

How ThoughtWorks killed gender bias, beat Google and Facebook as a top company for women in tech
The Sydney Morning Herald
There comes a moment in every organisation's journey, Dr Rebecca Parsons says, when the decision to fight gender bias – even if it means losing a lucrative client – is a make or break one. For Dr Parsons, the chief technology officer of software ...

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12/07/2016
Jeff Kennett lashes federal government over banking tribunal - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Jeff Kennett lashes federal government over banking tribunal
The Sydney Morning Herald
When Jeff Kennett presented Coles boss John Durkan with a demand for a compensation payment of more than $1 million to a mistreated supplier the reaction was telling. "What he said to me was 'have we given this person enough?' " Mr Kennett told Fairfax ...

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12/07/2016
ASX up despite economy fears - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

ASX up despite economy fears
The Sydney Morning Herald
A surprisingly large slump in economic growth didn't worry share investors on Wednesday, as the local market shot higher, buoyed by rising metals prices, with only energy stocks weighing on the bourse following a dip in the oil price. The 0.5 per cent ...
2 small fintech stocks I know with blockbuster potentialMotley Fool Australia
Market bets growth will come back - The West AustralianThe West Australian
Market boosted by miners and banksYahoo7 News
NEWS.com.au -The Australian -Business News -ninemsn
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12/07/2016
Wanted: pilots to patrol Asia airways - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Wanted: pilots to patrol Asia airways
NEWS.com.au
SOARING demand for air travel in the Asia-Pacific region will create the need for an extra 248,000 pilots by 2035. Aircraft manufacturer Boeing has released its annual Pilot and Technican Outlook forecasting huge numbers of jobs to be created in the ...
Boeing forecasts need for 30000 new pilots and maintainers in OceaniaAustralian Aviation
Rising demand for pilots and techniciansThe Australian
China needs 5550 new pilots a year as travel soars, Boeing saysTODAYonline
Crikey (registration) (blog) -malaysiandigest.com
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12/07/2016
Ikea's profits jump one-fifth to $6bn - NEWS.com.au

Wall Street Journal

Ikea's profits jump one-fifth to $6bn
NEWS.com.au
Swedish furniture retailer Ikea's full-year net profit rose 19.6 per cent to 4.2 billion euros ($A6.0 billion) dollars, the group says, citing growth in both mature and emerging markets. Total sales measured in euros rose 7.1 per cent to 34.2 billion ...
IKEA Adapts to Growing Urban PopulationsWall Street Journal
IKEA Just Made a $6 Billion Deal to Overhaul Its BusinessFortune
Ikea reports 15% sales rise at single Irish store in BallymunIrish Times
City A.M. -The Local Sweden -MarketWatch -Clean Energy News
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12/06/2016
BMW Finance agrees to record consumer compensation package - The Australian

The Australian

BMW Finance agrees to record consumer compensation package
The Australian
A record $72 million settlement to be paid by BMW Australia Finance for irresponsible lending is expected to grow even higher, Australian Securities and Investments Commission deputy chairman Peter Kell says. “Seventy-two-million is very likely to ...
Martin Rollers' week from hellCourier Mail
BMW to pay $57 mln for irresponsible lending in Australia - regulatorReuters

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12/06/2016
Superannuation rort 'concerning' but loophole stands - The Australian

Sky News Australia

Superannuation rort 'concerning' but loophole stands
The Australian
Treasury has no immediate plans to close a loophole that allows companies to shirk responsibility for super payments to employees who are using salary sacrifice measures to make voluntary contributions. Workers using salary sacrifice arrangements to ...
Employers are underpaying 2.4m workers superannuation: reportThe Sydney Morning Herald
Super dodgy employersThe Age
Employers 'short-changing' Australian workers by withholding superannuation payments, report saysABC Online
The Australian Financial Review -NEWS.com.au -Human Capital -Money Management
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12/06/2016
Air Force One: Things you might not know - ABC Online

ABC Online

Air Force One: Things you might not know
ABC Online
Whether your first thought is of the dramatic take-off in the blockbuster Independence Day, or the tense on-board meetings in House of Cards, Hollywood can make you feel like you know everything about Air Force One.
Donald Trump lets fly at Boeing over costs for Air Force OneThe Australian
Trump bullies Boeing and businessThe Australian Financial Review
'Unrivalled' tech on Air Force OneNEWS.com.au
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