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05/25/2017
MFS directors hit with $615m compensation order, fines, bans - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

MFS directors hit with $615m compensation order, fines, bans
The Sydney Morning Herald
The cabal of former directors who oversaw one of Australia's biggest financial collapses has been ordered to pay $615 million in compensation to thousands of long-suffering retirees. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on Twitter TWEET; Link.
MFS bosses ordered to pay $600m compoCourier Mail

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05/25/2017
Superfast broadband networks to charge same wholesale prices as NBN - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Superfast broadband networks to charge same wholesale prices as NBN
The Sydney Morning Herald
Privately owned fibre broadband networks will not be able to charge more than NBN Co's wholesale prices, following a decision by the competition watchdog. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on Twitter TWEET; Link. ACCC chairman Rod Sims ...
ACCC rules high-speed broadband pricing must be in line with NBN, shifts on levyThe Australian
ACCC lets Telstra Corporation Ltd pass on internet tax to consumersMotley Fool Australia
'NBN Tax' ruling hits telco stocksThe Australian Financial Review
Lifehacker Australia -iTnews -Business Insider Australia -Computerworld Australia
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05/25/2017
Careers Australia enters administration - The Australian

The Australian

Careers Australia enters administration
The Australian
Thousands of students doing work placements and apprenticeships through Careers Australia have been told to stop work immediately after the training provider went into voluntary administration. Staff have also been stood down without pay as ...
'We were told it was all over': Careers Australia collapses leaving 15000 students in limboThe Sydney Morning Herald
Careers Australia 'support in place': govt9news.com.au
1100 jobs at risk as Careers Australia goes into voluntary administrationBusiness Insider Australia
Northern Star -Learning & Development Professional (blog) -NEWS.com.au
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05/25/2017
Network Ten asked to explain share price drop - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Network Ten asked to explain share price drop
The Sydney Morning Herald
A low share price of 16¢ for Network Ten has attracted a price query from the stockmarket regulator, wondering why shares have dropped 24 per cent since Tuesday. The broadcaster now has a market capitalisation of just $61 million. Play Video.
Ten responds to ASX speeding ticket, pins fall on Lazard sell-downThe Australian
Ten denies leak is behind new share price plungeMuMbrella

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05/25/2017
SurfStitch suspends shares till August, eyes negotiated settlement over $100m claim - The Australian

The Australian

SurfStitch suspends shares till August, eyes negotiated settlement over $100m claim
The Australian
Struggling surfwear retailer SurfStitch has taken the highly unusual step of calling for a suspension in the trading of its shares until the end of August, placing a three-month freeze on any investor trying to sell their stock, as it deals with a ...
SurfStitch asks to suspend shares after $100 million class actionThe Sydney Morning Herald
SurfStitch heads for the bunkerBusiness Insider Australia
Class action forces Surfstitch to suspend sharesThe Australian Financial Review
NEWS.com.au
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05/25/2017
How to survive the jobs wipe-out of the fourth industrial revolution - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

How to survive the jobs wipe-out of the fourth industrial revolution
NEWS.com.au
WE'VE all seen the headlines: millions of jobs at risk as robots take over. But Nicholas Davis is here to tell you it's not all bad news, and you can safeguard your future — although it won't be straightforward or easy. The Australian-born head of the ...

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05/25/2017
S&P500 hits a new record high, but solid retail profit held back by oil's slide - ABC Online

ABC Online

S&P500 hits a new record high, but solid retail profit held back by oil's slide
ABC Online
Wall Street's S&P500 index found a fresh high overnight, driven by some solid profit results for major US retailers, while OPEC's extension of oil production cuts sent oil prices sharply lower. Markets at 7:15am (AEST):. ASX SPI 200 futures -0.03pc to ...
Stocks in the red at noon as heavyweights drag on the marketThe Australian
Flat open ahead, Wall St rises on retail reprieveThe Australian Financial Review
Asia markets caught between oil drop and S&P 500 rallyFinancial Times
TheBull.com.au -Yahoo7 News -MarketWatch -Financial Post
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05/25/2017
Gina Rinehart: Mining magnate Australia's richest farmer - Weekly Times Now

Weekly Times Now

Gina Rinehart: Mining magnate Australia's richest farmer
Weekly Times Now
The Australian Financial Review's annual Rich List, published today, had the mining magnate who has bought swathes of Australian pastoral and farming land in recent years, as the nation's third-richest person with an estimated wealth of $10.41 billion.
Stokes, Grove rise as other media magnates fall in rich listAdNews
The 10 richest people in Australia for 2017Business Insider Australia
Gold Coast a national rich hotspotGold Coast Bulletin
Courier Mail -The National Business Review -Blayney Chronicle -New Zealand Herald
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05/25/2017
Palaszczuk keeping mum on Adani deal - The Australian

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Palaszczuk keeping mum on Adani deal
The Australian
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is remaining tight-lipped over details of the new deal on Adani's Carmichael coal mine she will take to cabinet on Monday. Ms Palaszczuk was forced to devise an alternate plan to appease both Adani and Labor's ...
Qld cabinet not split by factions: PittNEWS.com.au
Adani Carmichael mine to get six-year holiday on royalties, report saysThe Guardian
QLD fights a losing battle with AdaniMacroBusiness (blog)
Townsville Bulletin
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05/24/2017
Too big, too fast, too expensive: six reasons why Topshop failed in Australia - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Too big, too fast, too expensive: six reasons why Topshop failed in Australia
The Sydney Morning Herald
Six years after entering the Australian market with much fanfare, the local arm of the British fast-fashion giant entered voluntary administration on Wednesday. How did it go so wrong? It grew too fast. Since starting out in Australia in 2011, Topshop ...
How Topshop went from the hottest new label to hit Australian shores to a fast fashion failureNEWS.com.au
High street franchise Topshop hits a low road bumpThe Australian
Sir Philip Green's Arcadia to take control of TOPSHOP AustraliaThe Australian Financial Review
Herald Sun -ABC Online -SmartCompany.com.au -Courier Mail
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