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05/24/2018
Management to pay for Wesfarmers' Bunnings UK failure, says CEO - The Australian


The Australian

Management to pay for Wesfarmers' Bunnings UK failure, says CEO
The Australian
Wesfarmers chief executive Rob Scott has admitted that management will pay the price for the disastrous decision to buy the troubled Homebase hardware chain in the UK, which has cost shareholders more than $1.5 billion in losses, but stopped short of ...
Wesfarmers CEO expects 'significant' cut to bonusesThe Australian Financial Review
Wesfarmers to sell UK Bunnings business facing a $400 million lossABC Online
Wesfarmers to sell disastrous UK Bunnings push for just £1Herald Sun
NEWS.com.au -The Sydney Morning Herald -Business Insider Australia -The Guardian
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05/24/2018
Deutsche Bank says Australian home prices will go nowhere for years - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Deutsche Bank says Australian home prices will go nowhere for years
Business Insider Australia
Australian home prices have been falling for the past six months. Deutsche Bank says real, inflation-adjusted home prices may not increase until late 2022 at the earliest. However, like most other forecasters, it is not expecting a significant price ...
Tighter credit to push house prices down more than 5pc next 12 months: UBSThe Australian Financial Review
Seven charts that show why our housing boom is endingThe Sydney Morning Herald

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05/24/2018
Bank of Melbourne used customer's $100k as 'bargaining chip' - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Bank of Melbourne used customer's $100k as 'bargaining chip'
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Bank of Melbourne tried to deal with a mistake by one of its bankers by locking up $100,000 of a customer's money in a term deposit that could not be withdrawn, the royal commission has heard. The bank made the decision without any consideration of ...
Banking royal commission: Westpac deposit demand 'too complex'The Australian
Bank of Melbourne manager reclassified property to ensure loan approval, commission hearsHerald Sun
Westpac admits loan action was wrongYahoo7 News

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05/24/2018
3 stocks at the top of the S&P/ASX200 gains list today - Motley Fool Australia

Motley Fool Australia

3 stocks at the top of the S&P/ASX200 gains list today
Motley Fool Australia
These 3 S&P/ASX 200 companies are finishing the trading week on a high at the top of the gainers list this Friday. Aristocrat Leisure Limited (ASX: ALL). Gaming developer, manufacturer and distributor Aristocrat Leisure is finishing the trading list on ...
The ASX 200 is trading lower, but these 3 stocks are having a good dayThe Capital Club

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05/24/2018
NBN boss dumps top speed of 100mbps for hundreds of thousands of fixed wireless customers - ABC Online

ABC Online

NBN boss dumps top speed of 100mbps for hundreds of thousands of fixed wireless customers
ABC Online
The company rolling out the National Broadband Network has axed the idea of providing maximum speed plans to more than 300,000 potential customers. Key points: NBN Co says it has 'killed' plans to provide 100mbps speeds on fixed wireless network; Bill ...
NBN boss admits 'we killed it' with high-speed rollout9news.com.au
NBN Co launches fresh consultation on new price modeliTnews
NBN Co ditches 100/40Mbps wireless plansiTWire
Lifehacker Australia -Computerworld Australia -finder.com.au -The Register
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05/24/2018
Qantas boss Alan Joyce likens Canberra Airport to Somali pirates; airport responds with bewilderment - ABC Online

ABC Online

Qantas boss Alan Joyce likens Canberra Airport to Somali pirates; airport responds with bewilderment
ABC Online
A fight between Qantas and Canberra Airport has escalated dramatically, with the airline releasing an email suggesting a plane was held to "ransom", and chief executive Alan Joyce comparing the airport's behaviour to that of Somali pirates. In response ...
Canberra Airport acting like pirates, says Qantas chiefThe RiotACT

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05/24/2018
How shoplifters justify theft at supermarket self-service checkouts - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

How shoplifters justify theft at supermarket self-service checkouts
NEWS.com.au
THE rise of self-service checkouts has turned more and more shoppers into thieves - because there are so many ways to fall into the shoplifting trap. Emmeline Taylor, The Conversation. news.com.auMay 25, 201811:05am. Self-service checkouts invite ...
Tricks people use on self-service checkoutsWhitsunday Times

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05/24/2018
Australia has stopped printing money because the RBA won't give its workers their pay rise - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Australia has stopped printing money because the RBA won't give its workers their pay rise
Business Insider Australia
Australia has stopped printing money for the first time in 107 years. And the bad news for some travellers is the facility for printing money, in Craigieburn, Victoria, also prints passports. Note Printing Australia (NPA) handles all of the Reserve ...
Strike interrupts bank note printing for first time in a centuryThe Sydney Morning Herald

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05/24/2018
Uber self-driving car that fatally struck pedestrian was not programmed to brake - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Uber self-driving car that fatally struck pedestrian was not programmed to brake
The Sydney Morning Herald
Uber's self-driving vehicle wasn't programmed to stop for obstructions in its path, including the pedestrian it struck and killed last March in Arizona, according to federal investigators. Video Player is loading. Play Video. Play. Unmute. 0:00. /. 0 ...
Uber disabled emergency brake in self-drive car before fatal crashThe Australian
Uber fatal crash report shows car had emergency braking switched off by designThe Register
Uber ends self-driving program in ArizonaNEWS.com.au
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05/24/2018
Aus domestic passengers pay more: report - NEWS.com.au

Aus domestic passengers pay more: report
NEWS.com.au
Australia's airports are concerned airlines have reduced the number of domestic flights and jacked up prices, despite growing demand. Benita Kolovos. Australian Associated PressMay 25, 201812:07pm. Australia's airports are concerned that fewer domestic ...

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