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12/07/2016
Woolworths did not break any law with Mind the Gap scheme: Federal Court - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Woolworths did not break any law with Mind the Gap scheme: Federal Court
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims warned grocery suppliers that its failed unconscionable conduct case against Woolworths left them in an "unfortunate position" amid calls for law reform and greater protections for small ...
ACCC chair Rod Sims was hit for six by Federal Court judge. David RoweThe Australian Financial Review
Woolies' welcome win over ACCCThe Australian
Mind the Gap: Woolworths scheme to hit suppliers for extra payments cleared in case against ACCCABC Online
NEWS.com.au -Business Insider Australia -AdNews -Reuters
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12/08/2016
NAB chairman Ken Henry throws down gauntlet to Canberra: fix fiscal mess - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

NAB chairman Ken Henry throws down gauntlet to Canberra: fix fiscal mess
The Australian Financial Review
NAB chairman Ken Henry: banks expect similar funding guarantees in the next crisis. Louise Kennerley. Share on twitter. by James Eyers. National Australia Bank chairman Ken Henry has implored the government to boost spending on infrastructure, seize ...
Ken Henry bemoans 'fiscal mess' in call for bipartisanshipThe Sydney Morning Herald
Australia 'hopeless' if it can't find opportunity in Asia's middle class, Ken Henry saysABC Online

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12/08/2016
Apple payments stoush a headache for CBA - The Australian

The Australian

Apple payments stoush a headache for CBA
The Australian
Commonwealth Bank retail banking boss Matt Comyn says giving up a slice of the bank's “interchange fee” on payments to Apple is not the solution to settling a spat with the technology giant about access to the iPhone's contactless transactions. At a ...
Banks in technology arms race with banking appsThe Australian Financial Review
CBA figures show few customers pay on smart phonesThe Sydney Morning Herald

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12/08/2016
Donald Trump will never 'make America great again' without migrants - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Donald Trump will never 'make America great again' without migrants
The Sydney Morning Herald
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12/08/2016
German owner of CIMIC, Hochtief, fined $400000 for insider trading after ASIC probe - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

German owner of CIMIC, Hochtief, fined $400000 for insider trading after ASIC probe
The Sydney Morning Herald
German construction company Hochtief, the controlling shareholder in engineering contractor CIMIC Group, has been fined $400,000 after being found to have engaged in insider trading. The Federal Court handed down the fine following a civil case brought ...
Market "the victim," court says as Hochtief fined $400000 for insider tradingThe Australian Financial Review
Hochtief fined for inside tradingThe Australian

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12/08/2016
Workers and unions condemn Trump after brutal tweet criticising Carrier union president by name - Business Insider Australia

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Workers and unions condemn Trump after brutal tweet criticising Carrier union president by name
Business Insider Australia
Workers and unions are speaking out against Donald Trump, after the president-elect called out an Indiana union leader by name on Twitter. On Wednesday, Trump accused Chuck Jones — the president of the United Steelworkers (USW) Local 1999 union ...
#ImWithChuck Trends: Twitter Supports Chuck Jones With 7000 Tweets Amid Threats To Kids After Donald Trump's ...The Inquisitr
Trump embroiled in feud with Indiana labor bossPolitico
Here's Why Donald Trump Is Right About ChinaFortune
BBC News -The Economist -Quartz -New York Times
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12/08/2016
house prices are too high ... just ask CEOs - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

house prices are too high ... just ask CEOs
The Sydney Morning Herald
You know house prices in Melbourne are giving Sydney a run for its money when corporate titan after corporate titan is forced to sell stock in their company to afford a roof over their head. The latest victim is Tabcorp boss David Attenborough, who is ...

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12/08/2016
Aust e-commerce needs export focus: Fahour - The Australian

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Aust e-commerce needs export focus: Fahour
The Australian
Australian businesses are too focused on the domestic market rather than bigger markets overseas when it comes to making the best of opportunities in e-commerce, says Australia Post boss Ahmed Fahour. "I'm still somewhat surprised, if I can be critical ...
Spotlight: Australia-China relationship sign that globalization "irreversible trend": expertsXinhua
Chinese foreign investment crucial to world economy: expertsGlobal Times
Experts urge Australian gov't to help local e-commerce businesses expand globally as Chinese gov't doesecns
China Daily
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12/08/2016
Calls for corporate tax cuts after poor trade deficit - The Australian

The Australian

Calls for corporate tax cuts after poor trade deficit
The Australian
A surprising lift in the trade deficit has led to doubts about rising commodity prices rescuing economic growth and reinforced calls for the federal parliament to pass corporate tax cuts that are expected to boost investment and jobs growth. The gap ...
Wider trade gap adds to economy's worriesThe Australian Financial Review
Trade deficit blowout raises recession risk, warns economistABC Online
Recession fears as trade deficit blows outNEWS.com.au
Business Insider Australia -Shepparton News -TheBull.com.au -Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
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12/07/2016
Barnaby Joyce, Malcolm Turnbull relationship 'built on trust' - The Australian

The Australian

Barnaby Joyce, Malcolm Turnbull relationship 'built on trust'
The Australian
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says he and Malcolm Turnbull work so well together because he knows he could never take over the top job, and they share a love of botany and a “fascination in water infrastructure”. The outspoken Nationals leader ...
Joyce: don't cry in our beer over APVMA relocationQueensland Country Life
Barnaby Joyce urged to release Productivity Commission verdict on sugar marketingMy Sunshine Coast (press release)
Don Burke backs planting APVMA in Barnaby Joyce's back yardStock & Land

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