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Elon Musk Walks Back 'Pedo Guy' Attack on Cave Diver After Investor Pressure - New York Times
New York Times
New York Times
The tech billionaire Elon Musk on Wednesday walked back his baseless claim that a British diver involved in the cave rescue efforts in Thailand was a pedophile, an accusation made after the man criticized a submarine that Mr. Musk had said he built to ...
Elon Musk apologises for his Twitter meltdown over the Thai mini-sub rescue fiasco
Insiders are questioning Musk's leadership ability after erratic rant over Thai rescue
The lesson for Elon Musk? Don't rely on fan club directors
BHP's sights on another iron ore production record - The Australian
Mining giant BHP has set its sights on delivering record iron ore production numbers in the coming 12 months after it marked a year of change with a set of better-than-expected production figures. The strong set of numbers in yesterday's June quarterly ...
BHP Billiton shares surge as miner reveals record iron ore haul to feed strong demand from China
Why I think BHP Billiton Limited (ASX:BHP) shares are racing to a new 4-year high
BHP Share Price up 3.66% After Morning Announcement
Bega Cheese buys Koroit milk-drying facility from Saputo in move expected to increase competition for milk - ABC Local
Bega Cheese has won the race to acquire Saputo's Koroit processing facility in western Victoria for $250 million. Key points Bega Cheese buys milk drying plant. Key points: Bega Cheese acquires Saputo's Koroit processing facility in western Victoria ...
Toll road, rail deals await Sims' green light
Why Bega Cheese Ltd (ASX:BGA) shares are up 5% today
Saputo sells major asset after $1.3 billion takeover in Australia
Big power users eye national energy guarantee deal - The Australian
Big power users are close to winning a major concession on planned moves to force them to guarantee electricity supply in a crucial âcircuit-breakerâ that would remove one of the key industry objections to the government's energy reform blueprint.
Bob Brown slams energy 'cop out' in new hurdle for Turnbull plan
Jawdropping 1000 sqm home is licensed to host 160 parties a year - NEWS.com.au
A RIDICULOUSLY stunning Queensland home that's soon to sell to the highest online bidder has a licence to host 160 parties a year. SEE THE PICTURES. Sophie Foster. The Courier-MailJuly 19, 20185:30am. This property might make you believe in love at ...
The new world's best airline revealed - NEWS.com.au
IT WAS known as the Queen of the Skies before falling out of favour. But now this airline has stunned by beating the likes of Qatar Airways and Emirates to be named world's best carrier. Kate Schneider@SchneiderK · news.com.auJuly 18, 201812:27pm.
Singapore Airlines named world's best, as Virgin drops nine spots
Why Qantas is getting worse and the Asian carriers are winning
RANKED: The 20 best airlines in the world
Here's why the Mandalay Bay hotel owner is suing victims of the Las Vegas shooting - ABC News
The Las Vegas hotel where gunman Stephen Paddock fired onto a concert crowd last year is suing victims of the mass shooting. Key points: MGM Resorts International has lodged a lawsuit against more than 1,000 victims; The company argued it has "no ...
#BoycottMGM goes viral after MGM Resorts sues Las Vegas victims
Casino operator MGM suing the victims of Las Vegas massacre
MGM trying to 'shift blame' with 'painful' lawsuit against Las Vegas shooting victims, attorney says
Telstra poised to cut 110 jobs across enterprise and service teams - ARNnet
Telstra is on the verge of cutting a further 110 jobs, should changes to enterprise sales and service teams go ahead. As reported by sister publication Computerworld Australia, the telecommunications giant has issued proposed operating model changes ...
Telstra job cuts: Staff pulled into redundancy discussions
EU fines Google record $6.7 billion - Nine
The European Union has fined Google a record $US5 billion ($6.7 billion) for using the market dominance of its Android mobile operating system to force handset makers to install Google apps, reducing choice for consumers. The EU said Google broke the ...
Android has created more choice, not less - Google Blog
Antitrust: Commission fines Google â¬4.34 billion for illegal practices regarding Android mobile devices to ...
Gold Coast tourism stats show China up, New Zealand down - Gold Coast Bulletin
Gold Coast Bulletin
Gold Coast Bulletin
TOURISTS are now flooding into the Gold Coast in record numbers but a surge in Chinese spending is getting the attention of tourism bosses. International visitors into Australia's tourism capital jumped 3.8 per cent to 1.05 million and the spent $1.3 ...
Qld overseas visitors up by 5.5 per cent