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08/17/2018
Corporate cop poised for legal action on fees for no service - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Corporate cop poised for legal action on fees for no service
The Sydney Morning Herald
The corporate regulator says it is poised to launch legal action against major financial institutions over the still-unfolding "fees for no service" scandal, the compensation for which may exceed $1 billion, it has been revealed. Peter Kell, deputy ...
ASIC preparing brief for Commonwealth DPP over fees-for-no-service rortsHerald Sun
Fees for no service compo may top $1bnPerthNow

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08/17/2018
Elon Musk confronts a fateful tweet and an 'excruciating' year - SBS

SBS

Elon Musk confronts a fateful tweet and an 'excruciating' year
SBS
Elon Musk was at home in Los Angeles, struggling to maintain his composure. “This past year has been the most difficult and painful year of my career,” he said. “It was excruciating.” The year has only gotten more intense for Mr Musk, the chairman and ...
Elon Musk, Amid Tesla Furor, Tells of 'Most Difficult' YearNew York Times
For Tesla, 'going dark' might not be as easy as just turning off the lightsCNBC
'Most difficult, painful year': Elon Musk in tears in new interview9news.com.au
VentureBeat -Financial Times -PerthNow -Irish Times
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08/17/2018
Suddenly, the RBA seems to think missing its inflation target is a good thing - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Suddenly, the RBA seems to think missing its inflation target is a good thing
Business Insider Australia
RBA governor Philip Lowe says lower inflation in the near-term is “good news”, because it eases cost of living pressures for households. But low inflation is only helpful because the economy is running at a sub-optimal level, and wage growth remains low.
'I have been appalled': RBA chief slams banks over their behaviourThe Sydney Morning Herald
RBA governor Philip Lowe 'incredibly disappointed' and 'appalled' at bank behaviourThe Australian
Tightening of credit 'not an overreaction': RBAThe Adviser
ABC News -Mortgage Business -PerthNow -MacroBusiness (blog)
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08/16/2018
Young man wins $50m jackpot - Mackay Daily Mercury

Herald Sun

Young man wins $50m jackpot
Mackay Daily Mercury
A MELBOURNE man in his 20s has been revealed as one of two lucky winners of last night's record-breaking Powerball draw. Speaking to officials late this morning to confirm his mammoth prize, the winner - who wishes to remain anonymous - confessed he ...
Young Melbourne man wins $50 million with last minute ticket9news.com.au
First $50 million Powerball winner comes forwardYahoo News
Two split record $100m Powerball jackpotCootamundra Herald
Triple M -Rockhampton Morning Bulletin -TVNZ
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08/16/2018
Kogan profits jump 277 per cent months after founder and chief financial officer offload $42 million stake - ABC News

ABC News

Kogan profits jump 277 per cent months after founder and chief financial officer offload $42 million stake
ABC News
Online retailer Kogan.com has reported its annual profit surged 277 per cent, almost quadrupling to $14.1 million. The company said it experienced strong growth in its active customer base, up 45.3 per cent to 1.39 million customers. Although its ...
Kogan's profit nearly quadruples on expanded product rangeThe Sydney Morning Herald
This is how just 1% of the market is driving growth at Kogan.comBusiness Insider Australia
Wider product range boosts Kogan profitPerthNow
iTWire -The Australian Financial Review -CRN Australia -Appliance Retailer
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08/17/2018
Foodora enters into administration despite claims it was 'solvent' - ABC News

ABC News

Foodora enters into administration despite claims it was 'solvent'
ABC News
Delivery food company Foodora has entered into voluntary administration, two weeks after it told the ABC it was "solvent". "While Foodora's intention was to wind down its affairs in Australia in an orderly fashion and with the support of its parent ...
Foodora just put its Australian business into voluntary administrationBusiness Insider Australia
Foodora placed in voluntary administrationAustralian Hospitality Magazine

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08/17/2018
Nation's top companies' payout of $74 billion outpace global dividend growth in past 12 months - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Nation's top companies' payout of $74 billion outpace global dividend growth in past 12 months
Herald Sun
AUSTRALIA'S biggest companies paid out $74 billion in dividends in the year to June — up a record 14 per cent and outpacing global dividend growth, according to research. The latest dividend report from asset manager Janus Henderson shows globally, ...

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08/16/2018
Forget empires: Australia's company giants plan to shrink to greatness - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Forget empires: Australia's company giants plan to shrink to greatness
Brisbane Times
Empire-building is so yesterday. Defying a global spike in acquisitions, some of the country's biggest and oldest companies are trying to shrink to greatness. Commonwealth Bank, Wesfarmers and Telstra are potentially spinning off assets collectively ...
Coles carved off: Uncertain future of supermarket giantNEWS.com.au
Uncertain future of supermarket giant ColesChronicle
Aldi boss makes big confessionIpswich Advertiser
Bloomberg
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08/17/2018
ASX shrugs off global sell-off to hit 10-year high - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

ASX shrugs off global sell-off to hit 10-year high
The Sydney Morning Herald
Despite a volatile week for global markets, the Australian sharemarket has closed the week with a fresh 10-year high, rising on the strength of strong earnings results. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 60.8 points, or 1 per cent, this week to close at 6339.2 ...
New 10-year high on earnings: Aus shares close 0.2% higherFinance News Network
ASX at lunchtime: All Ordinaries Index higher; Ausdrill shares jump higherThe Capital Club

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08/17/2018
WA Alcoa workers to continue strike - NEWS.com.au

WA Alcoa workers to continue strike
NEWS.com.au
The AWU says workers at two Alcoa bauxite mines and three refineries in WA have resolved to continue an indefinite strike after EBA talks collapsed. Australian Associated PressAugust 17, 20186:38pm. Alcoa workers at two bauxite mines and three ...

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