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09/27/2016
The big banks have paid out $200 million in compensation - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

The big banks have paid out $200 million in compensation
The Sydney Morning Herald
We now have a pricetag for the recent spate of "bank bastardry" – as government MP Warren Entsch has colourfully characterised a mounting litany of poor behaviour. Figures from the corporate watchdog for the year to June 30, 2016 show more than $200 ...

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09/27/2016
Domino's slices 'unsanitised' research - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Domino's slices 'unsanitised' research
The Sydney Morning Herald
Listed darling Domino's Pizza's chief pizza tosser Don Meij was far from pleased to receive a second serve of a certain Deutsche Bank research note on the company. Deutsche Bank analyst Michael Simotas caused Domino's some considerable heartburn in ...

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09/27/2016
Cover-More defends its US takeover plans - The Australian

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Cover-More defends its US takeover plans
The Australian
Mike Emmett, the chief executive of travel insurance group Cover-More, has defended the company's due diligence for its $140 million takeover of Travelex Insurance Services, North America's third largest travel insurer. Cover-More is launching a $73m ...
Shareholders back Cover-More's $138 million deal to buy Travelex InsuranceThe Australian Financial Review
Cover-More to buy US business for $138mNEWS.com.au
Cover-More Group Ltd announces $138 million Travelex acquisitionMotley Fool Australia
Business Insider Australia -Business Review Australia -Insurance Business -SBS
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09/27/2016
flights to Bali cancelled due to another ash cloud - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

flights to Bali cancelled due to another ash cloud
The Sydney Morning Herald
Passengers are seen checking the departure information board at Denpasar Airport on Tuesday night. Photo: Paul Rovere. Volcanic activity has once again stopped travellers in their tracks with Jetstar, Virgin and Tigerair cancelling a string of flights ...
Hundreds stranded as Bali flights cancelled due to volcanic ash cloudThe West Australian
Holiday chaos: Hundreds stranded as Bali flights cancelled due to volcanic ash cloudYahoo7 News
Volcanic ash from Mount Rinjani forces cancellation of Bali flightsABC Online
9news.com.au -dailytelegraph.com.au -Sky News Australia -Travel+Leisure
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09/27/2016
Trump win could thump Aussie dollar - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Trump win could thump Aussie dollar
Courier Mail
TRUMPANOMICS could do what the Reserve Bank has failed to do and send the Aussie dollar tumbling, currency analysts say. Strategists at the Commonwealth Bank say the Australian dollar could fall up to 10 per cent if Republican presidential candidate ...
Australian dollar tipped to fall if Donald Trump is elected PresidentNEWS.com.au
Clinton's debate gives $A a liftYahoo7 News
The US presidential debate will 'Trump' all for the Australian dollar todayBusiness Insider Australia
The Australian -The Indian Express
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09/27/2016
Senate urged to pass tax reforms - The Australian

The Australian

Senate urged to pass tax reforms
The Australian
Big business is urging politicians against confining tax cuts to smaller companies, warning that Australia's competitiveness would “barely improve” if core planks of the government's company tax cut plan are shelved because of an obstructionist Senate.
Australia can't afford not to cut company tax ratesThe Australian Financial Review

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09/27/2016
Alinta Energy reboots with $2bn raising - The Australian

The Australian

Alinta Energy reboots with $2bn raising
The Australian
The power company that was once the poster child of the debt-fulled excesses leading up to the global financial crisis is set to return to the stock exchange, but this time with a promise of a sober utility. Alinta Energy rose from the ashes several ...
Morgans, Bell Potter, Evans & Partners appointed to Alinta Energy IPOThe Australian Financial Review

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09/27/2016
Chinese grey market a '$1 billion tax hole' - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Chinese grey market a '$1 billion tax hole'
NEWS.com.au
THEY came to public attention last year at the height of the baby formula shortage that wreaked havoc in our supermarkets. But the network of Chinese personal shoppers known as daigou have been quietly working away behind the scenes Australia's retail ...
Australia 'losing $1bn tax revenue' from Chinese shoppers known as daigouDaily Mail
Chinese hunger for Australia food leaves A$1 billion tax holeReuters

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09/27/2016
Fyfe named Country Road boss - The Australian

The Australian

Fyfe named Country Road boss
The Australian
South Africa's Woolworths Holdings has appointed a 20-year veteran of British retailer Marks and Spencer as the new boss of its Country Road Group, marking the third boss of the Australian fashion chain in as many years. Woolworths Holdings, which also ...
Woolworths Holdings appoints new Country Road bossThe Sydney Morning Herald
M&S menswear director quits to head up Australian retail chainRetail Gazette (blog)
M&S's Scott Fyfe heads down under to Country RoadDrapers
BDlive
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09/27/2016
We're only slowly waking up to the lazy tax - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

We're only slowly waking up to the lazy tax
The Sydney Morning Herald
The good news is that Australians are waking up to their own stupidity in paying the biggest of our several lazy taxes – the billions of extra dollars we shell out on our mortgages when there are cheaper loans on offer. The ridiculous news is that it's ...

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