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Woolworths beats Coles in same-stores sales - The Australian
Brad Banducci, the management consultant turned grocer, has woken Woolworths from a seven-year malaise by finally beating arch rival Coles at supermarket same-store sales growth to stoke investor hopes of a long promised return to form for the nation's ...
Woolworths goes after the family spend
Woolworths stops 'leakage' to Aldi
Woolworths cuts dividend after profits fall 17pc to $786m
Fairfax Media confirms Domain spin-off, reports 6 per cent growth in half-year profits - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
Fairfax Media investors sent the media company's share price to a six-month high after it confirmed it would float online real estate site Domain as a separate business on the stock market and hinted its streaming video and car classified businesses ...
Fairfax stages about-turn on print strategy
Fairfax Media survives five years of structural change
Fairfax says Domain ready to stand alone
Coca-Cola Amatil feels heat as shoppers eye cheaper rivals - The Australian
Coca-Cola Amatil is feeling the pinch as thrifty shoppers opt for heavily discounted supermarket bottled water and soft drinks, forcing chief executive Alison Watkins to rebalance the bottler's beverage portfolio and slash shelf prices to compete. Ms ...
Water fight as Coca-Cola Amatil finds revenues evaporate with greater competition
Coca-Cola Amatil to close Thebarton plant by 2019, move operations primarily to Queensland
Coca-Cola Amatil reshapes as profit slides
RBA's Philip Lowe says household debt levels to halt rate cuts - The Australian
Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe has singled out the âsobering combinationâ of Australia's world-beating household debt alongside anaemic wage growth, in an otherwise optimistic speech that played down the prospect of further interest rate cuts.
RBA governor Philip Lowe urges business to get on with investment
Reserve Bank's hands tied as wage growth hits new record low
Reserve Bank expresses concern that households will curb spending to manage mounting debt piles
Blackmores takes sales hit in China - The Australian
A dramatic drop in Chinese consumers filling suitcases with Blackmores products in Australia, to resell in the economic powerhouse, has fuelled a sharp drop in the vitamin maker's profit. The company yesterday reported a 42 per cent slump in net profit ...
Blackmores hit by Aust vitamin sales slump
Blackmores hit by vitamin sales slump
Blackmores shares hit hard on back of changing path to China
New Brisbane cruise ship terminal on cards - Courier Mail
BRISBANE could have a mega cruise ship terminal by 2019 as the world's biggest ocean liners set course for Queensland. Ovation of the Seas, the world's fourth biggest cruise ship, docked in the drab surrounds of the Fisherman's Island grain terminal on ...
Brisbane's $100m Luggage Point cruise ship terminal to be ready by late 2019
World's fourth-largest cruise ship, the Ovation of the Seas, docks in Brisbane
Qld welcomes fourth-largest cruise ship
Wage growth remains at record lows - ABC Online
Australian workers continue to face record low wage rises, with the downturn in the mining sector driving the weak outcomes. The Bureau of Statistics Wage Price Index rose 1.9 per cent over the past year and by 0.5 per cent over the December quarter ...
Budget outlook dismal as private sector wage growth hits fresh all-time low
Construction work won't add to Q4 growth
Wage growth slows to a record low
Recent purchases give Woodside two-year start on rivals - The Australian
Woodside Petroleum chief executive Peter Coleman says acquisitions conceived last year when it appeared the oil price would be lower for longer have given the company a two-year headstart on its rivals and the company needs to press home that ...
Woodside eyes lift to gas processing to feed growth ambitions
Woodside Petroleum breathes new life into Pluto LNG expansion plans
Woodside raises payout on profit surge
Bill Shorten sticks to his guns on green energy targets - The Australian
Bill Shorten will reaffirm Labor's 50 per cent renewable energy target today, as the Opposition Leader accuses the government of waging a âscare campaignâ on green power that is frightening investors. Recommitting Labor to an emissions intensity scheme ...
Shorten goes on front foot over renewables 50% 'target'
Shorten plan to set Aust up for a century
Making Australia great again: the Trump effect takes hold
Fortescue Metals founder Andrew Forrest's luck turns again as iron ore price jumps - ABC Online
The surge in iron ore prices has once again boosted the fortunes of Fortescue Metals (FMG) and its billionaire founder Andrew Forrest. The world's fourth biggest iron ore miner says half-year profit jumped nearly 300 per cent to $US1.2 billion for the ...
Fortescue's Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest gets a $200 million payday
Fortescue declares bumper 20Â¢ dividend
Cost cuts, de-leveraging vital to Fortescue's result