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09/26/2016
Managerial militia in Dick Smith war zone - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Managerial militia in Dick Smith war zone
The Sydney Morning Herald
Any remaining veneer of a collegiate-like board and management at Dick Smith during the past 18 months of its corporate life has been revealed as a myth. It sounds more like a factional war zone. The NSW Supreme Court heard on Monday that the chairman ...
Dick Smith blighted by boardroom tension: chairNEWS.com.au

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09/26/2016
Domino's says pay rises no problem, seeks 2500 new workers - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Domino's says pay rises no problem, seeks 2500 new workers
The Sydney Morning Herald
High-flying Domino's Pizza Enterprises insists it can easily swallow looming pay rises for staff who missed out on penalty rates thanks to an old deal with the shop assistants' union, as it sets out to hire 2500 workers over the next two weeks. Fresh ...
5000 jobs in 50 days: 10000 jobs pledged, two weeks yet to goHerald Sun
Could latest move create unstoppable mega-chain?NEWS.com.au
Is it time up for Pizza in India?ETRetail.com
CampaignLive -The Australian Financial Review
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09/25/2016
Australia's biggest private equity deal of the year - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Australia's biggest private equity deal of the year
The Australian Financial Review
Private equity interest from Asia in Australian companies is accelerating, with Baring Asia Private Equity making a $1.1 billion takeover bid for quality assurance and risk management firm SAI Global, which has secured backing from the board and major ...
SAI Global agrees to $1b takeover bid from Hong Kong private equity firmABC Online
SAI Global ticks off on $1 billion buy outThe Sydney Morning Herald
SAI Global Limited shares surge 31% on takeover offer: Is it time to sell?Motley Fool Australia
Money Morning Australia -Business Insider Australia -SBS -Switzer Financial News
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09/26/2016
Former resources minister Ian Macfarlane says new mining job complies with code of conduct - ABC Online

ABC Online

Former resources minister Ian Macfarlane says new mining job complies with code of conduct
ABC Online
Australia's longest-serving federal resources minister, Ian Macfarlane, has rejected suggestions of a conflict of interest after taking up a job with Queensland's peak mining group. Key points: Ian Macfarlane is named as chief executive of Queensland ...
Former LNP minister Ian Macfarlane to head Queensland Resources CouncilThe Sydney Morning Herald
'Hysterical campaigns won't get anyone anywhere'Courier Mail
Former minister Ian Macfarlane takes job with mining industry lobby groupThe Guardian
The Australian -Sky News Australia -MiningNews.net (subscription) -Australian Mining
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09/26/2016
Surfstitch CFO Karen Birner departs – the company's third senior executive to go - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Surfstitch CFO Karen Birner departs – the company's third senior executive to go
The Australian Financial Review
SurfStitch's new CEO Mike Sonand is searching for a new CFO after yet another senior executive departure. Michele Mossop. Share on twitter. by Sue Mitchell. Troubled online retailer SurfStitch is searching for a new chief financial officer following ...
Surfstitch wipeout claims another scalp as CFO Karen Birner exits roleThe Australian

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09/25/2016
Amazon Australia expansion set to shake up JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Amazon Australia expansion set to shake up JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman
The Sydney Morning Herald
A major shake-up is looming in the retail sector as the giant online retailer Amazon has its sights set on the Australian market with JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman the ones with the most to fear. Amazon, called one of the largest "disruptors" for ...
Amazon could decimate JB Hi-Fi Limited and Premier InvestmentsMotley Fool Australia
Amazon plans to launch in Australia and take $4bn bite out of local salesDaily Mail
Amazon to launch in Australia?TameBay

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09/26/2016
Instant bank transfers are coming. Here's what you need to know - The New Daily

The New Daily

Instant bank transfers are coming. Here's what you need to know
The New Daily
A “fantastic” new payments system is coming to Australia that will revolutionise how we make digital payments, according to the Reserve Bank. RBA governor Philip Lowe reminded the nation of its impending arrival last week when, during a parliamentary ...
Every single senior bank executive earns more than RBA boss Philip LoweThe Sydney Morning Herald
Politicians can learns from Lowe's lesson in bankingThe Australian
New RBA governor ducks housing policy debateMacroBusiness (blog)
Crikey (registration) -Switzer Financial News -InvestorDaily -ForexLive
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09/26/2016
Strikes threaten disruption at airports, cargo terminals - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Strikes threaten disruption at airports, cargo terminals
The Australian Financial Review
Unpredictable Border Force strikes are expected to cause delays at airports and ports. Penny Stephens. Share on twitter. by David Marin-Guzman. Passengers and cargo freight operations risk delay and disruption over the next two weeks as Immigration and ...
International airport staff in Australia hold surprise strikesThe Guardian
Border Force strike action set to cause delays at Australian airports, cruise ship terminalsABC Online
Passengers at Sydney's international airport could face delays on Monday. Picture: John GraingerNEWS.com.au
Government News -The New Daily -The Australian -The Sydney Morning Herald
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09/26/2016
ASX ends flat despite drag from Woolworths, Wesfarmers - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

ASX ends flat despite drag from Woolworths, Wesfarmers
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian sharemarket shook off its negative start but failed to post a gain, ending flat as the two big consumer staple stocks, Woolworths and Wesfarmers fell on the threat of new competition. The S&P/ASX 200 Index started the week lower as it ...
Stocks swing to a positive closeThe Australian
Market flat as chance of rate hikes fadesThe West Australian
ASX ends flat as US presidential debate loomsSky News Australia
The Australian Financial Review -Reuters -Yahoo7 News -Finance News Network
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09/26/2016
Financial Synergy founder David Orford to donate some of $73 million windfall - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Financial Synergy founder David Orford to donate some of $73 million windfall
The Australian Financial Review
Financial Synergy founder David Orford and his wife Delyce plan to use some of their $73 million windfall from the $90 million sale of the business to set up scholarships. Josh Robenstone. Sally Rose. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Sally Rose.
Here's why Iress Ltd asked investors to spend $85 million todayMotley Fool Australia
IRESS to acquire Financial Synergy for $90 millionProfessional Planner
IRESS announces $85m capital raising to fund Financial SynergyThe Australian
Money Management -InvestorDaily -finews.asia
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