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03/29/2017
Premier's swoop on Myer points to corporate play - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Premier's swoop on Myer points to corporate play
The Sydney Morning Herald
If history is any guide, Solomon Lew's swoop on a significant stake in Myer is from a playbook he's used many times before. Late on Wednesday, Premier Investments, which is about 40 per cent owned by Mr Lew revealed it had built a 10.77 per cent stake ...
Solomon Lew reveals $100m hand in MyerThe Australian
Solomon Lew now the biggest shareholder in MyerHerald Sun
Solomon Lew's Premier Investments confirms 10.8pc stake in MyerThe Australian Financial Review
ABC Online -Money Morning Australia -Business Insider Australia -Courier Mail
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03/29/2017
Donald Trump dumps Barack Obama's 'job-killing' climate laws - The Australian

The Australian

Donald Trump dumps Barack Obama's 'job-killing' climate laws
The Australian
Donald Trump declared an end to the war on coal as he unveiled a sweeping assault on Barack Obama's climate-change legacy yesterday. The US President signed several pro-fossil-fuel changes that place job creation ahead of laws restricting carbon ...
China and EU recommit on climate change after Trump backs offIrish Times
China sticks to Paris accord despite TrumpNEWS.com.au
North Korea May Be Key to Trump's Coal AmbitionsBloomberg
The Guardian -Vox -E&E News -National Geographic
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03/29/2017
Defiant Brexit Voters Ready for the Pain - Daily Beast

Daily Beast

Defiant Brexit Voters Ready for the Pain
Daily Beast
As Britain pulls out of the European Union, hardcore Brexit areas are standing firm behind the 'Leave' vote despite the country's economic worries. Nico Hines · Kimberly Dozier. 03.29.17 1:00 AM ET. Castle Point, Essex, ENGLAND—Looking out from the ...

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03/29/2017
'Excessive' rise in minimum pay tipped to lengthen dole queues - The Australian

The Australian

'Excessive' rise in minimum pay tipped to lengthen dole queues
The Australian
The Turnbull government has warned “excessive” increases in the minimum wage will cost jobs, urging the Fair Work Commission to take a cautious approach when determining an annual rise for the nation's lowest paid. As employers slammed the ACTU”s ...
Turnbull government fights union push for increase to minimum wagedailytelegraph.com.au
Sally McManus and the long sad decline of the ACTUThe Australian Financial Review
Paul Keating says neo-liberalism is at 'a dead end' after Sally McManus speechThe Sydney Morning Herald
The Advertiser -Sky News Australia -Grenfell Record and Bland Advertiser -ABC Online
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03/29/2017
10 of the ASX's best dividend shares you've never heard of - Motley Fool Australia

Simply Wall St

10 of the ASX's best dividend shares you've never heard of
Motley Fool Australia
You could go and buy Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS) shares, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) shares or Woolworths Limited (ASX: WOW) shares, but there are many great ASX shares you've probably never heard of hidden just a little further ...
Australia stocks higher at close of trade; S&P/ASX 200 up 0.90%Investing.com
Myer Holdings Ltd (ASX:MYR): Suddenly Back In FavourSimply Wall St

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03/29/2017
Big business chiefs mount last-ditch company tax cut campaign - The Australian

The Australian

Big business chiefs mount last-ditch company tax cut campaign
The Australian
The nation's biggest employers predict an economic pay-off “in a matter of months” from Malcolm Turnbull's troubled company tax cuts, as they launch a last-ditch plea to the Senate to pass the reforms in full in the name of lifting growth. Ahead of a ...
'It's the only plan Australia has': business pleads to Senate for company tax cutsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Business leaders pressure senators to pass Turnbull's corporate tax cuts in fullThe Guardian

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03/28/2017
The last stand: Land titles sale - Government News

Government News

The last stand: Land titles sale
Government News
As the minutes tick down on the deadline for private sector bids to run the NSW land titles registry opposition to the sale is intensifying. The Berejiklian Government's plans to flog the only profitable part of the Land and Property Information (LPI ...
Commuters will have months of pain, but Gladys Berejiklian never asked if it was worth itThe Sydney Morning Herald
Alan Jones attack on Gladys Berejiklian: 'Not in a million light years'Bellingen Courier Sun
Red tape puts 50000 homes 'in limbo'The Australian
Wingham Chronicle -Eden Magnet -Shepparton News -Riverine Herald
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03/29/2017
Woolworths quietly jacks up meat prices - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Woolworths quietly jacks up meat prices
NEWS.com.au
JUST two months after boasting about “making iconic Aussie meat cuts more affordable”, Woolworths has quietly jacked up its meat prices by up to 10 per cent. The supermarket, which has invested about $1 billion since 2015 on lowering prices to match ...
A good time to be a vegetarian: Woolworths quietly puts up prices of meat by an extra 10 per centDaily Mail
Woolworths warns prices will rise on surging electricity costsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths seeks cheaper organics, longer-term supply contractsThe Australian
The Australian Financial Review -Herald Sun -FOOD Magazine - Australia -FreshPlaza
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03/28/2017
Amazon Confirmed, Big Brands Develop Amazon Strategies - ChannelNews

ChannelNews

Amazon Confirmed, Big Brands Develop Amazon Strategies
ChannelNews
Amazon who have confirmed that they will be fully operational in Australia by 2018, is set to target the consumer electronics market in 2017, with global manufacturers now working to embrace the global online retailer. Several brands that ChannelNews ...
Amazon confirms Australian launch, Amazon Prime shipping here in 2018finder.com.au
Amazon to be fully operational in Australia by end of 2018, reports 'Fairfax'Books+Publishing (subscription)

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03/29/2017
NAB hails default super competition proposal - The Australian

The Australian

NAB hails default super competition proposal
The Australian
National Australia Bank has lauded the Productivity Commission's proposal to inject competition into the $500 billion default superannuation market, as union and employer-backed industry funds warn planned measures could unseat consumer safeguards ...
Federal government picks fight with super industryThe Sydney Morning Herald
Default super proposals could push more people into high-cost fundsThe New Daily
How the Productivity Commission can shake up superThe Australian Financial Review
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