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05/24/2018
2018 AFR Rich List: How Donald Trump helps Anthony Pratt get richer - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

2018 AFR Rich List: How Donald Trump helps Anthony Pratt get richer
The Australian Financial Review
Pratt in the living room at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, where his membership cost $200,000. Michelle McMinn. John Stensholt AFR Woodcut. Share on twitter. by John Stensholt. It is Saturday night in late April at the luxurious Mar-a ...
Rich List: Billionaires multiply as profits surge, wages stallABC Online
Australia's rich listers saw their fortunes jump 21 per cent last yearThe Sydney Morning Herald
Anthony Pratt, Harry Triguboff and Gina Rineheart top 2018 rich list, while 'mystery' billionaire debutsNEWS.com.au
Business Insider Australia -The Australian -9news.com.au -MuMbrella
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05/24/2018
Kuwait's new threat if Australia does not send live sheep - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Kuwait's new threat if Australia does not send live sheep
Courier Mail
A MAJOR Kuwaiti importer of Australian sheep is threatening to look for new supplier countries as debate flares in Canberra over whether to ban live exports. Kuwait's Livestock Transport and Trading (Al Mawashi) wrote to federal Agriculture Minister ...
'Trust has weakened': Kuwait looks beyond Australia for sheep importsThe Sydney Morning Herald

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05/24/2018
Banking royal commission: Commonwealth Bank delayed writing to overcharged business customers - ABC Online

ABC Online

Banking royal commission: Commonwealth Bank delayed writing to overcharged business customers
ABC Online
A Commonwealth Bank executive has admitted the bank put off writing to overcharged small business customers so that he could avoid being grilled at a parliamentary hearing. Key points: CBA executive Clive van Horen back in royal commission witness box ...
'I could not get ahead': CBA kept quiet on interest overchargingThe Sydney Morning Herald
Bank admits deliberately delaying compensating customers to avoid inquiry scrutinyHerald Sun
CBA kept quiet on interest overcharging to dodge Parliamentary inquiryThe New Daily
PerthNow -9news.com.au -Reuters -My Business
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05/24/2018
BGC construction firm put up for sale to resolve Len Buckeridge heirs' family feud - ABC Online

ABC Online

BGC construction firm put up for sale to resolve Len Buckeridge heirs' family feud
ABC Online
The heirs to construction tycoon Len Buckeridge's fortune have decided to sell the $2.5 billion BGC business empire he founded more than 50 years ago. It follows a protracted legal dispute over the distribution of his fortune among 15 family members.
The BGC Group being sold to end dispute over $2.5b Buckeridge estateThe Sydney Morning Herald
Len Buckeridge heirs to sell BGC empireThe Australian
BGC among WA's largest private businessesBusiness News
The West Australian
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05/24/2018
Short sellers think these 3 ASX shares are set to fall - Motley Fool Australia

Motley Fool Australia

Short sellers think these 3 ASX shares are set to fall
Motley Fool Australia
The S&P/ASX 200 (Index:^AXJO) (ASX:XJO) feels like it's at an inflection point with investors struggling to find a new reason to buy the market. This is an environment that plays well to short-sellers, who are increasing their bearish bets against a ...

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05/24/2018
What Deutsche Bank's global job cuts target means for Aus - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

What Deutsche Bank's global job cuts target means for Aus
The Australian Financial Review
The knives are out at Deutsche Bank but we are told Australian staff can breathe a bit easier than some of their counterparts offshore. Street Talk understands that Deutsche Bank head office will be seeking to cut about 10 per cent of its Asia Pacific ...
Deutsche staff await an axeThe Australian
Deutsche Bank to slash thousands of jobs to control costsThe Sydney Morning Herald
How Deutsche Bank Can Halt Its Downward SlideWall Street Journal
Sky News -The Globe and Mail -Bloomberg -Investor's Business Daily
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05/23/2018
Westpac engaged in unconscionable conduct but failed to rig BBSW interest rate, court finds - ABC Online

ABC Online

Westpac engaged in unconscionable conduct but failed to rig BBSW interest rate, court finds
ABC Online
Despite being found to have acted unconscionably, Westpac has scored a number of legal victories after splitting from the other big banks and defending ASIC's accusations of rate rigging. Key points: Both ASIC and Westpac claimed victory in the long ...
The importance of the F word in finance revealed in Westpac's BBSW caseThe Australian Financial Review
Westpac engaged in unconscionable conduct in the bank bill market: Federal CourtNEWS.com.au
Westpac conduct 'unconscionable' but didn't rig rate, court findsThe Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian -9news.com.au -Australian Broker -SBS
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05/24/2018
Report calls into question airport monopoly - Business News

Business News

Report calls into question airport monopoly
Business News
Perth Airport's revenue per passenger has increased more than any other major airport in Australia over the past decade despite the average airfare declining more than 50 per cent, according to a new report out today. The report by Airlines for ...
Airports need regulation to stop price gouging, former competition watchdog findsABC Online
Concern over airport monopolies takes off9news.com.au
New airlines' report slams Australian airportsmicebtn
New Zealand Herald -newsroom.co.nz -The Australian Financial Review
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05/24/2018
NBN scraps plans for 100Mbps to homes on fixed wireless component - The Australian

The Australian

NBN scraps plans for 100Mbps to homes on fixed wireless component
The Australian
NBN Co has scrapped plans to offer a 100 megabits per second service to homes on the fixed wireless component of the National Broadband Network (NBN), with the company's outgoing boss Bill Morrow saying that the product is no longer on its roadmap.
NBN 'kills' plans for 100mbps to homesNEWS.com.au
NBN kills plan to offer 100Mbps wireless serviceComputerworld Australia
NBN rips up 100Mbps fixed-wireless plansZDNet
9news.com.au
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05/24/2018
FBI seeks to thwart cyber-attack on Ukraine - BBC News

BBC News

FBI seeks to thwart cyber-attack on Ukraine
BBC News
Preparations for a cyber-attack on Ukraine have been thwarted by the FBI. It seized a website that was helping communicate with home routers infected with malware that would carry out the digital bombardment. More than 500,000 routers in 54 countries ...
FBI Moves to Dismantle Network of Hacked Devices Linked to RussiaWall Street Journal
Hackers infect 500000 consumer routers all over the world with malwareArs Technica
Hackers infect 500000 routers and storage devicesiTnews
SC Magazine UK -The Independent -Gizmodo -ZDNet
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