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09/19/2017
Toys 'R' Us brought down by heavy debt and online shopping - The Australian


The Australian

Toys 'R' Us brought down by heavy debt and online shopping
The Australian
Toys 'R' Us, the rainbow-coloured toy emporium that for decades was the go-to spot for birthday and holiday gifts, filed for bankruptcy protection yesterday, undone by debt and the rapid shift to online shopping. As part of the restructuring process ...
Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy ahead of holiday seasonReuters
Toys R Us files for bankruptcy protection as the holiday shopping season nearsLos Angeles Times
Ahead Of The Holiday Season, Toys R Us Files For Bankruptcy ProtectionNPR
Billboard -Bloomberg -Forbes -Fortune
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09/19/2017
Housing market concerns weigh on RBA - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

Housing market concerns weigh on RBA
Sky News Australia
Worries about the state of Australia's housing market, persistent high levels of debt and the high Aussie dollar convinced the Reserve Bank to keep its official interest rate on hold in September, despite improvements in the jobs market. Continuing ...
Markets Live: Choppy day ends lowerThe Sydney Morning Herald
RBA sees glass half-full but wage growth could delay hikesHerald Sun
Wages will gradually pick-up with jobs:RBAThe Australian
NEWS.com.au -Business Insider Australia -Brisbane Times -Huffington Post Australia
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09/19/2017
BHP spells out climate change disagreements with Minerals Council - The Australian

The Australian

BHP spells out climate change disagreements with Minerals Council
The Australian
BHP Billiton has officially split from the Minerals Council of Australia's climate change position, with the big miner renewing calls for a Clean Energy Target and stressing emissions reduction is critical to any solution to Australia's power crisis ...
BHP's top mining executive calls for more reliable energy supplyThe Sydney Morning Herald
BHP agrees to rethink its links to Minerals Council of AustraliaThe Guardian

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09/19/2017
Big bank mergers: ACCC wants 'four pillars' policy examined - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Big bank mergers: ACCC wants 'four pillars' policy examined
The Sydney Morning Herald
The consumer watchdog wants the "four pillars" policy that prevents big bank mergers to be put under the microscope, saying there is an argument it insulates the banks from fierce competition. Amid fierce political pressure on banks, the Australian ...
ACCC tells car makers to lift their gameThe Australian
Dealers squeezed by car manufacturers at consumers' expense::Invest in Australia
Car Dealers Screwed By Manufacturers At Consumers' ExpenseCanstar
Behind the Wheel -Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
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09/19/2017
AGL may turn to gas, as power units fail - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

AGL may turn to gas, as power units fail
The Sydney Morning Herald
AGL may consider converting its Liddell power station to gas as its coal-fired generation units fail in future years. The potential of the re-purposing of the existing plant was highlighted during a media site visit on Tuesday to a plant that has ...
AGL invites us to tour 'old lady' Liddell, and she's not prettyThe Australian
Liddell power station on 'sliding scale to oblivion', AGL general manager saysABC Online
AGL says it would be too expensive to keep Liddell power station running beyond 2022Daily Telegraph
9news.com.au -Newcastle Herald -The Guardian -Sky News Australia
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09/19/2017
TPG's CEO David Teoh upbeat on $600m network - The Australian

The Australian

TPG's CEO David Teoh upbeat on $600m network
The Australian
TPG boss David Teoh says he's confident the telco can become a heavyweight mobile provider but admits the company has a massive task ahead of it. Earlier this year, TPG paid $1.26 billion for a piece of the nation's 4G mobile spectrum and is planning ...
TPG lifts profit but warns of NBN pressureThe Sydney Morning Herald
Why the TPG Telecom Ltd (ASX: TPM) share price is rising todayMotley Fool Australia
TPG's NBN user base hits 561000iTnews
CRN Australia -ARNnet -Money Morning Australia -ZDNet
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09/18/2017
PM Malcolm Turnbull 'Yeah nahs' Tony Abbott's budgie smugglers - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

PM Malcolm Turnbull 'Yeah nahs' Tony Abbott's budgie smugglers
9news.com.au
Last week Malcolm Turnbull celebrated two years in the top job, and after such a long time running the country, he stopped by TODAY Extra for a few laughs. The trio touched on some business – brushing over topical issues including the sugar tax and the ...
Turnbull says 'yeah nah' to Abbott speedosSBS

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09/19/2017
Aussie bond yields outstrip US as investor confidence grows - The Australian

The Australian

Aussie bond yields outstrip US as investor confidence grows
The Australian
Growing investor confidence in the Australian economic outlook has pushed rates on government bonds up to their highest level in six months. Although government bond rates are rising everywhere, as major central banks move closer to unwinding their ...
Shellfish thief netted by Vic authorities9news.com.au

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09/18/2017
Old Royal Adelaide Hospital $1 billion luxury redevelopment proposal collapses - ABC Online

ABC Online

Old Royal Adelaide Hospital $1 billion luxury redevelopment proposal collapses
ABC Online
A $1 billion deal for a private consortium to redevelop the vacant Royal Adelaide Hospital site has fallen through, with the State Government instead announcing it will manage a significantly smaller project on the site. The Government this morning ...
Weatherill 'to go it alone' on $1bn hospital site redevelopmentThe Australian
Stephen Mullighan: Taxpayers will come first with redevelopment of old Royal Adelaide Hospital siteThe Advertiser
Old hospital development changes tackNEWS.com.au
InDaily -Business News Australia
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09/19/2017
Spotless seeks to quash 'embarrassing' Manus Island allegations - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Spotless seeks to quash 'embarrassing' Manus Island allegations
The Sydney Morning Herald
Lawyers for catering and cleaning group Spotless are seeking to remove "embarrassing" allegations about the company's bid for the Manus Island contract from a Federal Court class action claim. The centre of the allegations is that Spotless ignored its ...

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