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09/25/2016
SAI Global agrees to $1b takeover bid from Hong Kong private equity firm - ABC Online


ABC Online

SAI Global agrees to $1b takeover bid from Hong Kong private equity firm
ABC Online
Industry standards and compliance company SAI Global has agreed to a $1 billion takeover bid from Hong Kong private equity firm Baring Private Equity Asia. SAI Global said its directors unanimously supported the $4.75 per share cash takeover bid, which ...
SAI Global ticks off on $1 billion buy outThe Sydney Morning Herald
Why Baring Asia ventured into the Australian market with SAI GlobalThe Australian Financial Review
SAI Global accepts $1.1b Baring bidNEWS.com.au
Motley Fool Australia -Business Insider Australia -The Australian -Reuters
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09/25/2016
Every single senior bank executive earns more than RBA boss Philip Lowe - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Every single senior bank executive earns more than RBA boss Philip Lowe
The Sydney Morning Herald
CBD spent the weekend digesting the extraordinary public debut of our new Reserve Bank Governor, Philip Lowe. He proved to be extraordinarily frank about what he thought of the bonus-fed culture of our banking sector last week. The "poor outcomes", he ...
Politicians can learns from Lowe's lesson in bankingThe Australian
New RBA governor ducks housing policy debateMacroBusiness (blog)
Shares rally on central bank movesSwitzer Financial News
InvestorDaily -ForexLive -Nasdaq
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09/25/2016
Ian Macfarlane appointed to run Queensland mining lobby - ABC Online

ABC Online

Ian Macfarlane appointed to run Queensland mining lobby
ABC Online
Australia's longest-serving federal resources minister Ian Macfarlane has been appointed to lead Queensland's peak mining lobby group. The former member for Groom has accepted the role as the chief executive of the Queensland Resources Council, and ...
Ian Macfarlane to head Queensland Resources CouncilThe Australian
Ian Macfarlane to lead Queensland Resources CouncilThe Sydney Morning Herald
Ian Macfarlane joins Qld Resources CouncilQueensland Country Life
MiningNews.net (subscription) -The Australian Financial Review -Australian Mining -Courier Mail
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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 Australia market with JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman the ones with the most to fear. In what is called one of the largest "disruptors" for ...

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09/25/2016
Markets Live: Woolies deep in red - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Woolies deep in red
The Sydney Morning Herald
Shares trade slightly lower, with Woolies and Wesfarmers leading the way down, as last week's rally takes a break, after Wall Street and oil prices slid on Friday. SAI Global shares soar more than 30% after accepting private equity takeover offer ...
Today's Trade: Energy saps ASX winning streakTradingFloor.com

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09/25/2016
ASX poised to fall; Wall St slides on oil, techs - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

ASX poised to fall; Wall St slides on oil, techs
The Australian Financial Review
Wall Street retreated on Friday as lower oil prices weighed on energy shares and Facebook and Apple declined, but major indexes still posted gains for the week. Michael Nagle. Australian shares are poised to fall after Saudi Arabia sought to ease ...
Aust shares slip on early profit takingYahoo7 News
Tech weakness pulls plug on Wall St gainsHerald Sun
Wall Street falls as energy lags; shares post gains on weekReuters
GMA News -Channel NewsAsia
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09/25/2016
Mums and dads fuelling economic growth, say leaders - The West Australian

Brisbane Times

Mums and dads fuelling economic growth, say leaders
The West Australian
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Global leaders change direction while we play gamesThe Sydney Morning Herald
OECD: Weak Trade, Financial Distortions Damage Global Growth ProspectsCFO innovation ASIA
OECD trims global growth forecastsTimes of Malta

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09/25/2016
Climate change: Survey finds 77pc of Australians believe it is occurring - ABC Online

ABC Online

Climate change: Survey finds 77pc of Australians believe it is occurring
ABC Online
A survey of more than 2,000 Australians by the Climate Institute has found 77 per cent believe climate change is occurring and 90 per cent believe the Federal Government has a responsibility to drive action on it.
The real lesson from SA electricity 'crisis': we need better climate policyRenewEconomy
Climate science support puts pressure on TurnbullThe Australian
More support for climate change: reportNEWS.com.au
Herald Sun (blog) -The Sydney Morning Herald -The Guardian -Mashable
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09/25/2016
International airport staff in Australia hold surprise strikes - The Guardian

The Guardian

International airport staff in Australia hold surprise strikes
The Guardian
Airport staff are holding periodic 30-minute strikes across the next two weeks as part of an ongoing pay dispute. Photograph: Julian Smith/AAP. Paul Karp · @Paul_Karp. Sunday 25 September 2016 23.06 EDT Last modified on Sunday 25 September 2016 ...
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
Extra staff brought in for airport strikesSBS
9news.com.au -The Sydney Morning Herald -The Australian -The West Australian
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09/25/2016
Mechanical fault may have triggered Sydney crane collapse, CFMEU says - ABC Online

ABC Online

Mechanical fault may have triggered Sydney crane collapse, CFMEU says
ABC Online
A mechanical fault is likely to blame for a crane collapse which injured three men in North Sydney, the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) has said. A crane works on a closed street. Photo: Crews worked through the night to recover ...
North Sydney crane collapse: Road closures in place during dismantlingPerth Now
Crane dismantled after Sydney collapseNEWS.com.au
'Dangerous process' to dismantle collapsed Sydney crane that left workers danglingThe Sydney Morning Herald
9news.com.au -dailytelegraph.com.au -The Guardian -Yahoo7 News
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