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09/27/2016
The big banks have paid out $200 million in compensation - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

The big banks have paid out $200 million in compensation
The Sydney Morning Herald
We now have a pricetag for the recent spate of "bank bastardry" – as government MP Warren Entsch has colourfully characterised a mounting litany of poor behaviour. Figures from the corporate watchdog for the year to June 30, 2016 show more than $200 ...

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09/26/2016
Capilano gag order over 'toxic honey' claim - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.au

Capilano gag order over 'toxic honey' claim
dailytelegraph.com.au
AN Australian beekeeper is in a sticky situation after Capilano won a gag order against him. Simon Mulvany accused the honey maker of selling “toxic” imported honey in order to make more money, a claim the company vehemently denies. The company has ...
Kerry Stokes shows his sweet toothCourier Mail
Capilano tries to gag Victorian campaigner after he accuses them of 'toxic honey'Daily Mail
Australia's Capilano to penetrate Chinese market with new prebiotic honey productGlobal Times
The Star Online -Free Malaysia Today
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09/27/2016
WTO Has Slashed Its Forecast for Global Trade Growth - Fortune

Fortune

WTO Has Slashed Its Forecast for Global Trade Growth
Fortune
The World Trade Organization cut its forecast for global trade growth this year by more than a third on Tuesday, reflecting a slowdown in China and falling levels of imports into the United States. The new figure of 1.7%, down from the WTO's previous ...
Liam fox accused of delivering 'bland platitudes' over brexit in wto speechDaily Mail
World Trade Set For Slowest Yearly Growth Since Global Financial CrisisWall Street Journal
Britain promises Brexit will not create legal vacuum at WTOAl-Arabiya
The Mercury News -BBC News -Sky News -Quartz
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09/27/2016
Domino's slices 'unsanitised' research - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Domino's slices 'unsanitised' research
The Sydney Morning Herald
Listed darling Domino's Pizza's chief pizza tosser Don Meij was far from pleased to receive a second serve of a certain Deutsche Bank research note on the company. Deutsche Bank analyst Michael Simotas caused Domino's some considerable heartburn in ...

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09/27/2016
Woolworths wins against Lowe's in Masters legal battle - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Woolworths wins against Lowe's in Masters legal battle
The Sydney Morning Herald
Retailer Woolworths has won a legal battle against American retail giant Lowe's attempt to appoint a liquidator to the failed Masters hardware chain. Woolworths on Tuesday afternoon secured a stay of an application from Lowe's to wind up the joint ...
Woolworths' Masters exit plan is back on trackThe Australian Financial Review
Woolworths and Lowe's sent to arbitrationYahoo7 News

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09/27/2016
Trump win could thump Aussie dollar - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Trump win could thump Aussie dollar
Courier Mail
TRUMPANOMICS could do what the Reserve Bank has failed to do and send the Aussie dollar tumbling, currency analysts say. Strategists at the Commonwealth Bank say the Australian dollar could fall up to 10 per cent if Republican presidential candidate ...
Australian dollar tipped to fall if Donald Trump is elected PresidentNEWS.com.au
Clinton's debate gives $A a liftYahoo7 News
The US presidential debate will 'Trump' all for the Australian dollar todayBusiness Insider Australia
Herald Sun -The Indian Express
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09/27/2016
Senate urged to pass tax reforms - The Australian

The Australian

Senate urged to pass tax reforms
The Australian
Big business is urging politicians against confining tax cuts to smaller companies, warning that Australia's competitiveness would “barely improve” if core planks of the government's company tax cut plan are shelved because of an obstructionist Senate.
Malcolm Turnbull urged not to 'give up' on prosperityThe Australian Financial Review

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09/27/2016
Cover-More defends its US takeover plans - The Australian

Sky News Australia

Cover-More defends its US takeover plans
The Australian
Mike Emmett, the chief executive of travel insurance group Cover-More, has defended the company's due diligence for its $140 million takeover of Travelex Insurance Services, North America's third largest travel insurer. Cover-More is launching a $73m ...
Shareholders back Cover-More's $138 million deal to buy Travelex InsuranceThe Australian Financial Review
Cover-More to buy US business for $138mNEWS.com.au
Cover-More Group Ltd announces $138 million Travelex acquisitionMotley Fool Australia
Business Insider Australia -Business Review Australia -Insurance Business -SBS
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09/26/2016
Morgans, Bell Potter, Evans & Partners appointed to Alinta Energy IPO - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Morgans, Bell Potter, Evans & Partners appointed to Alinta Energy IPO
The Australian Financial Review
Alinta Energy chief Jeff Dimery is expected to be back out in front of potential investors ahead of the company's November IPO. Ben Rushton. by; Sarah Thompson · Anthony Macdonald · Joyce Moullakis. Alinta Energy has hired three retail brokers for its ...

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09/27/2016
Pizza Hut Delivery are looking to open 16 new sites in Wales - WalesOnline

WalesOnline

Pizza Hut Delivery are looking to open 16 new sites in Wales
WalesOnline
The American pizza chain is looking to expand its delivery franchise network in the UK and Ireland, with plans to invest £40m to open 200 new takeaway franchise outlets by 2020. They have a list of sites they want to bring the takeaway and delivery ...
Pizza Hut outsources delivery ridersEconomic Times
Pizza Hut wants to open in these North Wales towns...and will even deliverDaily Post North Wales

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