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todayTuesday, 22 July 2014

Suits and Thai in Oz: Thailand food conglomerate to open 500 restaurants in Australia

Thailand food giant Charoen Pokphand Foods is set to continue its Aussie expansion by opening 500 Thai restaurants across the country. by Kirsten Robb

Stripe launches in Australia, says local market ripe for innovative web businesses

The launch of Stripe in Australia today is the “best thing since vegemite” says Stripe head of Australia/NZ, Susan Wu. by Bronwen Clune

Friday, 18 July 2014

ACCC puts energy suppliers on watch; Melbourne-based software company Aconex prepares to float: Midday Roundup

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will have new powers to take action against energy suppliers that fail to pass on savings from the carbon tax repeal. by Kirsten Robb and Eloise Keating

Murdoch’s $80 billion bid for Time Warner: The media mogul’s five greatest hits

Australian-born Rupert Murdoch is putting his money where his mouth is in his bold bid to take over Time Warner. by Eloise Keating

Budget won’t pass the Senate says Palmer

Mining magnate turned politician, Clive Palmer says the federal government either needs to deliver a mini-budget or call an election as the Senate will never approve the majority of the Coalition’s budget measures. by Eloise Keating

The RBA just doesn't get the housing market

The Reserve Bank has been giving a rolling seminar on why economists don’t get real estate. by Terry Ryder

Friday, 18 July 2014

How SMEs can embrace Australia’s Free Trade Agreement with Japan

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Japan is, as everybody is hailing, a very good thing for Australia, including Australian shoppers and business owners. by Kevin Moore

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

What the Murray financial industry report means for your business

Business groups have raised concerns about a number of proposals included in the Federal Government’s interim report for its Financial System Inquiry. by Eloise Keating

Palmer deal means watered down Future of Financial Advice reforms will proceed

The government has struck a deal with Clive Palmer to water down the Future of Financial Advice laws. by Cara Waters
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