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todayWednesday, 7 October 2015

Uber and Airbnb send profits to Ireland and the Netherlands; Small business bans Campbell Newman’s biography: Midday Roundup

Uber and Airbnb send profits to countries with lower corporate tax rates such as Ireland and the Netherlands, according to submissions to the Senate inquiry into tax avoidance. by Broede Carmody

Book publisher collapses into liquidation, an estimated 50 authors owed money

A Melbourne-based book publisher that has been accused of duping its authors has been placed in voluntary liquidation. by Eloise Keating

yesterdayTuesday, 6 October 2015

RBA keeps cash rate on hold at 2% for fifth month in a row

The Reserve Bank of Australia has kept the official cash rate at 2% for the month of October. by Broede Carmody

St George Bank’s services back up and running after outage; Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey to stay as chief executive: Midday Roundup

St George Bank customers are now able to access their online and mobile banking services after a system failure shut down access on Sunday. by Broede Carmody

Monday, 5 October 2015

Dick Smith slams Turnbull government over “rubbish” tax disclosure changes; Former Kleenmaid director jailed after $13 million loan fraud: Midday Roundup

Former Australian of the Year and serial entrepreneur Dick Smith has slammed the Turnbull government over proposed changes to tax disclosure laws. by Broede Carmody

SMEs set to win in push to scrap capital gains tax for new business investment

The peak association representing Australian small businesses has welcomed a proposal from the Coalition to scrap capital gains tax on investments. by Eloise Keating

Friday, 2 October 2015

Yatango mobile startup division collapses into voluntary administration

The mobile division of consumer data startup Yatango has entered voluntary administration. by Eloise Keating

Friday, 2 October 2015

Why slowing population growth is on the mind of smart property investors

Will a slowdown in population growth pose a risk to our economy and pull the rug out from under our property markets? by Michael Yardney

Kmart hit by online security breach; ANZ chief executive Mike Smith resigns: Midday Roundup

Kmart has been hit by a security breach of the retailer’s online operations, which has seen customer data such as names, emails, phone numbers and addresses potentially compromised. by Renee Thompson
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