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STEPHEN MAYNE | BUSINESS | UNLOCK?

Mayne: Slaters in the gun for class action over accounting issues

Slater and Gordon’s recent snafu makes a curious case for the class action industry.

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Fairfax sacks 35 more as redundancy train hits SA

First New South Wales, Victoria, and now South Australia. There’s no stopping Fairfax’s NewsNow train, report Myriam Robin and Sally Whyte.

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GLENN DYER | BUSINESS | UNLOCK?

Business bites: Greece not the word … airline lines blurred … one of the herd …

In which financial markets stop caring about Greece and start making money again.

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Default schmefault: the Greeks bear no gifts, and that’s just fine

There’s nothing all that remarkable about Greece’s current position, writes freelance journalist and economist Jason Murphy.

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Business bites: Greece in default … ambulance chasers exalt … IOOF whose fault? …

Greece is officially in default. Now what? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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Business bites: Greece to vote no … China market woes … trouble in Puerto Rico …

The United States has its own little Greece, with Puerto Rico declaring that it can’t pay its debts. Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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Business bites: Greek bank run … China under the gun … breakfast fun …

What in the world is going on in Greece? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | BUSINESS | 16 UNLOCK?

Mayne: Keane is wrong, independent directors are needed on industry fund boards

If the Greens and Labor vote against having one-third independent directors in the Senate, they will be supporting a gerrymandered system and look captured by their union pay-masters.

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Government plays independence fiddle while industry burns

While the financial industry’s reputation goes up in smoke, the government is busy pursuing an ideological agenda against industry super funds, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

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Business bites: Greece extends … Mirvac’s ends … pricing trends …

The Greek drama that keeps on playing. And other business tidbits of the day.

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Business bites: (olive) oil prices soar … does Greece need more? … the mouse roars …

A drought in Spain and fruit fly infestation in Italy has put upward pressure on the cost of olive oil. Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | BUSINESS | 1 UNLOCK?

Mayne: Stokes forgives Kennett’s media history for Seven board gig

Jeff Kennett has been appointed to the board of Seven West Media. This is perhaps unusual, given his hostile relationship with the press during his premiership.

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Business bites: dud deals … hedge funds’ bad feels … miners freewheel …

Dud deals everywhere. And other business tidbits of the day.

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BERNARD KEANE | BUSINESS | 15 UNLOCK?

Productivity Commission savages TPP and ‘free’ trade deals

The Productivity Commission has launched an extraordinary attack on the centrepiece of the government’s economic agenda, and supported widespread concerns about the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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Business bites: Greece deets … T-Swift’s beats … Nutella’s new treats …

How Taylor Swift beat Apple. And other business tidbits of the day.

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MYRIAM ROBIN | BUSINESS | 9 UNLOCK?

Fairfax v Fairfax, with Shorten in the middle

The Australian Financial Review has attacked stablemates The Age and Sydney Morning Herald over their coverage of the AWU and Bill Shorten.

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BERNARD KEANE | BUSINESS | 5

Labor caught out on dodgy piracy data

Piracy was supposed to cost our creative industries 6000 jobs a year. But employment in movie sector has been growing steadily for two decades.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | BUSINESS | 2 UNLOCK?

Mayne: defeaning silence from the Oz as Rupert rigs markets

The Australian is quite clear on best practice for companies. Companies that are not owned by Rupert Murdoch, that is.

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Business bites: crunch time for Greece … and the Chinese? … a Big Mac, please …

Deal or no deal. Come on down Greece and deal, say the Europeans. More money please, plead the stricken Greek banks. Who will win? Even the maddest supporters of the left-wing Syrzia government need money to live on — and their preferred currency is euros, not the old drachmas. But Reuters reports this morning that the Greek banking […]

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News Corp entrenches ‘poison pill’, a smack in the face to shareholders

With so much excitement at News Crop this week, you may have missed Murdoch’s most egregious move. Glenn Dyer and Stephen Mayne report.

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Mayne: Coalition jellybacks cave in to self-serving media oligarchs

It certainly does seem puzzling that Australia’s two biggest and richest billionaire media moguls are able to team up to heavy a supposedly pro-business government to stop their smaller competitors from merging in the age of the internet.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | BUSINESS | 3

Mayne: Eddington missing in action amid Murdoch nepotism and poor disclosure

What on earth is going on at 21st Century Fox?

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Redundancies at Melbourne printing plant after mX says goodbye

News Corp today announced 19 redundancies in its main Melbourne printing plant, following the axing of mX.

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Business bites: four a bit much? … Buffett’s magic touch … hacking a crutch? …

Woolworths has dumped its latest CEO. Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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Business bites: grocery malaise … waning gun craze … our reno phase …

Metcash’s grocery business dips, but its hardware chain goes strong. And other business tidbits of the day.

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