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MYRIAM ROBIN | BUSINESS |

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 | 3

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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MICHAEL SAINSBURY | BUSINESS | 1

Orient express: is a big Aussie company greasing palms to get ahead in Asia?

There are significant business opportunities in south-east Asia — but allegations of bribery against one Australian company are muddying the waters for everyone.

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BUSINESS | 2

LeBron’s salary a slam dunk, but money dribbles in for Dellavedova

Determining which players deserve colossal pay is relatively easy in sport. But in business it’s a bit trickier, writes economist and journalist Jason Murphy.

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GLENN DYER | BUSINESS |

Foxtel-Ten deal gives the Murdochs yet more power

Foxtel is buying a 14.9% stake in the beleaguered Ten Network, with the Murdochs again holding all the cards.

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BUSINESS | 1

Business bites: Greece turns its back … RBA’s new tack … egg prices crack …

Is Greece going to repay the IMF? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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BUSINESS | 3

How big oil and gas are heavying the legal groups fighting for clean water and air

Companies like Chevron, BHP Billiton, Shell, AGL and Woodside are trying to pressure the government into taking away the tax-deductible status of environmental lawyers, writes Piers Verstegen, director of the Conservation Council of WA.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | BUSINESS | 2

Mayne: is the Sun King abdicating? Not exactly …

This latest shuffle is all about incrementally increasing Murdoch family power with the independent checks and balances of competent non-Murdoch managers being cast aside.

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BUSINESS | 7

Is Australia in a housing bubble?

Joe Hockey and Tony Abbott are pretty pleased that property prices are so high right now. But are we in for a crash? Freelance journalist Andrei Ghoukassian runs the numbers.

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CRIKEY INTERN | BUSINESS | 2

Is the Bilderberg Conference a conspiracy of Nazi lizards to take over the world?

The Bilderberg Conference is a big annual global policy talkfest. But some people think it might be something more sinister … Crikey intern Bransen Gibson explains.

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GLENN DYER | BUSINESS | 3

Why you should be worried about fishy WA unemployment numbers

The ABS has admitted there is a flaw with the way its jobs numbers are compiled, and the numbers might not mean what you think they mean.

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BERNARD KEANE | BUSINESS | 12

Reserve Bank takes aim at the ‘infrastructure PM’

Glenn Stevens has made it clear to the government and all politicians that they must get infrastructure investment right.

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Business bites: Menulog’s good deal … housing bubble revealed … Netflix appeal …

Excessive loans, and not supply issues, have caused the housing bubble, Joe. And other business tidbits of the day.

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BUSINESS | 9

Cross-party Avengers tackle the mysterious TPP and future of the Pacific Rim

A group of three cross-party MPs has been taking the slated Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade agreement to task, writes Matthew Rimmer, Associate Professor at the ANU College of Law.

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BERNARD KEANE | BUSINESS | 9

Fullilove for criminal David Petraeus

Lowy executive director Michael Fullilove hates leaks. Except, you know, when it comes to former CIA head David Petraeus.

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BEN SANDILANDS | BUSINESS |

Is this the end of cheap airfares? Qantas winning airline wars, but the real loser is you

Qantas and Virgin are rolling back cheap airfares. And that is very bad news for the flying public.

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Business bites: HSBC squall … Menulog stalls … Walmart fall …

The HSBC restructure. And other business tidbits of the day.

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Business bites: banks slash … sharemarket dash .. pension cash …

HSBC to cut thousands of jobs. And other business tidbits of the day.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | BUSINESS | 1

Mayne: NAB offer demonstrates paucity of media coverage on capital raisings

Why did the major business papers miss NAB’s record-breaking capital raising?

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GLENN DYER | BUSINESS |

Business bites: retail not so bad … a boomlet to be had … Metcash mad …

Are the retail figures really so dire for the economy? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | BUSINESS |

Mayne: Macquarie opts for contested board election over governance reforms

Crikey founder Stephen Maybe makes a play for the Macquarie Group board to improve governance.

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Business bites: cheap oil … TV spoils … FIFA foiled …

Yes, oil prices are very low, but OPEC intends to continue to produce the same amount. Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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Hang on a sec, Joe: GDP numbers not as terrific as you think

The Treasurer has trumpeted yesterday’s GDP figures as a “terrific” sign for the Australian economy. But freelance journalist Alan Austin says he has missed some crucial comparisons.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | BUSINESS |

Stokes snaffles additional 6% of Seven West as small shareholders diluted

Kerry Stokes firms his grip on Seven West Media, while never paying a premium to all shareholders for control.

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