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Ten wins in Rebel case … Aldi’s noice, different ad cleared … FT cuts ‘Sir’ from letters …

Ten wins in Rebel case … Aldi’s noice, different ad cleared … FT cuts ‘Sir’ from letters …

There's a good reason you haven't seen Rebel Wilson on networks other than Ten recently. Plus, other media tidbits from the day.

AFP raid on Four Corners whistleblower … Courier-Mail’s dodgy prawn story … viewers tune in to Commonwealth Games …

AFP raid on Four Corners whistleblower … Courier-Mail’s dodgy prawn story … viewers tune in to Commonwealth Games …

A whistleblower's home has been raided after speaking to Four Corners and Fairfax. Plus, other media stories from the day.

Seven West redundancies … Waterstreet responds to Q&A criticism … Murphy Brown revival ….

Seven West redundancies … Waterstreet responds to Q&A criticism … Murphy Brown revival ….

Staff at Seven West Media in Perth have been given until Tuesday to submit an expression of interest in voluntary redundancy, as part of cuts announced late last year.

60 Minutes defends forced marriage claim … criminal trial for US journo … Charlie Rose gone …

60 Minutes defends forced marriage claim … criminal trial for US journo … Charlie Rose gone …

60 Minutes is fighting a defamation case brought after a 2014 story in which they claimed a woman was tricked into a forced marriage.

Sun steals from the Mail … Aisle be back … the August (sigh) dog surfing report …

Sun steals from the Mail … Aisle be back … the August (sigh) dog surfing report …

The Sun in Britain has ripped off a story from ripper-offer-in-chief, the Daily Mail.

WSJ staff arc up over ‘soft’ Trump coverage

WSJ staff arc up over ‘soft’ Trump coverage

But why, oh why, might journos at The Wall Street Journal be instructed to go easy on Trump?

Media briefs: <em>FT</em> sold … Shorten marooned? … Liz’s last day …

Media briefs: FT sold … Shorten marooned? … Liz’s last day …

Sold! To the last-minute bidder. Nikkei, Japan’s biggest media company, is turning itself into the global leader in business and financial journalism by grabbing the Financial Times from under the nose of the German giant Axel Springer at a cost of 884 million pounds, or more than A$1.7 billion. Nikkei made a last-minute offer overnight […]

Business bites: China’s bailout … US consumers’ doubt … P&G ad drought …

Business bites: China’s bailout … US consumers’ doubt … P&G ad drought …

China just approved the continuation of huge financial stimulus to failed infrastructure projects. And other business tidbits of the day.

Mayne: Australian investors love Slater and Gordon UK plunge

Mayne: Australian investors love Slater and Gordon UK plunge

Slater and Gordon seems to have secured a windfall business acquisition. But how did they do it?

Business bites: RBA takes a stand … Morrison re-brands … payments Snowball out of hand …

Business bites: RBA takes a stand … Morrison re-brands … payments Snowball out of hand …

Newly minted Social Services Minister Scott Morrison left Immigration a total mess. And other business tidbits of the day.