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09/27/2016
Woolworths wins against Lowe's in Masters legal battle - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Woolworths wins against Lowe's in Masters legal battle
The Sydney Morning Herald
Retailer Woolworths has won a legal battle against American retail giant Lowe's attempt to appoint a liquidator to the failed Masters hardware chain. Woolworths on Tuesday afternoon secured a stay of an application from Lowe's to wind up the joint ...
Woolworths' Masters exit plan is back on trackThe Australian Financial Review
Woolworths and Lowe's sent to arbitrationYahoo7 News

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09/27/2016
Australia 'losing $1bn tax revenue' from Chinese shoppers known as daigou - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Australia 'losing $1bn tax revenue' from Chinese shoppers known as daigou
Daily Mail
Australia is losing up to $1 billion in uncollected tax from Chinese personal shoppers who ship baby formula, vitamins and Weetbix to middle class buyers back home. About 40,000 of the 'daigou' in Australia make between $40,000 and $100,000 annually ...
Chinese hunger for Australia food leaves A$1 billion tax holeReuters

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09/27/2016
WTO cuts 2016 world trade growth to 1.7 per cent - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

WTO cuts 2016 world trade growth to 1.7 per cent
The Sydney Morning Herald
The World Trade Organisation has cut its forecast for global trade growth this year by more than a third, reflecting a slowdown in China and falling levels of imports into the United States. The new figure of 1.7 per cent, down from the WTO's previous ...
World Trade Set For Slowest Yearly Growth Since Global Financial CrisisWall Street Journal
WTO cuts 2016 world trade growth forecast to 1.7 percent, cites wake-up callBusiness Insider
WTO drastically cuts global trade forecastDaily Mail
BBC News -U.S. News & World Report -Bloomberg -Business Standard
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09/27/2016
Cheesed off Pizza Hut franchisees get second bite of the pie - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Cheesed off Pizza Hut franchisees get second bite of the pie
The Sydney Morning Herald
More than $80 million. That's how much cheesed-off Pizza Hut franchisees are hoping to take the company for, after reigniting their bid for compensation from the fast-food giant, claiming they were forced to sell unprofitable pizzas. About 200 ...
Pizza Hut outsources delivery ridersEconomic Times

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09/27/2016
Janet Yellen seeks to return Donald Trump's body blows - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Janet Yellen seeks to return Donald Trump's body blows
The Australian Financial Review
Donald Trump claims Fed is holding down interest rates at behest of Obama administration. Evan Vucci. by Sam Fleming. After a fusillade of excoriating and in many ways unprecedented attacks on the Federal Reserve by the Republican presidential ...
Donald Trump's attack on the Federal Reserve could have lasting impactThe Sydney Morning Herald
Donald Trump's Latest Conspiracy Theory Should Scare InvestorsMoney Magazine
Donald Trump Attacks Federal Reserve, Yellen During DebateWall Street Journal
South China Morning Post -Times of Malta -Seeking Alpha -American Banker
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09/27/2016
How Twitter Could Change Under the Umbrellas of Disney, Salesforce, or Google - Fortune

Fortune

How Twitter Could Change Under the Umbrellas of Disney, Salesforce, or Google
Fortune
All three giants have shown an interest in Twitter. With speculation mounting that Twitter TWTR 3.09% will soon have a new corporate owner, the 10-year-old social networking service – which has long struggled to define its core purpose – may end up ...
Who will buy Twitter? The potential bidders, from Google to DisneyTelegraph.co.uk
Disney's rumored Twitter bid raises doubtsLos Angeles Times
Twitter acquisition: How will Google, Salesforce, Disney and Microsoft benefit from Twitter?Firstpost
Financial Post -RT -Livemint -New York Times
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09/27/2016
Customer loyalty schemes attracting nearly three-quarters of Australian shoppers - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Customer loyalty schemes attracting nearly three-quarters of Australian shoppers
The Sydney Morning Herald
Customer loyalty programs are often criticised for being too complicated and offering little in the way of savings. Don't Play. Up Next. null. Video duration: 01:44. Woolworths' short-sightedness destroyed value. Cancel. Replay. Replay Video Icon ...
How popular are customer loyalty programs really?Roy Morgan Research (press release)
Report: Australians still love a customer loyalty programCMO

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09/27/2016
Supercharge your portfolio with these 4 small cap stars - Motley Fool Australia

Supercharge your portfolio with these 4 small cap stars
Motley Fool Australia
When it comes to investing I get far more excited about investing in emerging companies than the traditional blue chip options such as Woolworths Limited (ASX: WOW). Whilst I wouldn't suggest having a portfolio full of emerging companies, having a ...

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09/26/2016
Cover-More to buy US business for $138m - SBS

Insurance Business

Cover-More to buy US business for $138m
SBS
Travel insurer Cover-More is buying US-based Travelex Insurance Services for $138 million, and will fund the purchase through a $73.3 million equity raising. Source: AAP. 27 Sep 2016 - 1:36 PM UPDATED 7 HOURS AGO. Tweet. Travel insurance group ...
Cover-More Group Ltd announces $138 million Travelex acquisitionMotley Fool Australia
Cover-More creates a global travel insurance platform by buying Travelex in the USBusiness Insider Australia
What price Cover-More rights issue? Bookbuild at $1.20The Australian Financial Review
Insurance Business -The Australian -Yahoo7 News -Finance News Network
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09/26/2016
Aust set for years of low rates: economist - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

Aust set for years of low rates: economist
Sky News Australia
Australia's interest rates are likely to stay low for years, perhaps even decades, a top global economist warns. US futures trader and exchange operator CME Group's executive director and senior economist Erik Norland, who is visiting Australia this ...
Australia's rock-bottom interest rates could be around for DECADES claims top economistDaily Mail

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