News archive from 7 June 2013

Kmart, Target sign up to safety accord for Bangladesh garment workers

Kmart, Target sign up to safety accord for Bangladesh garment workers

Kmart and Target have become the first Australian retailers to sign up to a safety accord in a bid to improve conditions for Bangladeshi garment workers.More than 40 global brands have signed up to the Accord on Fire and Building Safety after more...

ABC News, 09:06 in Business
 

Asset allocation critical to SMSF performance

The more adventurous might borrow and buy a residential property, or sign up for a share tipping service and stick their super in Australian shares. Others might opt to keep most of it in term deposits and online savings accounts. For most investors...

 

Newcrest to cut deeper as share price slumps

Speculation was rife on Thursday night that Newcrest would announce another round of job cuts within days, and might even close its Brisbane office. A number of analysts have downgraded the stock in recent days, with most agreeing three of Newcrest's...

 

Asset allocation critical to SMSF performance

The more adventurous might borrow and buy a residential property, or sign up for a share tipping service and stick their super in Australian shares. Others might opt to keep most of it in term deposits and online savings accounts. For most investors...

 

Newcrest to cut deeper as share price slumps

Speculation was rife on Thursday night that Newcrest would announce another round of job cuts within days, and might even close its Brisbane office. A number of analysts have downgraded the stock in recent days, with most agreeing three of Newcrest's...

 

Asset allocation critical to SMSF performance

The more adventurous might borrow and buy a residential property, or sign up for a share tipping service and stick their super in Australian shares. Others might opt to keep most of it in term deposits and online savings accounts. For most investors...

 

Newcrest to cut deeper as share price slumps

Speculation was rife on Thursday night that Newcrest would announce another round of job cuts within days, and might even close its Brisbane office. A number of analysts have downgraded the stock in recent days, with most agreeing three of Newcrest's...

 
More jobs to go at Newcrest

More jobs to go at Newcrest

Newcrest Mining CEO Greg Robinson. Photo: John Woudstra Newcrest Mining chief Greg Robinson is under pressure to respond to a sudden share price slump that has wiped almost 15 per cent off the value of the company in just 48 hours. Speculation was...

 

More jobs to go at Newcrest

Newcrest Mining CEO Greg Robinson. Photo: John Woudstra Newcrest Mining chief Greg Robinson is under pressure to respond to a sudden share price slump that has wiped almost 15 per cent off the value of the company in just 48 hours. Speculation was...

 
Volkswagen Australia to fix 4000 cars but refuses to issue recall

Volkswagen Australia to fix 4000 cars but refuses to issue recall

VOLKSWAGEN Australia has finally caved to customer pressure and will fix up to 4000 cars after receiving complaints about a wide range of mechanical defects, including engines which suddenly lose power. But the carmaker has stopped short of issuing a...

 
More jobs go at Newcrest

More jobs go at Newcrest

Gold miner Newcrest is cutting jobs and closing its Brisbane office in response to falling gold prices. ""Corporate office and support functions will be further rationalised, resulting in a reduction of at least 20 per cent in corporate...

TheAge, 09:50 in Business
 
More jobs go at Newcrest

More jobs go at Newcrest

Newcrest Mining CEO Greg Robinson. Photo: John Woudstra Gold miner Newcrest is cutting jobs and closing its Brisbane office in response to falling gold prices. ""Corporate office and support functions will be further rationalised, resulting...

 

More jobs go at Newcrest

Newcrest Mining CEO Greg Robinson. Photo: John Woudstra Gold miner Newcrest is cutting jobs and closing its Brisbane office in response to falling gold prices. ""Corporate office and support functions will be further rationalised, resulting...

 

Dollar slips after 2 US cent gain

The Australian dollar has slipped more than a cent after gaining two cents in volatile trading over the past few hours. The currency was trading at 96 US cents about 9.20am after trading at a 32-month low of 94.35 US cents just after midnight. At...

 

Dollar slips after 2 US cent gain

The Australian dollar has slipped more than a cent after gaining two cents in volatile trading over the past few hours. The currency was trading at 96 US cents about 9.20am after trading at a 32-month low of 94.35 US cents just after midnight. At...

 
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