News archive from 7 October 2013

Unclaimed accounts windfall

A breakdown of the inactive accounts by BusinessDay reveals a large amount of the offshore cash comes from depositors in Asia, with more than $8 million linked to addresses in China, Hong Kong and Japan. A total of $48 million has come from Asia,...

 

Unclaimed accounts windfall

A breakdown of the inactive accounts by BusinessDay reveals a large amount of the offshore cash comes from depositors in Asia, with more than $8 million linked to addresses in China, Hong Kong and Japan. A total of $48 million has come from Asia,...

 

Unclaimed accounts windfall

A breakdown of the inactive accounts by BusinessDay reveals a large amount of the offshore cash comes from depositors in Asia, with more than $8 million linked to addresses in China, Hong Kong and Japan. A total of $48 million has come from Asia,...

 

CSL agrees to $67.9 million settlement to hospitals

CSL chief executive Paul Perreault said the Australian health company continued to "strongly reject" any allegations of wrongdoing that was the basis of the class action lawsuit. "We have negotiated a settlement of the litigation which...

 

Local bourse in quiet opening

On what is expected to be a quiet day on the local bourse, the ASX 200 is up 3.3 points to 5311.3, while the All Ordinaries is ahead 1.3 points to 5307. In economic news on Monday, the Australian Industry Group/Housing Industry Association performance...

 

CSL agrees to $67.9 million settlement to hospitals

CSL chief executive Paul Perreault said the Australian health company continued to "strongly reject" any allegations of wrongdoing that was the basis of the class action lawsuit. "We have negotiated a settlement of the litigation which...

 

Local bourse in quiet opening

On what is expected to be a quiet day on the local bourse, the ASX 200 is up 3.3 points to 5311.3, while the All Ordinaries is ahead 1.3 points to 5307. In economic news on Monday, the Australian Industry Group/Housing Industry Association performance...

 

CSL agrees to $67.9 million settlement to hospitals

CSL chief executive Paul Perreault said the Australian health company continued to "strongly reject" any allegations of wrongdoing that was the basis of the class action lawsuit. "We have negotiated a settlement of the litigation which...

 

Local bourse in quiet opening

On what is expected to be a quiet day on the local bourse, the ASX 200 is up 3.3 points to 5311.3, while the All Ordinaries is ahead 1.3 points to 5307. In economic news on Monday, the Australian Industry Group/Housing Industry Association performance...

 
Five options for how the US government shutdown could play out

Five options for how the US government shutdown could play out

KEY lawmakers and aides on Capitol Hill say they don't know how the battles over funding the government and increasing the nation's debt limit might be resolved. In interviews, they lay out several possibilities, all of which face huge political...

 
Mercedes has record sales in September

Mercedes has record sales in September

DAIMLER AG's luxury brand Mercedes-Benz sold a record number of cars in September. The Stuttgart-based carmaker said it sold 142,994 vehicles during September, up 15.9 per cent on the same month a year before. It credited new versions of its E-Class...

 
Best countries to live in for public holidays

Best countries to live in for public holidays

EVERYONE loves a holiday. But depending on where you live, you could be relaxing for more than a month or scraping by on a measly two weeks. We've brought this story out of the vault to show you some of the best ranking spots when it comes to public...

 

Doug Shears loses legal battle over Berri sale

He sold San Miguel the other half in December 2005 after exercising a put option that required the Phillipines-based brewer to buy his stake. Mr Shears had claimed his company ICM was owed the $3.5 million, plus almost $1.5 million worth of franking...

 

Doug Shears loses legal battle over Berri sale

He sold San Miguel the other half in December 2005 after exercising a put option that required the Phillipines-based brewer to buy his stake. Mr Shears had claimed his company ICM was owed the $3.5 million, plus almost $1.5 million worth of franking...

 

Doug Shears loses legal battle over Berri sale

He sold San Miguel the other half in December 2005 after exercising a put option that required the Phillipines-based brewer to buy his stake. Mr Shears had claimed his company ICM was owed the $3.5 million, plus almost $1.5 million worth of franking...

 
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