News archive from 9 August 2013

Tourism Council of WA says 1300 jobs could go as a result of state budget cuts

Tourism Council of WA says 1300 jobs could go as a result of state budget cuts

The Tourism Council of WA believes 1300 jobs will be lost as a result of budget spending cuts.The Government has committed $2 million a year for tourism marketing, much less than it promised in the election campaign. Council CEO Evan Hall says that is...

ABC News, 09:07 in Business
 
Global markets rise after China releases positive economic data

Global markets rise after China releases positive economic data

Wall Street has eked out some modest gains, with technology stocks among the best performers.A bigger than expected rise in Chinese exports has helped to boost sentiment on global markets. And investors are also taking heart in the fact that last...

ABC News, 09:13 in Business
 

William Hill snaps up Tom Waterhouse

Bookmaker Tom Waterhouse Photo: Rob Homer Controversial bookmaker Tom Waterhouse has sold 100 per cent of his online punting business to British bookmaker William Hill in a deal that could be worth as much as $105 million. Under the terms of the deal,...

TheAge, 09:28 in Business
 
William Hill snaps up Tom Waterhouse

William Hill snaps up Tom Waterhouse

Controversial bookmaker Tom Waterhouse has sold 100 per cent of his online punting business to British bookmaker William Hill in a deal that could be worth as much as $104 million. Under the terms of the deal, Waterhouse will receive $34 million up...

 

William Hill snaps up Tom Waterhouse

Sold: Tom Waterhouse's online betting business. Photo: Rob Homer Controversial bookmaker Tom Waterhouse has sold 100 per cent of his online punting business to British bookmaker William Hill in a deal that could be worth as much as $104 million. Under...

 
Tom Waterhouse sells to William Hill

Tom Waterhouse sells to William Hill

Controversial bookmaker Tom Waterhouse has sold his online business to UK bookmaker William Hill for far less than initially expected. William Hill, which acquired Sportingbet Australia this year for $660 million, said it was paying $34 million for...

 

Tom Waterhouse sells to William Hill

Sold: Tom Waterhouse's online betting business. Photo: Rob Homer Controversial bookie Tom Waterhouse's online business has been sold in full to UK bookmaker William Hill. William Hill, which acquired Sportingbet Australia this year for $660 million,...

 

Tom Waterhouse sells to William Hill

Sold: Tom Waterhouse's online betting business. Photo: Rob Homer Controversial bookmaker Tom Waterhouse has sold his online business to UK bookmaker William Hill for far less than initially expected. William Hill, which acquired Sportingbet Australia...

TheAge, 09:48 in Business
 

Tom Waterhouse sells up for $34m

Controversial bookmaker Tom Waterhouse has sold his online betting business to British gaming company William Hill. Mr Waterhouse will receive $34 million for the business, plus an earn-out agreement that could see him receive up to $70 million. He...

SBS, 09:49 in Business
 

Markets Live: China data to push ASX

9:46am: Some big media news coming through - News Corp Australia chief executive Kim Williams has left the company. Upvotes:0 Downvotes:0 Copy Link 9:41am: Happy Friday! Welcome to the Markets Live blog today. Contributors: Max Mason, Jens Meyer This...

 

Markets Live: China start to push ASX

9:46am: Some big media news coming through - News Corp Australia chief executive Kim Williams has left the company. Upvotes:0 Downvotes:0 Copy Link 9:41am: Happy Friday! Welcome to the Markets Live blog today. Contributors: Max Mason, Jens Meyer This...

TheAge, 09:51 in Business
 
Consortium withdraws from Broadwater marine project

Consortium withdraws from Broadwater marine project

One of the groups competing to build the Broadwater marine project on Queensland's Gold Coast has withdrawn.The Azure Consortium is one of four groups short-listed to provide detailed proposals for the project, which would include a cruise ship...

ABC News, 09:54 in Business
 

Markets Live: China data to push ASX

9:52am: Here's what you need2know this Friday: SPI futures were up 21 points at 5022 The Australian dollar is trading above 91 US cents On Wall Street, the Dow rose 0.2%; the S&P500 gained 0.4% London's FTSE added 0.3%; Germany's DAX jumped 0.7%...

 

Embarrassment as Rio tax funds returned

Rio Tinto has ultimately paid no mining tax to the Australian government during the first year of the controversial tax, after pre-payments made in April were refunded by the tax office. In a blow to the Labor government less than a month before the...

 

Embarrassment as Rio tax funds returned

Rio Tinto has ultimately paid no mining tax to the Australian government during the first year of the controversial tax, after pre-payments made in April were refunded by the tax office. In a blow to the Labor government less than a month before the...

TheAge, 09:58 in Business
 
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