News archive from 25 March 2013

Chief Minister eyes off infrastructure spend

Chief Minister eyes off infrastructure spend

Money might be tight but the NT Chief Minister says his Government will spend more cash on roads, rail and the Darwin port to create jobs and boost business.Adam Giles told the NT Cattlemen's Association conference he was committed to developing the...

ABC News, 11:05 in Business
 

Watchdog flags its fatal weakness: no teeth

You are more likely to be jailed for drinking to excess than for robbing people while wearing a white collar, even when the con runs to as much as $100 million. The latest media release announcing ASIC's toothless nature wasn't in that league, but it...

 

Independent News' banks, including ANZ, propose debt for equity swap: report

Weighed down by debts, falling readership and reduced advertising, INM has been in talks with its lenders since last year in relation to debt maturing in May 2014 in the hope of agreeing what it has described as a "substantial"...

 

Sinopec joins China peers in posting lower full-year profits

China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, Asia's biggest refiner, joined PetroChina Co in posting lower 2012 profits, as the nation's largest energy companies look to overseas growth to counter the impact of price controls at home. Net income at China...

 

Watchdog flags its fatal weakness: no teeth

You are more likely to be jailed for drinking to excess than for robbing people while wearing a white collar, even when the con runs to as much as $100 million. The latest media release announcing ASIC's toothless nature wasn't in that league, but it...

 

Independent News' banks, including ANZ, propose debt for equity swap: report

Weighed down by debts, falling readership and reduced advertising, INM has been in talks with its lenders since last year in relation to debt maturing in May 2014 in the hope of agreeing what it has described as a "substantial"...

 

Sinopec joins China peers in posting lower full-year profits

China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, Asia's biggest refiner, joined PetroChina Co in posting lower 2012 profits, as the nation's largest energy companies look to overseas growth to counter the impact of price controls at home. Net income at China...

 

Watchdog flags its fatal weakness: no teeth

You are more likely to be jailed for drinking to excess than for robbing people while wearing a white collar, even when the con runs to as much as $100 million. The latest media release announcing ASIC's toothless nature wasn't in that league, but it...

 

Independent News' banks, including ANZ, propose debt for equity swap: report

Weighed down by debts, falling readership and reduced advertising, INM has been in talks with its lenders since last year in relation to debt maturing in May 2014 in the hope of agreeing what it has described as a "substantial"...

 

Sinopec joins China peers in posting lower full-year profits

China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, Asia's biggest refiner, joined PetroChina Co in posting lower 2012 profits, as the nation's largest energy companies look to overseas growth to counter the impact of price controls at home. Net income at China...

 

Markets Live: ASX back above 5000

11:17am: With a positive outcome in Cyprus looking more likely, Aussie stocks are now pushing up towards a gain of 1 per cent. The All Ords is now 0.8 per cent higher and the benchmark ASX200 is 0.9 per cent higher. Both have pushed back over the 5000...

TheAge, 11:21 in Business
 

Markets Live: ASX back above 5000

11:17am: With a positive outcome in Cyprus looking more likely, Aussie stocks are now pushing up towards a gain of 1 per cent. The All Ords is now 0.8 per cent higher and the benchmark ASX200 is 0.9 per cent higher. Both have pushed back over the 5000...

 

Leighton in damage control

A Leighton sign. Photo: Bloomberg The controlling shareholders of Leighton Holdings have swung into damage limitation mode, insisting that contrary to the claims of the three independent directors who abruptly resigned last Friday, the board remains...

 

Leighton in damage control

A Leighton sign. Photo: Bloomberg The controlling shareholders of Leighton Holdings have swung into damage limitation mode, insisting that contrary to the claims of the three independent directors who abruptly resigned last Friday, the board remains...

TheAge, 11:25 in Business
 

Markets Live: ASX back above 5000

11:26am: #Cyprus outline will whack depositors above €100k at both Laiki and Bank of Cyprus. BoC survives, but very similar to original IMF bail-in. - Peter Spiegel (@SpiegelPeter) March 24, 2013 Upvotes:0 Downvotes:0 Copy Link 11:17am: With a...

 
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