News archive from 26 September 2013

How to protect your business from burglars

“This is the first time we've actually had something taken," Medwell says. "Other than that we've got a lot of smashed windows; we had a [staff member's] motorbike stolen out the back of our shop . . . we had the roller door yanked up. “It's...

 

How to protect your business from burglars

“This is the first time we've actually had something taken," Medwell says. "Other than that we've got a lot of smashed windows; we had a [staff member's] motorbike stolen out the back of our shop . . . we had the roller door yanked up. “It's...

 

How to protect your business from burglars

“This is the first time we've actually had something taken," Medwell says. "Other than that we've got a lot of smashed windows; we had a [staff member's] motorbike stolen out the back of our shop . . . we had the roller door yanked up. “It's...

 

Markets Live: Local market set for small drop

9:28am: The Australian market looks set to open lower after falls on Wall Street as investors remained cautious over the lack of progress in Washington budget talks. What you need2know: SPI futures down 9 points to 5,267. AUD fetching 93.70 US cents,...

TheAge, 09:32 in Business
 

Markets Live: Local market set for small drop

9:28am: Good morning. Welcome to the Markets Live blog for Thursday. Contributors: Max Mason, Jens Meyer This blog is not intended as investment advice BusinessDay with agencies Upvotes:0 Downvotes:0 Copy Link

 
Five years after Lehman Brothers' collapse, an analyst warns the global financial crisis is far from over

Five years after Lehman Brothers' collapse, an analyst warns the global financial crisis is far from over

Five years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, economists are warning the worst fallout from the global financial crisis is yet to hit Europe and parts of Asia.The concerns come as the US Federal Reserve decides just when to start scaling back its...

ABC News, 09:36 in Business
 
Joint tourism campaign pitches for overseas visitors

Joint tourism campaign pitches for overseas visitors

The Tasmanian Government has signed a multi-million dollar deal with a major airline in a bid to extend the state's tourism reach.The deal struck with Qantas will target visitors from the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and mainland Australia. The campaign...

ABC News, 10:20 in Business
 

Markets Live: US debt talks weigh

10:18am: The stock market has opened lower, trimming some of yesterday's slightly surprising gains (when the ASX outperformed most global markets). The benchmark S&P/ASX200 is down 24.3 points, or 0.5 per cent, to 5251.6, while the broader All...

 
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Fact Check

Independent retailers are appealing to Prime Minster Tony Abbott to stop supermarket chains offering shoppers "deep" fuel discounts of between 15 and 40 cents per litre. "At any discount above 6 or 7 cents per litre, it is hard to see...

ABC News, 10:23 in Business
 

Markets Live: US debt talks weigh

10:18am: The stock market has opened lower, trimming some of yesterday's slightly surprising gains (when the ASX outperformed most global markets). The benchmark S&P/ASX200 is down 24.3 points, or 0.5 per cent, to 5251.6, while the broader All...

 

Markets Live: US debt talks weigh

10:18am: The stock market has opened lower, trimming some of yesterday's slightly surprising gains (when the ASX outperformed most global markets). The benchmark S&P/ASX200 is down 24.3 points, or 0.5 per cent, to 5251.6, while the broader All...

TheAge, 10:27 in Business
 
Venture signs rail deal despite pending legal bid to stop Tarkine mine

Venture signs rail deal despite pending legal bid to stop Tarkine mine

TasRail has struck a deal with a mining company developing an iron ore project in the state's Tarkine region. Venture Minerals expects to begin site works at Riley Creek in coming weeks, after environmentalists lost their bid to stop it. TasRail chief...

ABC News, 10:30 in Business
 
Premier says bids for Aurora Energy too low

Premier says bids for Aurora Energy too low

Tasmania's Premier has indicated the sale of Aurora Energy has collapsed because bids for the state-owned company were not high enough. The Government was hoping two interstate retailers would buy Aurora Energy's customer list to give Tasmanians a...

ABC News, 10:53 in Business
 

JPMorgan facing $11b government settlement: sources

The talks are fluid and the $US11 billion amount could change, the people familiar with the matter said. The discussions include the US Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development...

 

JPMorgan facing $11b government settlement: sources

The talks are fluid and the $US11 billion amount could change, the people familiar with the matter said. The discussions include the US Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development...

 
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