News archive from 31 October 2013

Facebook walking fine line with advertising

The shares of the world’s most popular social-networking service retreated following comments by chief financial officer David Ebersman, who said on a conference call that the number of news feed ads won’t rise significantly. The stock had surged as...

 

Facebook walking fine line with advertising

The shares of the world’s most popular social-networking service retreated following comments by chief financial officer David Ebersman, who said on a conference call that the number of news feed ads won’t rise significantly. The stock had surged as...

 

Facebook walking fine line with advertising

The shares of the world’s most popular social-networking service retreated following comments by chief financial officer David Ebersman, who said on a conference call that the number of news feed ads won’t rise significantly. The stock had surged as...

 

Market opens lower

THE Australian market has opened lower following falls in US stocks after the Federal Reserve hinted at when it may start to unwind its stimulus program. While the Fed's $US85 billion-a-month bond-purchase program stays in play for now, predictions...

 
Spring Gully Foods clears more of debt to creditors

Spring Gully Foods clears more of debt to creditors

It is likely to be three years before Spring Gully Foods wipes its $4.9 million debt.The food manufacturer has made its first dividend payment to creditors, helping reduce its debt by $1 million. It paid creditors 20 cents in the dollar after coming...

ABC News, 11:33 in Business
 
Job interviews gone horribly wrong

Job interviews gone horribly wrong

Having placed job candidates in jobs for more than 40 years, Tony Beshara, owner and president of Texas-based Babich, Inc., and author of “Acing the Interview,” has seen it all. He recalls everything from the time a candidate talked about his third...

 
Spring Gully Foods clears some of debt to creditors

Spring Gully Foods clears some of debt to creditors

It is likely to be three years before Spring Gully Foods wipes its $4.9 million debt.The food manufacturer has made its first dividend payment to creditors of 20 cents, helping reduce its debt by $1 million. Further payments of eight cents in the...

ABC News, 11:41 in Business
 
Professions we love to hate

Professions we love to hate

When you tell someone you work in one of these professions, you're usually greeted with a stony silence and a raised eyebrow. These professions are stereotypically among the least liked, making it tough for anyone trying to make a crust working in...

 
Professions we love to hate

Professions we love to hate

When you tell someone you work in one of these professions, you're usually greeted with a stony silence and a raised eyebrow. These professions are stereotypically among the least liked, making it tough for anyone trying to make a crust working in...

 
Professions we love to hate

Professions we love to hate

When you tell someone you work in one of these professions, you're usually greeted with a stony silence and a raised eyebrow. These professions are stereotypically among the least liked, making it tough for anyone trying to make a crust working in...

 
SA Government commits funds to More Than Cars auto industry lobbying campaign

SA Government commits funds to More Than Cars auto industry lobbying campaign

The South Australian Government says it will spend $350,000 on a push to boost community awareness of the role the car industry plays.Premier Jay Weatherill launched the More Than Cars campaign when he visited parts maker Carr Components in Adelaide....

ABC News, 12:03 in Business
 

Oroton plugs the Ralph Lauren gap with Gap

The new partnership follows a similar regional licensing deal signed by Oroton in August to bring Brooks Brothers to Australia, with the portfolio of trendy fashion brands to help cover a hole punched in Oroton's earnings this year from the loss of...

 

'The Cartel': forex rigging probe eyes traders' instant-messaging

Richard Usher, JPMorgan’s chief dealer in London, went on leave two weeks ago, said another person. Both are taking leave by mutual agreement with their employers and neither has been suspended, the people said. Standard Chartered has also placed Matt...

 

Oroton plugs the Ralph Lauren gap with Gap

The new partnership follows a similar regional licensing deal signed by Oroton in August to bring Brooks Brothers to Australia, with the portfolio of trendy fashion brands to help cover a hole punched in Oroton's earnings this year from the loss of...

 

'The Cartel': forex rigging probe eyes traders' instant-messaging

Richard Usher, JPMorgan’s chief dealer in London, went on leave two weeks ago, said another person. Both are taking leave by mutual agreement with their employers and neither has been suspended, the people said. Standard Chartered has also placed Matt...

 
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