Woolworths' cheap loaf of bread has prompted a bigger discount from Supabarn.
The combined online, print, tablet and mobile audience of The Canberra Times remains at its highest level since the introduction of the Enhanced Media Metrics Australia measurement system in June 2013.
Wesfarmers Industrial and Safety managing director Olivier Chretien says it could take years to achieve significant earnings growth from the $180 million acquisition of Pacific Brands' Workwear business.
Big business has hit out at proposed changes to competition laws that will make them more responsible for the financial woes of their smaller rivals.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has declared the end of bank secrecy, saying key measures agreed upon at the G20 meetings in Cairns will close loopholes that allow companies to hide profits overseas.
The Australian sharemarket is a whisker away from completely annihilating this year’s gains.
The slowdown in China and a tighter federal budget will drive Australia’s growth as low as 2 per cent next year, allowing interest rate cuts and a 20 per cent devaluation in the Australian dollar, according to a prestigious global forecaster.
The gloom enveloping the resources servicing sector is showing no sign of lifting, this time with ALS shares dumped as it warned that the anticipated improvement in its markets has not occurred.
Banks and credit unions are in close talks with Visa to work out whether they will have to give up some of their estimated $9 billion in payments revenue to Apple.
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