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War of the media giants as Comcast threatens Murdoch deal with Disney

20h theage.com.au
Comcast chief Brian Roberts has laid down the gauntlet to Rupert Murdoch by declaring an audacious attempt to disrupt the mogul's exit from global entertainment.

 
'Ridiculous': Wild horse plan strains Greens, fuels Liberal 'disquiet'

20h smh.com.au
Greens MPs are at war with environmental groups over a NSW government plan to extend protection to feral horses in the Kosciuszko National Park.

 
War of the media giants as Comcast threatens Murdoch deal with Disney

20h smh.com.au
Comcast chief Brian Roberts has laid down the gauntlet to Rupert Murdoch by declaring an audacious attempt to disrupt the mogul's exit from global entertainment.

 
Comcast 'considering' challenge to Murdoch deal with Disney

2018-05-23 telegraph.co.uk
Comcast chief Brian Roberts has laid down the gauntlet to Rupert Murdoch by declaring an audacious bid to disrupt the mogul’s exit from global entertainment.

 
Man accused of faking cancer, defrauding employer of nearly $430,000

2018-05-23 smh.com.au
A man who allegedly defrauded more than $400,000 from a tour company he was working for - and accepted cash from them for cancer treatment he wasn't receiving - has faced a Sydney court.

 
Freedom Leaf, Inc., Takes 25% Equity Interest in Cicero Transact Group, LLC - A Business Platform Launching in July

2018-05-22 globenewswire
This is a Great Opportunity to Bring Serious Deal Flow and Main Stream Transactional Services to the Cannabis & Hemp Sector

 
Boost for Comcast in Murdoch battle as Matt Hancock signals no probe of Sky bid

2018-05-21 telegraph.co.uk
The Government has boosted Comcast in its battle with 21st Century Fox for control of Sky by signalling it will not face the same close scrutiny that has delayed the Murdoch takeover.

 
Technoweld director Graham Fry has warned of potential skills shortages in the defence industry

2018-05-21 perthnow.com.au
ADVANCED training providers will be crucial to addressing the potential skills shortage flowing from the Federal Government’s $90 billion shipbuilding program, an industry training provider has warned.

 
News publishers partner with Nielsen for audience readership data

2018-05-20 theage.com.au
Australia’s biggest news organisations are partnering with global insights company Nielsen to add newspaper and magazine audience data to offer advertisers a multi-channel planning “hub” across television, radio, print and digital.

 
News publishers partner with Nielsen for audience readership data

2018-05-20 smh.com.au
Australia’s biggest news organisations are partnering with global insights company Nielsen to add newspaper and magazine audience data to offer advertisers a multi-channel planning “hub” across television, radio, print and digital.

 
Flash - Google pushes artificial intelligence for upgraded news app - France 24

2018-05-20 france24
For its updated news application, Google is doubling down on the use of artificial intelligence as part of an effort to weed our disinformation and help users get viewpoints beyond their own "filter bubble."

 
Coroner: Asphyxia killed S. Indiana power plant worker

2018-05-18 nzherald.co.nz
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — A coroner says a worker died of asphyxiation in an accident at a Duke Energy power plant in southern Indiana.

 
Can Andy Penn save Telstra, and his job?

2018-05-18 theage.com.au
In early 2015, when Telstra’s respected former chairman Catherine Livingstone coronated Andy Penn as the successor to well-liked chief executive David Thodey, few people questioned the choice.

 
Can Andy Penn save Telstra, and his job?

2018-05-18 smh.com.au
In early 2015, when Telstra’s respected former chairman Catherine Livingstone coronated Andy Penn as the successor to well-liked chief executive David Thodey, few people questioned the choice.

 
SA small business confidence is on the rise but red tape and high costs remain a barrier to growth

2018-05-18 perthnow.com.au
THEY contribute $35 billion to the state’s economy and employ more than a third of South Australian workers, but small businesses continue to be weighed down by red tape, high costs and spiralling power bills.

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