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'Boom is over': Experts tip property price weakness in 2018

2018-01-02 abc.net.au
Housing is by far Australians' largest asset, worth a total of $6.8 trillion across the country, according to the latest official ABS estimates.

Technology isn't just taking jobs - it's creating new ones

2017-12-15 nzherald.co.nz
Throughout history, technology has simplified tasks and redirected workers away from certain roles and towards others, reconfiguring the workforce.

Technology is not just taking jobs – it’s also creating new ones

2017-12-15 perthnow.com.au
THROUGHOUT history, technology has simplified tasks and redirected workers away from certain roles and towards others, reconfiguring the workforce.

How News Corp could win as Murdoch enters Disney's magic kingdom

2017-12-14 theage.com.au
Rupert Murdoch's entertainment conglomerate 21st Century Fox Group will sell key assets to storied film and theme parks giant Disney. (5-0)

How News Corp could win as Murdoch enters Disney's magic kingdom

2017-12-14 smh.com.au
Rupert Murdoch's entertainment conglomerate 21st Century Fox Group will sell key assets to storied film and theme parks giant Disney. (5-0)

Big firms including News Corp, Exxon and Chevron paid no tax in 2016, Tax Office says

2017-12-08 smh.com.au
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation paid no tax whatsoever in 2015-16 on an Australian income of $2.9 billion. Its competitor Fairfax Media, owner of The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, paid $16 million on a lower income of $1.48 billion. (11-0)

Facebook, Google are 'wastelands' without news, News Corp chief says

2017-12-06 theage.com.au
Problems are on the horizon for news organisations and Facebook alike unless the relationships between these companies can be made "equitable", News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson has warned . (5-0)

Facebook, Google are 'wastelands' without news, News Corp chief says

2017-12-06 smh.com.au
Problems are on the horizon for news organisations and Facebook alike unless the relationships between these companies can be made "equitable", News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson has warned . (5-0)

Zoom Achieves 134 Per Cent Revenue Growth in Australia and New Zealand

2017-12-05 marketwired
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA--(Marketwired - December 05, 2017) - Zoom Video Communications today announced significant growth across Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), having achieved 134 per cent revenue growth and a 105 per cent increase in its customer base over the last year. Its local customer base now enjoying improved communication and collaboration includes Western Sydney University, REA Group, Seek, The Movember Foundation, and Planet Innovation.

ASX struggles as banks, miners offset retail gains

2017-12-05 theage.com.au
Investors continued selling the big four banks, with losses in the big four offsetting gains made by the retailers on a day where the Reserve Bank of Australia kept interest rates on hold. (45-0)

ASX struggles as banks, miners offset retail gains

2017-12-05 smh.com.au
Investors continued selling the big four banks, with losses in the big four offsetting gains made by the retailers on a day where the Reserve Bank of Australia kept interest rates on hold. (45-0)

The Key To Finding Multi-Bagger Stocks

2017-12-04 valuewalk
Defined as ‘stocks that give returns that are several times their costs’ multi-baggers can make your investment career.

Starbucks, WD-40 and News Corp: Fundies name bargain picks

2017-11-30 theage.com.au
In a world where passive investing has stolen much of the active stock picker's glory, Melbourne was treated to some of the more creative and out-of-the-box investment ideas from top fund managers at the Future Generation Investment Forum on Thursday. (5-0)

Starbucks, WD-40 and News Corp: Fundies name bargain picks

2017-11-30 smh.com.au
In a world where passive investing has stolen much of the active stock picker's glory, Melbourne was treated to some of the more creative and out-of-the-box investment ideas from top fund managers at the Future Generation Investment Forum on Thursday. (5-0)

Cooling property markets sees REA push diversification

2017-11-22 theage.com.au
Real estate listings company REA Group has played up its attempts to diversify into areas such as publishing and financial services in the face of cooling property markets.