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Business Top Stories

Airbnb regulation concerns

Sat Sep 03 12:20:21 EST 2016

A former Tasmanian Liberal minister calls on the Government to back away from regulating the so-called sharing economy.

Does Australia need lemon laws ?

Sat Sep 03 06:03:59 EST 2016

Legal groups are calling for Australia to introduce what is known as “lemon laws” to cover faulty products, including new and used cars.

BHP boss blasts tax

Fri Sep 02 23:31:30 EST 2016

BHP Billiton executive Mike Henry launches a stinging attack on WA Nationals Leader Brendon Grylls’ proposed mining tax.

Govt funding to board members

Fri Sep 02 19:48:14 EST 2016

WA’s Arts Minister approved film funding worth around $1.7 million over three years for production companies owned by members of the Screenwest board.

ARENA funding

Fri Sep 02 18:37:45 EST 2016

Doubts in continued funding to ARENA lead to a two projects being suspended in NSW and WA.

ASX lower amid US rate hike fears

Fri Sep 02 18:30:45 EST 2016

The local market closes three-quarters of a per cent lower, ending a week of losses.

Overseas funded unit boom

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

An analysis of the banking regulator’s data by UBS shows that foreign banks are the driving force behind the latest phase of the east coast apartment boom.

Samsung halts exploding battery phone sales

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

Samsung confirms it will halt the sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after multiple reports of exploding batteries.

Plans for Uber

Fri Sep 02 17:16:54 EST 2016

NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner says he will not change his mind on introducing Uber to the jurisdiction.

Melania Trump sues news outlets

Fri Sep 02 15:31:23 EST 2016

Donald Trump’s wife Melania sues two media outlets that alleged she worked as an escort in the 1990s.

Tale of two rate cuts

Fri Sep 02 14:44:05 EST 2016

When the Reserve Bank cut interest rates by 25 basis points in May, most home borrowers saw the full benefit, but it was a very different story in August.

CommSec s penalties, refunds

Fri Sep 02 14:00:30 EST 2016

CommSec, the brokerage arm of the Commonwealth Bank, pays $700,000 in infringement penalties and voluntarily refunds $1.1 million to more than 25,000 clients.

Hotel booking shake-up

Fri Sep 02 13:04:20 EST 2016

The competition watchdog has reached a deal with travel sites Expedia and Booking.com to allow hotels to provide cheaper rates to customers booking on the phone or through walk-ins, but not on the hotels’ actual website.

RBA s club MIT

Fri Sep 02 10:47:07 EST 2016

The dominance of graduates from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the Reserve Bank is further entrenched with the appointment of Guy Debelle as the new deputy governor.

Hydro leak unresolved: Treasurer

Fri Sep 02 10:38:48 EST 2016

Treasurer Peter Gutwein says he is considering his next move over the apparent leaking of a Hydro Tasmania document.

US markets flat

Fri Sep 02 08:33:29 EST 2016

Wall Street finishes flat, with weak oil prices and sluggish factory activity data limiting the markets’ gains.

Cape Canaveral explosion

Fri Sep 02 00:10:03 EST 2016

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral in Florida during a test, destroying it and its payload.

Apple tax bill crap

Thu Sep 01 19:32:13 EST 2016

A $19.2 billion back tax bill served on Apple by the European Union is “total political crap”, CEO Tim Cook says.

Manta ray controls sought

Thu Sep 01 19:14:36 EST 2016

Researchers from Murdoch University call for tighter controls over the manta ray tourism industry at Ningaloo reef in Western Australia’s north-west.

Market close

Thu Sep 01 17:22:06 EST 2016

Australian shares close modestly lower as figures showing retail sales remained flat, while business investments fell in July.

Ausgrid exception not rule

Thu Sep 01 16:48:04 EST 2016

Former Liberal treasurer Peter Costello says the Ausgrid takeover rejection should be the exception to the rule, as Chinese investments have “transformed the living standards of every Australian”.

Chinese cargo ship released

Thu Sep 01 15:50:00 EST 2016

A Chinese cargo ship which was arrested and then detained by Australian authorities for more than a month is now free to go.

Chinese manufacturing stagnates

Thu Sep 01 14:21:13 EST 2016

Both official and unofficial measures show China’s once-booming manufacturing sector remains stagnant amid weak global demand.

Manufacturing slump

Thu Sep 01 14:04:43 EST 2016

A downturn in food and beverage production drives a slump in Australia’s manufacturing sector in August, sending a key measure of activity to its lowest point in more than a year.

Business investment falls

Thu Sep 01 12:07:35 EST 2016

Business investment tumbles another 5.4 per cent in the June quarter to be down more than 17 per cent over the year.

Business

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Ireland to join Apple against EU tax ruling

Does Australia need lemon laws for dodgy cars?

Samsung halts sales of Galaxy Note 7 over exploding battery concerns

Doubts in renewable energy funding leads to suspension of projects

CommSec pays $700,000 in penalties, $1.1 million in refunds to clients

Why the banks rate cuts were more generous in May

Sane club MIT entrenched with Debelle s appointment as RBA deputy

Travel sites to amend price clauses to allow cheaper hotel rates

More

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Editor s Picks

Foreign banks funding the apartment boom: UBS

Direct action not as motivating as carbon tax, research finds

How often do we print money and what happens to the old bank notes?

Better regulation of all political finance would help control foreign donations

Big was not beautiful in financial year 2016

So long, economic theory

Budgets and polls

Warning signs were there

Brexit and the future of work

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Video 3:31 Friday markets with Julia Lee

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Video 7:48 Dr Richard Corkish and Christopher Murray speak to The Business

Video 3:55 Why record low rates aren t lifting retail spending rates

Video 1:38 Business in 90 Seconds

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Cloud Messaging API, Fax Broadcasting, Email, Voice Broadcasting, SMS Messaging #fax #broadcasting,mass


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Cloud-Based Messaging, Fax Broadcasting, Email Marketing, Voice Broadcasting SMS Messaging

Cloud-Based Messaging, Fax broadcasting, email marketing, surveys, voice broadcasting and SMS text messaging campaigns can all be launched and managed from WebLaunch™. BLI Messaging is the first and only provider to offer all channels integrated into one, easy-to-use interface.

Fax-to-email and fax broadcasting; email marketing and e-surveys; voice broadcasting, cloud-based messaging and SMS text messaging comprise our core service offerings. We offer a range of ancillary products such as Landing Pages and ‘triggers’ to better facilitate execution of marketing contact strategies, from simple to complex. Furthermore, we excel in developing custom applications for messaging and data management.

All the bells whistles you’d expect from the
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Capture customer data and gather feedback
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BLI Landing Pages build deep personal
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Integrate Multi-Channel Messaging into Student Information Systems (SIS) with BLI s Cloud-Based Integration Solutions.

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Experience working for highly visible financial institutions has made us a leader in communications security.


Colleges in Arlington, Texas (TX) – Universities, Trade #arlington, #texas, #colleges, #universitites,


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Arlington Colleges, Universities, Trade and Vocational Schools

Arlington Colleges and Schools

Colleges in Arlington, Texas

There are at least 10 colleges in Arlington, listed and described below. These schools represent 25,352 or more students (full-time and part-time), a combined student body equivalent to 20,674 full-time students, and a reported 4,451 dorm rooms.

We also provide an extensive list of Texas Colleges .

Of Note For College Students

  • There are a lot of studio and one-bedroom apartments in Arlington.

Featured Colleges in the Arlington Area (QuickSchools )

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Arlington, TX; Richardson, TX

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Grand Prairie, TX

Schools open to most or all qualified applicants (qualifications vary).
Based on 2008-2009 information.

  • Programs: radio and television
  • Degrees/Certificates: Certificates.
  • Student Body: 63 students, 69 full-time equivalent.
  • Notable: Placement assistance.
  • Programs: education, teacher education, pastoral counseling, missionary studies
  • Degrees/Certificates: Bachelor’s.
  • Student Body: 144 students, 137 full-time equivalent.
  • Dorms: 160 student capacity.
  • Flexibility: Distance learning. AP credits. Some high school credits accepted.
  • Notable: Career counseling. Placement assistance. Remedial services.
  • Programs: medical records tech, accounting technology, system administration, computer security, mechanical engineering tech
  • Degrees/Certificates: Certificates.
  • Student Body: 109 students, 112 full-time equivalent.
  • Flexibility: AP credits.
  • Notable: Career counseling. Placement assistance.
  • Programs: Several programs. Most popular include: medical coding, surgical tech, legal assistant, medical assistant, general office occupations, court reporting, pharmacy tech, administrative assistant
  • Degrees/Certificates: Certificates.
  • Student Body: 119 students, 227 full-time equivalent.
  • Flexibility: Weekend classes available.
  • Notable: Placement assistance.
  • Programs: cosmetology, aesthetician and skin care, personal grooming, cosmetoloty instructor
  • Degrees/Certificates: Certificates.
  • Student Body: 272 students, 283 full-time equivalent.
  • Flexibility: Weekend classes available.
  • Notable: Career counseling. Placement assistance.

Colleges in Arlington with Selective Admissions

These schools do not admit all qualified applicants.
Based on 2008-2009 information.

  • Programs: medical assistant
  • Degrees/Certificates: Certificates.
  • Student Body: 28 students, 70 full-time equivalent.
  • SAT: not generally required.
  • Notable: Career counseling. Placement assistance. Remedial services.
  • Programs: licensed practical nurse, medical assistant, dental assistant, medical coding, surgical tech
  • Degrees/Certificates: Certificates.
  • Student Body: 649 students, 842 full-time equivalent.
  • SAT: not generally required.
  • Notable: Career counseling. Placement assistance. Remedial services.
  • Programs: Many programs. Most popular include: business management, interdisciplinary studies, social work, registered nursing, biology, banking, electrical engineering, accounting
  • Degrees/Certificates: Certificates. Bachelor’s. Master’s.
  • Student Body: 24,889 students, 20,059 full-time equivalent.
  • Dorms: 4,291 student capacity.
  • SAT 25-75th percentile: Verbal: 460-580. Math: 490-600. Writing: 450-560.
  • Flexibility: Distance learning. AP credits. Some high school credits accepted.
  • Notable: Career counseling. Placement assistance. On-campus daycare. Remedial services. Study abroad option. Member of a national athletic association.

Murdoch University International Study Centre Dubai – Journalism Bachelor of Mass Communication


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About Journalism (BCommun)

Learn the art and science of journalism in our advanced newsrooms and studios. As a Murdoch Journalism student you’ll combine hands-on practical experience in reporting and writing for both print and broadcast journalism. You’ll learn about the world of contemporary global media and study media technologies, communication policy, media audiences and public opinion. Combined with a second major in a related area such as Screen Production you’ll be able to turn your passion into an exciting career that can take you right round the world.

What can I do with my Journalism degree?

The field of Journalism offers a wide range of career options. In the world of print you might decide to work as a Journalist, Columnist, Writer, or Editor. You might pursue a career in television either behind the scenes or on camera. Government Departments and private corporations employ Media Liaison Officers to assist them with their public relations. During your degree you may discover a secret talent for Communication Media Studies announcing or program production or you might find your niche as a copy writer for an advertising company.

How to apply

To apply for one of our programs you must submit all the required documentation outlined in the checklists below.

You can submit documentation via post, email, facsimile or in person. Please be aware that in order to gain a full offer you must meet our minimum entry requirements and all your original transcripts will need to be sighted by one of our Admissions Officers.

Please use the checklist below and submit all documentation before the relevant due date.

UG/MUPC Application Checklist:

  1. Complete the undergraduate application form .
  2. Submit all of your completed qualifications and the transcripts of your results.
  • This will help the university to properly assess your application.
  • Incomplete applications will not be processed.
  1. Enclose certified copies of your English test score (IELTS or TOEFL) if applicable.
  2. An application fee should be included along with the application.
  • Undergraduate application fee – AED 250
  1. Submit two passport size photographs.
  2. Submit your passport copy with visa page.

Applications sent without this fee will not be processed.

Student applications

If you would like to apply for this course you can now:

What our students say

Sakina Feroz Vajihi – Bachelor of Communication – Journalism

“One of the best things about Murdoch University are the lecturers. It is inspiring to learn from people who have excelled in the field of Journalism. The amount of enthusiasm and expertise they bring to the degree is fantastic. A degree in Journalism is strongly recommended for anyone wanting to get into the industry, because they are looking for the most broadly skilled candidates.”


Digital signage software solutions #digital #signage,narrowcasting,captive #indoor #media,retail-tv,broadcast #signage,media #signage,display #monitors,indoor #television,closed


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SignageStudio Pro

SignageStudio Pro is a Digital Signage presentation builder that`s 100% FREE and cross OS

Powerful presentation builder

The SignageStudio Pro is 100% FREE, cross OS presentation builder like no other, it is at the core the Digital Signage platform. It is where you will spend most of your time building, configuring, controlling and maintaining your complete digital signage platform. And because the SignageStudio plays such a vital role in the success of your final product, we felt we had to deliver an amazing platform which can deliver ease of use without compromising functionality; and that s exactly what we did. Using the Studio application you can create any number of campaigns. The campaign unify a set of timelines which together construct your final display output. Below are some of the key features that are part of the Studio.

Campaign

The campaign is a global configuration which holds your complete digital signage setup. Having the ability to configure multiple campaigns allows you to easily switch your signage players from one configuration to another.

Timeline

A timeline is a visual representation of the sequential play list order of your media resources. A collection of all your timelines make up the final output of your digital signage presentation.

Stations

The Station manager empowers you to remotely control all of the Signage Players. You can reboot, play, stop, update software, get statistics and more. All this from within the comfort of the SignageStudio station manager.

Screen division (zones)

Screen division divide the screen into separate areas (AKA Zones). Areas are assigned a channel number in which you can run independent content. Included in our software is a powerful screen division WYSIWYG editor.

Sequencing

The sequencer is essentially a simple and effective way to serially set the play list order of all the timelines. This is done using simple drag and drop operation.

Scheduler

Set your timelines to play at any day and anytime. Use the schedular to set the exact start and stop times. A graphical interface is used to get a summery of all future playlists and easily resolve conflicts.

Advertising engine

Build your own Advertising network, provide to your customer proof of play, visual analytics and more. Each customer can be managed through the sub-account manager.

Resources

Resources include any media content which loads onto your digital SignagePlayer. These include video, sound, signage components and scenes. Also provided are social network portals that retrieve shared files. These portals include social networks as well as our own built in digital signage social network.

Components

The components include many valuable tools that you can use to enrich your signage presentation. These include RSS News, Stock tickers, RSS Weather, RSS Video Podcasts, HTML component, TV Tuner / Capture card, clocks and more. Components can be used directly on the timeline or within a designer scene.

Scene Editor

The Scene Editor is a canvas where you can mix multiple components and resources. You assign a Scene to one or more screen divisions (also known as zones). The Scene editor is a fully customizable widget editor with built in animation, effects and control of the X / Y coordinates of all the items it holds.

CSS

Set the color and font scheme that s right for you. With our flexible CSS controls you can set the SignageStudio to match your style and preference.

Catalog

A powerful tool that allows you to easily display unlimited number with a common format. The items can be viewed inside any number of catalog
sub-players which include carousals, book flipping, 3D floaters and more.

Multi Language

Select the language of your choice. Both Studio and SignagePlayer applications are multi lingual. Enterprise members can present the application in multiple languages to attract a greater customer base.

Active Digital Signage components

With active digital signage components your SignagePlayer is energized with dynamic live content. Instead of just running static videos and images, you can integrate Live TV, RSS, Weather, Facebook, QR, Twitter, Kiosk builder, Stocks, YouTube and dozens of other cool, live, relevant content that is sure to bring your screens to life.

You can even develop your own custom Digital Signage component using our software development kit (SDK).

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Business Top Stories – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) #business #loan #calculator

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Business Top Stories

Airbnb regulation concerns

Sat Sep 03 12:20:21 EST 2016

A former Tasmanian Liberal minister calls on the Government to back away from regulating the so-called sharing economy.

Does Australia need lemon laws ?

Sat Sep 03 06:03:59 EST 2016

Legal groups are calling for Australia to introduce what is known as “lemon laws” to cover faulty products, including new and used cars.

BHP boss blasts tax

Fri Sep 02 23:31:30 EST 2016

BHP Billiton executive Mike Henry launches a stinging attack on WA Nationals Leader Brendon Grylls’ proposed mining tax.

Govt funding to board members

Fri Sep 02 19:48:14 EST 2016

WA’s Arts Minister approved film funding worth around $1.7 million over three years for production companies owned by members of the Screenwest board.

ARENA funding

Fri Sep 02 18:37:45 EST 2016

Doubts in continued funding to ARENA lead to a two projects being suspended in NSW and WA.

ASX lower amid US rate hike fears

Fri Sep 02 18:30:45 EST 2016

The local market closes three-quarters of a per cent lower, ending a week of losses.

Overseas funded unit boom

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

An analysis of the banking regulator’s data by UBS shows that foreign banks are the driving force behind the latest phase of the east coast apartment boom.

Samsung halts exploding battery phone sales

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

Samsung confirms it will halt the sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after multiple reports of exploding batteries.

Plans for Uber

Fri Sep 02 17:16:54 EST 2016

NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner says he will not change his mind on introducing Uber to the jurisdiction.

Melania Trump sues news outlets

Fri Sep 02 15:31:23 EST 2016

Donald Trump’s wife Melania sues two media outlets that alleged she worked as an escort in the 1990s.

Tale of two rate cuts

Fri Sep 02 14:44:05 EST 2016

When the Reserve Bank cut interest rates by 25 basis points in May, most home borrowers saw the full benefit, but it was a very different story in August.

CommSec s penalties, refunds

Fri Sep 02 14:00:30 EST 2016

CommSec, the brokerage arm of the Commonwealth Bank, pays $700,000 in infringement penalties and voluntarily refunds $1.1 million to more than 25,000 clients.

Hotel booking shake-up

Fri Sep 02 13:04:20 EST 2016

The competition watchdog has reached a deal with travel sites Expedia and Booking.com to allow hotels to provide cheaper rates to customers booking on the phone or through walk-ins, but not on the hotels’ actual website.

RBA s club MIT

Fri Sep 02 10:47:07 EST 2016

The dominance of graduates from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the Reserve Bank is further entrenched with the appointment of Guy Debelle as the new deputy governor.

Hydro leak unresolved: Treasurer

Fri Sep 02 10:38:48 EST 2016

Treasurer Peter Gutwein says he is considering his next move over the apparent leaking of a Hydro Tasmania document.

US markets flat

Fri Sep 02 08:33:29 EST 2016

Wall Street finishes flat, with weak oil prices and sluggish factory activity data limiting the markets’ gains.

Cape Canaveral explosion

Fri Sep 02 00:10:03 EST 2016

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral in Florida during a test, destroying it and its payload.

Apple tax bill crap

Thu Sep 01 19:32:13 EST 2016

A $19.2 billion back tax bill served on Apple by the European Union is “total political crap”, CEO Tim Cook says.

Manta ray controls sought

Thu Sep 01 19:14:36 EST 2016

Researchers from Murdoch University call for tighter controls over the manta ray tourism industry at Ningaloo reef in Western Australia’s north-west.

Market close

Thu Sep 01 17:22:06 EST 2016

Australian shares close modestly lower as figures showing retail sales remained flat, while business investments fell in July.

Ausgrid exception not rule

Thu Sep 01 16:48:04 EST 2016

Former Liberal treasurer Peter Costello says the Ausgrid takeover rejection should be the exception to the rule, as Chinese investments have “transformed the living standards of every Australian”.

Chinese cargo ship released

Thu Sep 01 15:50:00 EST 2016

A Chinese cargo ship which was arrested and then detained by Australian authorities for more than a month is now free to go.

Chinese manufacturing stagnates

Thu Sep 01 14:21:13 EST 2016

Both official and unofficial measures show China’s once-booming manufacturing sector remains stagnant amid weak global demand.

Manufacturing slump

Thu Sep 01 14:04:43 EST 2016

A downturn in food and beverage production drives a slump in Australia’s manufacturing sector in August, sending a key measure of activity to its lowest point in more than a year.

Business investment falls

Thu Sep 01 12:07:35 EST 2016

Business investment tumbles another 5.4 per cent in the June quarter to be down more than 17 per cent over the year.

Business

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Business Top Stories – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) #business #credit #cards

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Airbnb regulation concerns

Sat Sep 03 12:20:21 EST 2016

A former Tasmanian Liberal minister calls on the Government to back away from regulating the so-called sharing economy.

Does Australia need lemon laws ?

Sat Sep 03 06:03:59 EST 2016

Legal groups are calling for Australia to introduce what is known as “lemon laws” to cover faulty products, including new and used cars.

BHP boss blasts tax

Fri Sep 02 23:31:30 EST 2016

BHP Billiton executive Mike Henry launches a stinging attack on WA Nationals Leader Brendon Grylls’ proposed mining tax.

Govt funding to board members

Fri Sep 02 19:48:14 EST 2016

WA’s Arts Minister approved film funding worth around $1.7 million over three years for production companies owned by members of the Screenwest board.

ARENA funding

Fri Sep 02 18:37:45 EST 2016

Doubts in continued funding to ARENA lead to a two projects being suspended in NSW and WA.

ASX lower amid US rate hike fears

Fri Sep 02 18:30:45 EST 2016

The local market closes three-quarters of a per cent lower, ending a week of losses.

Overseas funded unit boom

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

An analysis of the banking regulator’s data by UBS shows that foreign banks are the driving force behind the latest phase of the east coast apartment boom.

Samsung halts exploding battery phone sales

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

Samsung confirms it will halt the sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after multiple reports of exploding batteries.

Plans for Uber

Fri Sep 02 17:16:54 EST 2016

NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner says he will not change his mind on introducing Uber to the jurisdiction.

Melania Trump sues news outlets

Fri Sep 02 15:31:23 EST 2016

Donald Trump’s wife Melania sues two media outlets that alleged she worked as an escort in the 1990s.

Tale of two rate cuts

Fri Sep 02 14:44:05 EST 2016

When the Reserve Bank cut interest rates by 25 basis points in May, most home borrowers saw the full benefit, but it was a very different story in August.

CommSec s penalties, refunds

Fri Sep 02 14:00:30 EST 2016

CommSec, the brokerage arm of the Commonwealth Bank, pays $700,000 in infringement penalties and voluntarily refunds $1.1 million to more than 25,000 clients.

Hotel booking shake-up

Fri Sep 02 13:04:20 EST 2016

The competition watchdog has reached a deal with travel sites Expedia and Booking.com to allow hotels to provide cheaper rates to customers booking on the phone or through walk-ins, but not on the hotels’ actual website.

RBA s club MIT

Fri Sep 02 10:47:07 EST 2016

The dominance of graduates from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the Reserve Bank is further entrenched with the appointment of Guy Debelle as the new deputy governor.

Hydro leak unresolved: Treasurer

Fri Sep 02 10:38:48 EST 2016

Treasurer Peter Gutwein says he is considering his next move over the apparent leaking of a Hydro Tasmania document.

US markets flat

Fri Sep 02 08:33:29 EST 2016

Wall Street finishes flat, with weak oil prices and sluggish factory activity data limiting the markets’ gains.

Cape Canaveral explosion

Fri Sep 02 00:10:03 EST 2016

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral in Florida during a test, destroying it and its payload.

Apple tax bill crap

Thu Sep 01 19:32:13 EST 2016

A $19.2 billion back tax bill served on Apple by the European Union is “total political crap”, CEO Tim Cook says.

Manta ray controls sought

Thu Sep 01 19:14:36 EST 2016

Researchers from Murdoch University call for tighter controls over the manta ray tourism industry at Ningaloo reef in Western Australia’s north-west.

Market close

Thu Sep 01 17:22:06 EST 2016

Australian shares close modestly lower as figures showing retail sales remained flat, while business investments fell in July.

Ausgrid exception not rule

Thu Sep 01 16:48:04 EST 2016

Former Liberal treasurer Peter Costello says the Ausgrid takeover rejection should be the exception to the rule, as Chinese investments have “transformed the living standards of every Australian”.

Chinese cargo ship released

Thu Sep 01 15:50:00 EST 2016

A Chinese cargo ship which was arrested and then detained by Australian authorities for more than a month is now free to go.

Chinese manufacturing stagnates

Thu Sep 01 14:21:13 EST 2016

Both official and unofficial measures show China’s once-booming manufacturing sector remains stagnant amid weak global demand.

Manufacturing slump

Thu Sep 01 14:04:43 EST 2016

A downturn in food and beverage production drives a slump in Australia’s manufacturing sector in August, sending a key measure of activity to its lowest point in more than a year.

Business investment falls

Thu Sep 01 12:07:35 EST 2016

Business investment tumbles another 5.4 per cent in the June quarter to be down more than 17 per cent over the year.

Business

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Ireland to join Apple against EU tax ruling

Does Australia need lemon laws for dodgy cars?

Samsung halts sales of Galaxy Note 7 over exploding battery concerns

Doubts in renewable energy funding leads to suspension of projects

CommSec pays $700,000 in penalties, $1.1 million in refunds to clients

Why the banks rate cuts were more generous in May

Sane club MIT entrenched with Debelle s appointment as RBA deputy

Travel sites to amend price clauses to allow cheaper hotel rates

More

Watch: Business News in 90 Seconds

Editor s Picks

Foreign banks funding the apartment boom: UBS

Direct action not as motivating as carbon tax, research finds

How often do we print money and what happens to the old bank notes?

Better regulation of all political finance would help control foreign donations

Big was not beautiful in financial year 2016

So long, economic theory

Budgets and polls

Warning signs were there

Brexit and the future of work

Video

Video 1:31 Australian share market closes lower amid US rate hike concerns

Video 3:31 Friday markets with Julia Lee

Video 1:27 Business in 90 Seconds

Video 7:48 Dr Richard Corkish and Christopher Murray speak to The Business

Video 3:55 Why record low rates aren t lifting retail spending rates

Video 1:38 Business in 90 Seconds

Audio

Audio 4:39 Zombie economy: the state-owned steel companies slowing China down

Audio 3:11 Farmers nervous about political pressure to allow genetically-modified material in organic food

Audio 2:50 Small winemakers unite to fight Govt reforms that would exclude them from rebates

Audio 3:50 Car enthusiasts arrive in Alice Springs for Red Centre Nats

Audio 5:03 IMF flags growth downgrade as G20 firepower questioned

Audio 3:14 Soaring ambitions of powerful tech entrepreneurs crash back to earth as satellite blows up on launch

Business Programs

The Finance Report with Alan Kohler

The Finance Quarter with Andrew Robertson

The Business





Business Top Stories – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) #business #plan #software

#business articles

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Business Top Stories

Airbnb regulation concerns

Sat Sep 03 12:20:21 EST 2016

A former Tasmanian Liberal minister calls on the Government to back away from regulating the so-called sharing economy.

Does Australia need lemon laws ?

Sat Sep 03 06:03:59 EST 2016

Legal groups are calling for Australia to introduce what is known as “lemon laws” to cover faulty products, including new and used cars.

BHP boss blasts tax

Fri Sep 02 23:31:30 EST 2016

BHP Billiton executive Mike Henry launches a stinging attack on WA Nationals Leader Brendon Grylls’ proposed mining tax.

Govt funding to board members

Fri Sep 02 19:48:14 EST 2016

WA’s Arts Minister approved film funding worth around $1.7 million over three years for production companies owned by members of the Screenwest board.

ARENA funding

Fri Sep 02 18:37:45 EST 2016

Doubts in continued funding to ARENA lead to a two projects being suspended in NSW and WA.

ASX lower amid US rate hike fears

Fri Sep 02 18:30:45 EST 2016

The local market closes three-quarters of a per cent lower, ending a week of losses.

Overseas funded unit boom

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

An analysis of the banking regulator’s data by UBS shows that foreign banks are the driving force behind the latest phase of the east coast apartment boom.

Samsung halts exploding battery phone sales

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

Samsung confirms it will halt the sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after multiple reports of exploding batteries.

Plans for Uber

Fri Sep 02 17:16:54 EST 2016

NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner says he will not change his mind on introducing Uber to the jurisdiction.

Melania Trump sues news outlets

Fri Sep 02 15:31:23 EST 2016

Donald Trump’s wife Melania sues two media outlets that alleged she worked as an escort in the 1990s.

Tale of two rate cuts

Fri Sep 02 14:44:05 EST 2016

When the Reserve Bank cut interest rates by 25 basis points in May, most home borrowers saw the full benefit, but it was a very different story in August.

CommSec s penalties, refunds

Fri Sep 02 14:00:30 EST 2016

CommSec, the brokerage arm of the Commonwealth Bank, pays $700,000 in infringement penalties and voluntarily refunds $1.1 million to more than 25,000 clients.

Hotel booking shake-up

Fri Sep 02 13:04:20 EST 2016

The competition watchdog has reached a deal with travel sites Expedia and Booking.com to allow hotels to provide cheaper rates to customers booking on the phone or through walk-ins, but not on the hotels’ actual website.

RBA s club MIT

Fri Sep 02 10:47:07 EST 2016

The dominance of graduates from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the Reserve Bank is further entrenched with the appointment of Guy Debelle as the new deputy governor.

Hydro leak unresolved: Treasurer

Fri Sep 02 10:38:48 EST 2016

Treasurer Peter Gutwein says he is considering his next move over the apparent leaking of a Hydro Tasmania document.

US markets flat

Fri Sep 02 08:33:29 EST 2016

Wall Street finishes flat, with weak oil prices and sluggish factory activity data limiting the markets’ gains.

Cape Canaveral explosion

Fri Sep 02 00:10:03 EST 2016

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral in Florida during a test, destroying it and its payload.

Apple tax bill crap

Thu Sep 01 19:32:13 EST 2016

A $19.2 billion back tax bill served on Apple by the European Union is “total political crap”, CEO Tim Cook says.

Manta ray controls sought

Thu Sep 01 19:14:36 EST 2016

Researchers from Murdoch University call for tighter controls over the manta ray tourism industry at Ningaloo reef in Western Australia’s north-west.

Market close

Thu Sep 01 17:22:06 EST 2016

Australian shares close modestly lower as figures showing retail sales remained flat, while business investments fell in July.

Ausgrid exception not rule

Thu Sep 01 16:48:04 EST 2016

Former Liberal treasurer Peter Costello says the Ausgrid takeover rejection should be the exception to the rule, as Chinese investments have “transformed the living standards of every Australian”.

Chinese cargo ship released

Thu Sep 01 15:50:00 EST 2016

A Chinese cargo ship which was arrested and then detained by Australian authorities for more than a month is now free to go.

Chinese manufacturing stagnates

Thu Sep 01 14:21:13 EST 2016

Both official and unofficial measures show China’s once-booming manufacturing sector remains stagnant amid weak global demand.

Manufacturing slump

Thu Sep 01 14:04:43 EST 2016

A downturn in food and beverage production drives a slump in Australia’s manufacturing sector in August, sending a key measure of activity to its lowest point in more than a year.

Business investment falls

Thu Sep 01 12:07:35 EST 2016

Business investment tumbles another 5.4 per cent in the June quarter to be down more than 17 per cent over the year.

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Airbnb regulation concerns

Sat Sep 03 12:20:21 EST 2016

A former Tasmanian Liberal minister calls on the Government to back away from regulating the so-called sharing economy.

Does Australia need lemon laws ?

Sat Sep 03 06:03:59 EST 2016

Legal groups are calling for Australia to introduce what is known as “lemon laws” to cover faulty products, including new and used cars.

BHP boss blasts tax

Fri Sep 02 23:31:30 EST 2016

BHP Billiton executive Mike Henry launches a stinging attack on WA Nationals Leader Brendon Grylls’ proposed mining tax.

Govt funding to board members

Fri Sep 02 19:48:14 EST 2016

WA’s Arts Minister approved film funding worth around $1.7 million over three years for production companies owned by members of the Screenwest board.

ARENA funding

Fri Sep 02 18:37:45 EST 2016

Doubts in continued funding to ARENA lead to a two projects being suspended in NSW and WA.

ASX lower amid US rate hike fears

Fri Sep 02 18:30:45 EST 2016

The local market closes three-quarters of a per cent lower, ending a week of losses.

Overseas funded unit boom

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

An analysis of the banking regulator’s data by UBS shows that foreign banks are the driving force behind the latest phase of the east coast apartment boom.

Samsung halts exploding battery phone sales

Fri Sep 02 17:27:29 EST 2016

Samsung confirms it will halt the sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after multiple reports of exploding batteries.

Plans for Uber

Fri Sep 02 17:16:54 EST 2016

NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner says he will not change his mind on introducing Uber to the jurisdiction.

Melania Trump sues news outlets

Fri Sep 02 15:31:23 EST 2016

Donald Trump’s wife Melania sues two media outlets that alleged she worked as an escort in the 1990s.

Tale of two rate cuts

Fri Sep 02 14:44:05 EST 2016

When the Reserve Bank cut interest rates by 25 basis points in May, most home borrowers saw the full benefit, but it was a very different story in August.

CommSec s penalties, refunds

Fri Sep 02 14:00:30 EST 2016

CommSec, the brokerage arm of the Commonwealth Bank, pays $700,000 in infringement penalties and voluntarily refunds $1.1 million to more than 25,000 clients.

Hotel booking shake-up

Fri Sep 02 13:04:20 EST 2016

The competition watchdog has reached a deal with travel sites Expedia and Booking.com to allow hotels to provide cheaper rates to customers booking on the phone or through walk-ins, but not on the hotels’ actual website.

RBA s club MIT

Fri Sep 02 10:47:07 EST 2016

The dominance of graduates from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the Reserve Bank is further entrenched with the appointment of Guy Debelle as the new deputy governor.

Hydro leak unresolved: Treasurer

Fri Sep 02 10:38:48 EST 2016

Treasurer Peter Gutwein says he is considering his next move over the apparent leaking of a Hydro Tasmania document.

US markets flat

Fri Sep 02 08:33:29 EST 2016

Wall Street finishes flat, with weak oil prices and sluggish factory activity data limiting the markets’ gains.

Cape Canaveral explosion

Fri Sep 02 00:10:03 EST 2016

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral in Florida during a test, destroying it and its payload.

Apple tax bill crap

Thu Sep 01 19:32:13 EST 2016

A $19.2 billion back tax bill served on Apple by the European Union is “total political crap”, CEO Tim Cook says.

Manta ray controls sought

Thu Sep 01 19:14:36 EST 2016

Researchers from Murdoch University call for tighter controls over the manta ray tourism industry at Ningaloo reef in Western Australia’s north-west.

Market close

Thu Sep 01 17:22:06 EST 2016

Australian shares close modestly lower as figures showing retail sales remained flat, while business investments fell in July.

Ausgrid exception not rule

Thu Sep 01 16:48:04 EST 2016

Former Liberal treasurer Peter Costello says the Ausgrid takeover rejection should be the exception to the rule, as Chinese investments have “transformed the living standards of every Australian”.

Chinese cargo ship released

Thu Sep 01 15:50:00 EST 2016

A Chinese cargo ship which was arrested and then detained by Australian authorities for more than a month is now free to go.

Chinese manufacturing stagnates

Thu Sep 01 14:21:13 EST 2016

Both official and unofficial measures show China’s once-booming manufacturing sector remains stagnant amid weak global demand.

Manufacturing slump

Thu Sep 01 14:04:43 EST 2016

A downturn in food and beverage production drives a slump in Australia’s manufacturing sector in August, sending a key measure of activity to its lowest point in more than a year.

Business investment falls

Thu Sep 01 12:07:35 EST 2016

Business investment tumbles another 5.4 per cent in the June quarter to be down more than 17 per cent over the year.

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