The competition regulator has launched a cartel action against two of the world’s leading consumer goods companies and supermarket giant Woolworths, claiming an alleged cartel was forged to deny local shoppers access to lower prices for a range of laundry detergent products.
Investors continue to sell out of shares, taking this month's market losses to $70 billion.
A Federal Court has found the directors behind failed nursing home empire Prime Trust, including former federal minister for health and ageing Michael Wooldridge, breached their corporate duties by overseeing a $33 million fee to the trust’s founder.
A $29 billion blow-out in the funding needed to complete the original national broadband network has forced Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull to abandon election promises, admitting the company would no longer be able to finish the first stage of the network by 2016.
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Manchester United has made a poor showing on the field this season. Now the British hedge fund manager Crispin Odey is making a multimillion-dollar bet that the club’s New York-listed shares are destined for a similar trajectory.
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Federation Centres has expanded it footprint into the Sydney retail sector with the $177 million joint acquisition of the Carlingford Court centre from GPT Group.
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