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From lettuce buyer to Washington: The life and passions of Nick Bryant

From lettuce buyer to Washington: The life and passions of Nick Bryant

Which phrase does Nick Bryant, former BBC correspondent and host of the Judith Nielson Institute’s podcast Journo, overuse? Canberra is the coup capital of the democratic world.

  • by Zoe Samios

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Echoes of the dotcom crash as COVID sugar hit shakes markets

Echoes of the dotcom crash as COVID sugar hit shakes markets

The sugar hit of pandemic spending is plainly over, and markets - from equities to crypto - are feeling the pain.

  • by Dominic Powell and Nick Bonyhady
Changes in the warehouse sector as Goodman targets $100m in funds

Changes in the warehouse sector as Goodman targets $100m in funds

Warehouse developer Goodman says the sector is facing a structural shift, with tenants deferring expansion plans and focusing on driving existing space harder.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Tech billionaires turn on Biden and his ‘party of hate’

Tech billionaires turn on Biden and his ‘party of hate’

The rift between Silicon Valley’s elite and the White House is growing deeper.

  • by James Titcomb
The Star chairman John O’Neill resigns ahead of inquiry grilling

The Star chairman John O’Neill resigns ahead of inquiry grilling

The Star Entertainment Group’s executive chairman John O’Neill has resigned ahead of a public grilling at an inquiry into the casino outfit’s Sydney casino licence. 

  • by Patrick Hatch
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War of words erupts as Cannon-Brookes sharpens AGL attack

War of words erupts as Cannon-Brookes sharpens AGL attack

The tech billionaire and climate crusader has deferred his timeline for the closure of AGL’s coal-fired power plants, and says he has the shareholder support to scuttle its proposed demerger.

  • by Anthony Segaert
Andrews government to sell tower after sinking millions to fix flammable cladding

Andrews government to sell tower after sinking millions to fix flammable cladding

Is it a case of second time lucky for the Victorian state government in its attempt to sell off the EVO Apartments in Parkville?

  • by Nicole Lindsay
Crown shareholders back $9b Blackstone offer
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Crown shareholders back $9b Blackstone offer

Crown Resorts shareholders have voted to accept an $8.9 billion takeover offer from private equity group Blackstone, which will end almost three years of chaos at the James Packer-backed casino giant.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Woolworths goes up against Amazon, Kogan with $250m MyDeal acquisition

Woolworths goes up against Amazon, Kogan with $250m MyDeal acquisition

Market analysts have questioned retail giant Woolworths’ acquisition of online marketplace MyDeal, invoking the company’s past failures with hardware chain Masters.

  • by Dominic Powell
Three companies control a piece of nearly everything. Should you worry?

Three companies control a piece of nearly everything. Should you worry?

American money management giants BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street look over $31 trillion in assets, giving them colossal sway over a large part of the global economy. And their power is expected to grow.

  • by Farhad Manjoo