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BHP to ride EV, green power revolution as copper, nickel demand set to soar

BHP to ride EV, green power revolution as copper, nickel demand set to soar

Australia’s top miner expects demand for copper to double and nickel to quadruple on the accelerating rollout of electric cars, solar panels and wind farms.

  • by Nick Toscano

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‘No concerns’: Klarna boss unfazed about big banks’ BNPL plays

‘No concerns’: Klarna boss unfazed about big banks’ BNPL plays

The Australian head of buy now, pay later outfit Klarna has dismissed concerns over Commonwealth Bank’s recent foray into the sector.

  • by Dominic Powell
Vaccine delay casts doubt over Qantas’ international restart plans

Vaccine delay casts doubt over Qantas’ international restart plans

The airline may have to change its strategy again as delays to the COVID vaccination program threaten to leave Australia’s international border closed beyond October.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Santos’ six-million-dollar man has played his cards deftly

Santos’ six-million-dollar man has played his cards deftly

With Woodside ready to nab Santos’ Kevin Gallagher, the Santos board only needed the spectre of losing him to take action.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Crown taps former SkyCity deputy chair for board rebuild

Crown taps former SkyCity deputy chair for board rebuild

Crown Resorts has appointed prominent South Australian businessman and former SkyCity deputy chair Bruce Carter as a director to help rebuild the casino group’s emaciated board.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Fallen idol: Record $3.6b fine the latest blow dealt to Jack Ma

Fallen idol: Record $3.6b fine the latest blow dealt to Jack Ma

Once seemingly untouchable, Alibaba founder Jack Ma has endured a tumultuous run that saw his e-commerce giant hit with a record fine, resolving one key uncertainty even as others persist for himself and his business empire.

  • by Tony Munroe
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Network Ten in sweeping company-wide review of staff culture, conduct

Network Ten in sweeping company-wide review of staff culture, conduct

Every member of staff at programs such as Studio 10 and The Project are being interviewed under the directive from US owners ViacomCBS.

  • by Zoe Samios
‘Antiquated legislation’: Catalano pushes rules overhaul in bid to create regional media giant

‘Antiquated legislation’: Catalano pushes rules overhaul in bid to create regional media giant

Antony Catalano will launch several newspapers and wants his journalists to be integrated into Prime Media Group’s newsroom.

  • by Zoe Samios
‘Money where our mouth is’: Matt Kay’s Beach Energy hunting for gas amid fears of south-east shortfall

‘Money where our mouth is’: Matt Kay’s Beach Energy hunting for gas amid fears of south-east shortfall

Beach Energy’s Matt Kay wants to help south-east Australia avoid the nightmare scenario of a gas shortfall.

  • by Nick Toscano
Nine deputy chair Nick Falloon cleared of legal breach, golf membership revoked

Nine deputy chair Nick Falloon cleared of legal breach, golf membership revoked

Nine’s deputy chairman Nick Falloon did not breach his director duties when he gave his son a corporate golf membership, but it has been deemed inappropriate.

  • by Zoe Samios
Prince Philip’s death generates more than 2000 Australian news items

Prince Philip’s death generates more than 2000 Australian news items

Coverage of Prince Philip’s death dominated the media over the weekend in Australia. In the UK, it sparked a backlash.

  • by Zoe Samios