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Google backflips on news product launch amid political battle

Google backflips on news product launch amid political battle

Google will launch a local news product as early as next month as the battle to make it pay for content heats up.

  • by Zoe Samios and Lisa Visentin

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Domain, REA shares lift on low interest rates, property recovery

Domain, REA shares lift on low interest rates, property recovery

Domain and REA are looking for opportunities to grow their businesses.

  • by Zoe Samios
Kayo Freebies to ‘open the door’ for smaller sports

Kayo Freebies to ‘open the door’ for smaller sports

Streaming service Kayo Sports has revealed the first events to be made available on the app free of charge.

  • by Zoe Samios
Seven taps former Nine exec as Google, Facebook battle heats up

Seven taps former Nine exec as Google, Facebook battle heats up

Seven West Media has appointed a new head of regulatory affairs after a reshuffle in Communications Minister Paul Fletcher’s office.

  • by Zoe Samios
Bridget McKenzie’s squeeze pens book about the PM

Bridget McKenzie’s squeeze pens book about the PM

CBD hears Senator Bridget McKenzie is not the only politician reporter Simon Benson has been spending time with.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson and Stephen Brook
Frydenberg hits out at tech giants for ‘shifting goalposts’ on media code

Frydenberg hits out at tech giants for ‘shifting goalposts’ on media code

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has accused the tech giants of doing a disservice to Australians by threatening to shut down their search engines.

  • by Zoe Samios
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What 2021 has in the stars for Australia’s rich and powerful

What 2021 has in the stars for Australia’s rich and powerful

Will Scott Morrison secure the mother lode of vaccines needed to reopen international borders? Will Anthony Albanese still be in place to contest the next federal election? CBD’s conduit to the real stars, Hedy Damari, answers the year’s big questions.

  • by Stephen Brook and Samantha Hutchinson
Has COVID-19 killed the corporate lunch? Actually, no

Has COVID-19 killed the corporate lunch? Actually, no

COVID-19 concerns and a raft of complex, changing social distancing restrictions have presented hospitality groups and restaurants with steep challenges.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson
‘It’s a reality’: Google threatens to stop search in Australia due to media code

‘It’s a reality’: Google threatens to stop search in Australia due to media code

The owner of Australia’s most popular search engine says it is prepared to shut the service down rather than pay media organisations for news content.

  • by Lisa Visentin and Zoe Samios
No more Google searching? Big tech and publishers reach for their guns
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No more Google searching? Big tech and publishers reach for their guns

Google and Facebook threaten to banish Australian users as an inquiry into the use of Australian media content becomes an old-fashioned showdown.

  • by Tony Wright
'Time is running out': Nine, News lead push for Parliament to make tech giants pay

'Time is running out': Nine, News lead push for Parliament to make tech giants pay

Media companies and tech giants Google and Facebook will front a Senate inquiry on Friday into proposed laws to force the tech giants to pay for news content.

  • by Lisa Visentin