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ACE's lawsuit states it was upfront with the Commonwealth Bank when it provided funds to the IT workers to cover project costs

CBA sued by US charity in bribery case

The Commonwealth Bank is facing legal action in the US from a charity seeking the return of millions of dollars frozen by the bank due to allegations of bribery.


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Now China's taking revenge 

Mike King

The Middle Kingdom has a cast-iron memory. Now it looks set to turn the tables on the big miners Rio Tinto and BHP.

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The art of not caring

Morgan Housel

My journey started with a realisation that the more media investors paid attention to, the worse they did.


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Abbott must stop lobby groups ruling reform

"Everything should be on the table – there are no sacred cows or panaceas - the whole tax mix needs to be reviewed,": PwC's advice to the Abbott government.
Nassim Khadem

The Abbott government must stop listening to lobby groups who are arguing for negative gearing and superannuation concessions to be left off the table for tax reform, says PwC.


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Mining & Resources

Coal headwinds tipped to hit prices

Coal-fired power plant in China.
Stephen Cauchi

The forecast price of coal has been slashed by CitiGroup, which expects it to face stiff headwinds in the coming years.

World Business


Slash stamp duty to attract workers to the bush

"We need to continually focus on how big …the Asian opportunity is." : KPMG Australian chairman Peter Nash.
Jared Lynch

Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Treasurer Joe Hockey should consider slashing stamp duty to attract more people to regional areas and help Australia fully capitalise on the Asian dining boom.

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Mosman Buena Vista pub changes hands

Buena Vista Hotel in Military Road, Mosman.
Carolyn Cummins

The Mosman landmark, the Buena Vista Hotel, has changed hands just on 12 month since it last traded, with a private equity group, the new owners who have installed the new pub outfit The Public House Management Group as the operator.

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Australia's non-mining future with China

As the mining boom cools, Australian farmers and investment bankers alike could capitalise on China's growth.