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Lucy Battersby is Trends Reporter for The Age. Prior to this, she worked as a technology reporter. She worked on communications policy for the federal government before joining Fairfax in 2006.
Lucy Battersby A stockbroker who sued his former employer over claims he was entitled to a $1 million stake in the company has had the case thrown out for a second time.
Lucy Battersby A number of suppliers producing a range of groceries have spoken out against the dominant supermarket chains, Woolworths and Coles, saying they prefer dealing with German-owned rival Aldi.
Lucy Battersby Suppliers producing groceries ranging from fresh fruit and vegetables to household products have spoken out against Australia's two dominant supermarket chains, Woolworths and Coles, saying they...
Lucy Battersby Top Woolworths executives are on the offensive in Canberra, armed with a dossier of confidential research designed to convince politicians the supermarket giant is not as big and bad as everyone...
Lucy Battersby Vodafone Australia's chief executive says the mobile carrier's brand has not been damaged by a customer class action, and has expressed doubts the case will ever get to court.
Lucy Battersby Norman John Graham admits selling shares in Clean Seas Tuna after learning the company's tuna fingerlings had died.
Lucy Battersby Telco doubles the size of its call-centre staff in the state, in a bid to differentiate itself from competitors that are offshoring jobs.
Lucy Battersby CHOOSING and comparing mobile, telephone or broadband contracts will become easier for consumers with the introduction of disclosure rules.
Lucy Battersby Slater & Gordon's recent expansion into the UK is returning dividends for the listed law company.
Lucy Battersby Losses at Vodafone Australia have deepened but the wireless carrier continues to operate, thanks to loans from its main shareholders.
Lucy Battersby Vodafone Hutchison Australia is losing money but remains operating thanks to loans from its main shareholders.
Lucy Battersby Liquidator Ian Struthers has agreed to a three-year ban from his profession after the corporate watchdog found he failed to properly execute 45 liquidations.
Lucy Battersby The entire board of directors at BrisConnections, including chairman Trevor Rowe, resigned on Monday, just days after appointing voluntary administrators.
Lucy Battersby Increasing payouts in shareholder class actions are pushing up premiums for directors' insurance.
Lucy Battersby Restructuring PRIVATE equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is attempting a US-style bankruptcy on Melbourne-based commercial printing company Geon Group.
Lucy Battersby Private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is attempting a US-style bankruptcy on Melbourne-based commercial printing company Geon Group.
Lucy Battersby Two hundred jobs in Melbourne’s outer east are at risk after receivers and administrators were appointed to commercial printing company Geon Group.
Lucy Battersby Up to 30 in-depth investigations into cartel conduct and anti-competitive behaviour are under way.
Lucy Battersby Up to 30 in-depth investigations into cartel conduct and anti-competitive behaviour are under way at the competition regulator.
Lucy Battersby In March this year, Patrick Keane will be sworn in as Australia's 50th High Court judge.