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The case for calm as tech stocks tumble

Tom Marsico says in a low growth world, companies that use innovation can thrive.

A renowned US investor who successfully sidestepped the dot com crash at the turn of the millennium has moved to downplay fears over a collapse in tech stocks.

Markets | John McDuling | Thu Feb 11 07:05:20 EST 2016

Call for death tax on 'super rich' families

Charitable giving in Australia from the rich is low compared to Britain and America.

Tens of thousands of 'super rich' Australians would feel the burden of a new death tax, according to Community Council for Australia chairman Tim Costello.

The Economy,Political News | Nassim Khadem | Thu Feb 11 00:15:00 EST 2016

Deutsche Bank spurs lender surge as European stocks rebound

A surge in banks, led by a 10 per cent jump in Deutsche Bank, helped European stocks rebound from their lowest level since 2013.

World business,Banking & Finance | Alan Soughley and Sofia Horta e Costa | Thu Feb 11 08:26:47 EST 2016

Bad day for Canberra as Treasury secretary, Minister Barnaby Joyce and cultural institutions in the spotlight

Dozens of jobs will be cut at six national cultural institutions in Canberra because of an efficiency dividend forcing the organisations to save $20 million over four years, Phillip Thomson says.

Public Service | Phillip Thomson | Thu Feb 11 12:00:00 EST 2016

Asahi offers to buy Peroni and Grolsch for $4 billion

A can of Foster's lager, produced by Foster's Group Ltd, center, sits alongside bottles of Peroni lager, produced by SABMiller Plc, in this arranged photograph in Slough, U.K., on Tuesday, June 21, 2011. SABMiller Plc, the world's second-largest brewer by volume, will pursue Foster's Group Ltd. after its A$9.5 billion ($10 billion) cash offer was rejected by Australia's biggest beer company. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The Jaoanese brewer has made a binding offer to buy the two beer brands as well as certain European operations of SABMiller.

World business,Retail | Chad Bray and Jonathan Soble | Thu Feb 11 08:30:23 EST 2016

ASX profit up 7.3pc, but derivatives income flat

ASX boss Elmer Funke Kupper: The bourse operator benefited from companies' demand to raise money on the stock exchange.

The Australian sharemarket operator ASX has reported a 7.3 per cent lift in net profit to $213.1 million for the first half of 2016, thanks to strong demand for new listings.

Banking & Finance,Markets | Shaun Drummond | Thu Feb 11 08:53:02 EST 2016

Snapchat: will the ephemeral messaging app vanish like its content?

Despite the hype, Snapchat might be running out of puff.
Illustration: Simon Bosch (with apologies to Magritte)

Snapchat may have the millennial market sewn up, but that market is fleeting, and happy to swap to the next cool platform.

Technology News | Peter Wells | Wed Feb 10 23:45:00 EST 2016

SkyCity Entertainment Group profit jumps on Auckland gambling growth

SkyCity Entertainment Group said its first-half net profit surged because of strong growth at its flagship Auckland casino.

Business | Perry Williams | Thu Feb 11 08:43:42 EST 2016

Sky rail more an eye opener than an eyesore

Julie Szego

Protesters are selfishly moaning about a project that could be good for Melbourne.

Comment | Julie Szego | Thu Feb 11 00:00:00 EST 2016

Frozen is heading to Broadway

Elsa and Ana from Frozen are getting the live action treatment.

Disney, the US studio which owns the mega-hit Frozen, has unveiled the first details of the musical's journey from Hollywood to the Broadway stage.

Movies | Michael Idato | Thu Feb 11 07:28:19 EST 2016

The Coen brothers talk about Hail, Caesar!

Filmmakers cannot follow strictures in terms of cultural diversity in the stories they tell, the Coen brothers say.

Movies | Michael O'Sullivan | Thu Feb 11 08:42:26 EST 2016

Twitter user growth stalls; first-quarter sales to fall short

Twitter shares slid as much as 14 per cent after it failed to add new users in the fourth quarter and forecast first-quarter revenue that will fall short of analysts' estimates.

World business | Sarah Frier | Thu Feb 11 08:45:40 EST 2016

need2know: ASX poised to rebound

Local shares are poised to open higher on a positive lead from Wall St. Earnings from Rio, ASX and Cochlear ahead.

Markets | Timothy Moore | Thu Feb 11 06:50:50 EST 2016

How to turn a fitness goal into a lifetime of good health

While you're working on your fitness resolutions, let's clear up a few misconceptions:

Diet & Fitness | Mike Plunkett | Thu Feb 11 08:53:18 EST 2016

Logan pair: Murder charges laid against six people

Cory Breton and Iuliana Triscaru, missing from Logan since late January.

Six people have been charged with the murders of missing Logan pair Cory Breton and Iuliana Triscaru.

Queensland | Kim Stephens | Thu Feb 11 08:02:55 EST 2016

Transurban raises 2016 dividend guidance after reporting first half net profit of $62m

Transurban boosted guidance for its 2016 dividend payment as strong revenues from toll roads helped the company swing to a first half net profit of $62 million.

Business | Jenny Wiggins | Thu Feb 11 09:24:01 EST 2016

Security threats, pay dispute hit cricket World Twenty20 tournament

The World Twenty20 to be held in India next month is mired in rows over venues, terrorism threats towards the Pakistan team which could prevent them taking part, and yet another pay dispute involving...

Cricket | Nick Hoult | Thu Feb 11 09:00:00 EST 2016

Politics Live: February 11, 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during question time. He wants a referendum worded to 'sing' to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Hello and welcome to the day in politics. Two senior ministers are leaving Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's ranks and another is under a cloud. There's never a more exciting time for a reshuffle.

The Pulse Live | Stephanie Peatling | Thu Feb 11 08:42:34 EST 2016

'Heavy handed nanny state': the drag queen, the constable and the online dating profile

Aaron Manahan claims police harassed him.

When police nabbed a Sydney drag queen for urinating in a public place, it sparked an eight-month 'harassment' case unlike any other.

NSW | Eamonn Duff | Sun Feb 14 00:15:00 EST 2016

Muggles rejoice

Harry Potter: JK Rowling unveils eighth novel, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

<i>Harry Potter and the Cursed Child</i> picks up where the last novel finished.

Author JK Rowling has announced an eighth book which will follow the next generation as they set off for Hogwarts.

Books,Special | Ebony Bowden | Thu Feb 11 07:15:13 EST 2016

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