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Hometown lands bidder's statement for Gateway Lifestyle

Hometown lands bidder's statement for Gateway Lifestyle

Hometown America has lodged its long-awaited bidder's statement for the $700 million-tilt of affordable manufactured home group Gateway Lifestyle.

  • by Carolyn Cummins

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Wesfarmers defends independence of pick to chair spun-off Coles
Retail

Wesfarmers defends independence of pick to chair spun-off Coles

Wesfarmers also confirmed it will keep 15 per cent of Coles and expects the demerger to be completed in November.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Transurban stays in race for WestConnex toll road purchase
WestConnex

Transurban stays in race for WestConnex toll road purchase

Australia's largest toll company has spared the Berejiklian government from embarrassment after making a final bid to buy a majority stake in WestConnex.

  • by Matt O'Sullivan & Patrick Hatch
'Perfect storm': Nufarm shares dive as dry weather forces earnings downgrade
Farming

'Perfect storm': Nufarm shares dive as dry weather forces earnings downgrade

Nufarm expects a lower contribution from its Australian business due to "one of the driest autumns since records began more than 100 years ago"

  • by Darren Gray
Investors sue BHP over Samarco tailings dam disaster
Mining

Investors sue BHP over Samarco tailings dam disaster

About 3000 investors have signed up to participate in a class action against miner BHP over the Samarco dam disaster of 2015

  • by Darren Gray
Myer sues insurer to recover lost millions
Retail

Myer sues insurer to recover lost millions

A courtroom win by the struggling department store owner will boost its bottom line.

  • by Sarah Danckert
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Frustrated telco users hit out in new report
Telecommunications

Frustrated telco users hit out in new report

Telstra has been described as “a low-performing provider” when it comes to resolving customer problems and questions.

  • by Darren Gray
Amazon in Australia: Starbucks, redux?
Opinion
Amazon

Amazon in Australia: Starbucks, redux?

Is Amazon, like Starbucks, another example of a foreign brand failing to understand Australia? Or will it bounce back?

  • by John McDuling
Under Lendlease's eye: New west Sydney 'Gilead' community attracts ire
Media & marketing

Under Lendlease's eye: New west Sydney 'Gilead' community attracts ire

Search online for the fictional authoritarian regime from The Handmaid’s Tale, Gilead, and you'll find a western Sydney development bearing the same name.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Disney fires director James Gunn from 'Guardians 3' over decade-old tweets
Disney

Disney fires director James Gunn from 'Guardians 3' over decade-old tweets

Director dismissed because of old tweets that recently emerged where he joked about subjects like paedophilia and rape.

Miners could be forced to look overseas if enrolments don't improve
Mining

Miners could be forced to look overseas if enrolments don't improve

A huge drop in the number of WA mining engineer students has the industry worried.

  • by Hamish Hastie