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Packer's plans uncertain on Australia's tallest building

Packer's plans uncertain on Australia's tallest building

Plans by James Packer's Crown Resorts to build Australia's tallest skyscraper are in doubt ahead of a fast-closing deadline.

  • by Nick Toscano & Simon Johanson

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Telstra denies CEO Andy Penn was shooting hoops during downgrade
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Telstra denies CEO Andy Penn was shooting hoops during downgrade

Telstra chief Andy Penn is really on the nose with fundies around town.

  • by Colin Kruger
The 'activist' betting against Murdoch's Disney deal
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Media & marketing

The 'activist' betting against Murdoch's Disney deal

Could Rupert Murdoch’s $US60 billion deal with Disney face a late plot twist – or will his relationship with President Donald Trump smooth the way?

  • by John McDuling
NBN boss warns plan for top speed on fixed wireless has been 'killed'
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NBN boss warns plan for top speed on fixed wireless has been 'killed'

National Broadband Network chief executive Bill Morrow has warned there may never be a time when all Australians get the fastest available internet speeds.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Storepro picks and parrys old style Fitzroy shop
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Storepro picks and parrys old style Fitzroy shop

Old-fashioned style barbershops aren’t new to the retail scene but pairing them with utilitarian high quality work wear is different.

  • by Stephen Crafti
Wesfarmers pays for its $1.6b British bungle, but will its executives?
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Wesfarmers pays for its $1.6b British bungle, but will its executives?

The wash-up from the ill-fated Bunnings foray into the UK market was never going to be a win. It was just a matter of how bad things were going to turn out.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
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Ville Casino-Resort takes on cutting energy costs
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Ville Casino-Resort takes on cutting energy costs

Rich list families aim to prove it’s possible to reduce the energy usage of an ageing Queensland resort by 70 per cent – and make the numbers add up to boot.

  • by Tim Boreham
Supply crunch as e-commerce shifts into sheds
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Supply crunch as e-commerce shifts into sheds

Soaring demand for “last mile” e-commerce delivery is creating a supply crunch in the key industrial precincts in Sydney and Melbourne.

  • by Tim Boreham
Leasing ladder
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Leasing ladder

Leasing ladder

  • by Carolyn Cummins
South Melbourne office renaissance
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South Melbourne office renaissance

Once a patchwork of tiny offices and studios, the CBD-fringe suburb of South Melbourne has 70,000 square metres of new office projects in the pipeline.

  • by Nicole Lindsay