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Telstra fire that Penn needs to put out before he loses customers

Telstra fire that Penn needs to put out before he loses customers

Telstra's mobile phone prices are now running up to 40 per cent higher than its major competitors and if it doesn’t cut prices it risks losing customers.

  • by Elizabeth Knight

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Business elite hit by collapse of tech startup Fulcrum
Analysis
Software

Business elite hit by collapse of tech startup Fulcrum

The who's who of the business world were lining up for the float this year of corporate tech startup Fulcrum Hub. They are still wondering why it collapsed.

  • by Colin Kruger
'The missus': language exacerbated ABC tensions
ABC

'The missus': language exacerbated ABC tensions

The breakdown in the relationship between ABC chairman Justin Milne and his former MD is believed to have been exacerbated by his overly-familiar language.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Guthrie had to wear two hats at the ABC and neither fitted her well
Opinion
ABC

Guthrie had to wear two hats at the ABC and neither fitted her well

It’s becoming very obvious that the ABC has a lack of clearly defined roles and that’s causing chaos and controversy.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
ABC chairman Justin Milne's tangled corporate web
ABC

ABC chairman Justin Milne's tangled corporate web

Supporters of Justin Milne have rushed to support the besieged ABC chairman, amid fresh conflict of interest claims.

  • by John McDuling
Failed Harvey Norman dairy venture may have traded while insolvent
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Retail

Failed Harvey Norman dairy venture may have traded while insolvent

Gerry Harvey said he did not believe it had traded while insolvent, and had not heard the allegation.

  • by Colin Kruger, Darren Gray & Patrick Hatch
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KPMG loses more South African staff from Gupta fallout
Accounting

KPMG loses more South African staff from Gupta fallout

KPMG is continuing to lose staff and clients in South Africa more than a year after issuing a public apology for some of the work it did in the country.

  • by Loni Prinsloo
AGL says it remains committed to closing Liddell power plant in 2022
Energy

AGL says it remains committed to closing Liddell power plant in 2022

AGL's decision to shut its coal-fired power plant in the face of government opposition is simple economics, and not ideological, the company said on Wednesday.

  • by Cole Latimer
The 24-year-old university dropout who now runs a $6.9 billion company
Hotels

The 24-year-old university dropout who now runs a $6.9 billion company

He started the business when 19, now Ritesh's startup is worth billions and he has bigger plans in mind.

  • by Saritha Rai
'Worst-ever drought' hits major agrigroup Nufarm
Drought

'Worst-ever drought' hits major agrigroup Nufarm

Global agribusiness Nufarm has confirmed it will undertake a $300 million capital raising to de-risk its balance sheet as it reported a loss for fiscal 2018.

  • by Darren Gray
Santos aiming for 100 million barrels of oil by 2025
Energy

Santos aiming for 100 million barrels of oil by 2025

Santos is aiming to double its gas output, targeting a production rate of more than 100 million barrels of oil equivalent by 2025.

  • by Cole Latimer