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AGL fined $3 million for missing emissions targets

AGL fined $3 million for missing emissions targets

AGL has been hit with a $3 million fine by Victoria’s energy regulator for failing to offset its emissions levels, a week after regulator threatened to kick it out of the state.

  • by Cole Latimer

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‘Tech giants must do more’: ACCC slams Facebook, Google for fake ads
Media & marketing

‘Tech giants must do more’: ACCC slams Facebook, Google for fake ads

There has been a four-fold increase in complaints this year about fake ads claiming celebrities are endorsing a product.

  • by Jennifer Duke
ABC boss Michelle Guthrie sacked by board
Media & marketing

ABC boss Michelle Guthrie sacked by board

Australian Broadcasting Corporation managing director Michelle Guthrie has been axed by the public broadcaster's board after more than two years at the helm.

  • by Jennifer Duke & Michael Koziol
Tabcorp, racing bosses seek to arrest tote betting decline
Gaming & wagering

Tabcorp, racing bosses seek to arrest tote betting decline

Senior racing officials and national gaming giant Tabcorp are growing increasingly concerned about the decline of tote betting.

  • by Nick Toscano
Why self-driving car company pulled the brake on CEO
Opinion
Driverless cars

Why self-driving car company pulled the brake on CEO

The murky circumstances surrounding the departure of the Australian founder of one Silicon Valley’s hottest startups is starting to become clearer.

  • by John McDuling
Why Comcast aggressive bid for Sky is actually defensive
Opinion
Media & marketing

Why Comcast aggressive bid for Sky is actually defensive

The price paid for the European broadcaster is eye-catching given the challenges faced in the sector.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
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All eyes on Murdoch after Comcast knockout bid for Sky
Media & marketing

All eyes on Murdoch after Comcast knockout bid for Sky

Comcast has emerged as the top bidder for European broadcaster Sky after a rare auction held by British regulators.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Bookies face $30m hit as digital betting tax gets over the line
Gaming & wagering

Bookies face $30m hit as digital betting tax gets over the line

Online bookmakers taking bets in Victoria will be hit with a new tax from January, expected to collect $30 million a year, after the bill passed parliament.

  • by Nick Toscano
More jobs than workers at ground zero in Trump's trade war
Trade wars

More jobs than workers at ground zero in Trump's trade war

This small town in Ohio is one of the winners from new tariffs and it has a very Australian connection.

  • by Garreth Hanley
Bumper snow sees alpine resorts bounce back
Commercial real estate

Bumper snow sees alpine resorts bounce back

One of Australia’s best known alpine watering holes, Mt Buller’s Kooroora Hotel, will be demolished next month to make way for a $40 million development.

  • by Simon Johanson
Did Rupert Murdoch really go after Malcolm Turnbull?
Media & marketing

Did Rupert Murdoch really go after Malcolm Turnbull?

Those who know the mogul have widely different views on whether he would have directed the leadership spill from afar

  • by Jennifer Duke