When you rifle around in your purse for some change soon, you might be lucky enough to pull out a new 50 cent coin, launched today by the Royal Australian Mint to celebrate the International Year of Indigenous Languages. The...
Australia needs to be careful how it responds to the daigou phenomena and be aware a change is on the horizon in how Chinese consumers buy overseas, an expert told Business Insider Australia. Professor of economics Li Wei from the...
A woman whose bleached blonde hair was so destroyed by a hairdresser it ended up as a “mullet” has lost a $30,000 claim for damages. Melbourne woman Jessica Bray argued the Saint James Hair Studio damaged her hair when staff...
Some Australian housing indicators have looked “less bad” of late, creating renewed debate as to whether the market downturn may be starting to bottom. Morgan Stanley’s forward-looking Australian housing model fell to a record low in the March quarter, pointing...
In an interview, Mr Regan acknowledged the tailwind of rising insurance prices, but questioned whether ultra-low interest rates were enough to keep global growth afloat, and highlighted the need for "real consumption". “Without getting all Milton Friedman, the world has...
Fast-food giant Burger King was forced to scrap an advert after it was slammed on social media for being “racist”. The Instagram commercial showing Western people eating a new Vietnamese burger in New Zealand with chopsticks sparked outrage online. “Take your...
Based on tax transcripts it obtained, the New York Times showed that Trump reported a negative adjusted-gross income for each of the years between 1985 and 1994 and that his core businesses lost about $US1.17 billion over that period....
Woolworths is returning weigh scales to the self-service check-out area to cut down on the amount of items being stolen. The weighing in the bagging area, paired with the robotic command “unexpected item in the bagging area”, was switched off...
Australian brand Bega has won the right to use the trademark yellow lids on its peanut butter jars, ending a long-running legal battle with American food giant Kraft. The Federal Court ruled on Wednesday that Bega owns and has exclusive...
OLIVER SHAH April 7 2019, 12:01am, The Sunday Times Oliver Shah If Lord (Andrew) Tyrie was hoping for a rapturous response to his plans for overhauling the audit market, he will have been disappointed. The competition regulator, which Tyrie chairs, put...
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