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Australia to learn from UK Google tax

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Govt will tap UK over tax shifting crackdown, but insist now new taxes are involved.

Apple Pay plans to launch in Canada

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Sources say tech giant plotting expansion into Canada in northern autumn.

ACCC looks at Telstra 4G wholesale delays

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Rivals looking to get a foothold in 4G growing frustrated as Telstra dominates.

Telstra, NBN Co in secret agreement

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Telco, govt-owned enterprise reach deal to wrap up $200m court battle: report.

Storage-enabling market to soar to $21bn by 2024: Navigant

US research firm says market to expand 30-fold from $US605m today.

Apple says it pays all the taxes it owes

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Technology giant Apple has defended itself from claims of tax avoidance in Australia and says it pays above the corporate rate.

Dastyari urges hard line on tax shifters

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Labor senator says culprits of tax minimisation should be 'named and shamed'.

Google Maps turns the world into one big game of Pacman

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Google celebrates April Fool's Day with new Pacman Google Maps game for desktop and mobile.

Second CBA exec charged over 'bribery'

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Commonwealth Bank IT executive has been charged over a $1.9m kickback scheme.

Data retention costs in budget

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Telcos will find out in budget how much govt will contribute for mandatory data retention costs.

Empire raising nearly $16m

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Perth-based explorer Empire Oil & Gas is raising $15.7m through a share placement and 1-for-4 rights share issue.

Aust digital economy worth $79bn

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New Deloitte report predicts digital economy will make up 7.3% of GDP by 2020.

Oil surges on weaker greenback

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Lower US currency makes oil more affordable; new drilling data suggest supply cuts.

EU offers Greece a $2.8bn lifeline

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Jean-Claude Juncker urges Greece to take EU development funds amid 'humanitarian crisis'.

Obama unveils new fracking rules

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US government aims to set national standards for governance of controversial drilling practice.

Japan could join China-led AIIB

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Finance Minister won't rule out joining bank if governance, transparency addressed.

Rio Tinto seeks return of AWAs

Miner takes aim at unions, individual contracts in workplace relations submission.

Early Greek payments possible: Merkel

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Bailout funds may be paid early if full list of Greek reforms approved, German chancellor says.

BT labels TPG’s iiNet offer ‘absurd’

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Largest institutional shareholder in takeover target hits out at board’s approval.

Human rights committee raises data retention concerns

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Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights asks Brandis to spell out remedies for privacy breaches.

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