Alexander Liddington-Cox

DataRoom AM: Fortescue stays mum

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Rumours abound that Fortescue is one of the iron ore miners being circled by foreign buyers, while Guandong Rising Asset Manamgenet raises its stake in PanAust.

DataRoom AM: Twiggy digs deep

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Fortescue's Andrew Forrest puts his money where his mouth is, while the battle for Amcom heats up.

DataRoom AM: Telstra's digital spoils

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Telstra's push for customer growth could see it double its sports rights deals with the NRL and AFL, while South32 hunts for an acquisition.

DataRoom AM: MYOB D-Day

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MYOB needs a strong start on the ASX today to silence the doubters, while iiNet shareholders wait for TPG's next move.

DataRoom AM: Atlas aftermath

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The collapse in the iron ore prices continues to reverberate throughout the industry, while Baby Bunting takes its first steps towards an IPO.

Coates returning to Santos chair

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Ken Borda to retire at AGM; Coates makes surprise return after Glencore integration.

Yancoal books $353.5m FY loss

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Coal company says oversupply will continue in 2015 as revenue slumps to $1.4bn.

DataRoom AM: Ten toughs it out

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Improved ratings have Ten reconsidering ongoing sale negotiations, while Seven West Media could be facing a $1bn writedown.

DataRoom AM: CIMB calls it quits

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CIMB's departure highlights the tough conditions facing smaller investment banks, while amaysim spearheads the tech charge on the ASX.

DataRoom AM: Fine-tuning Ten

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The hunt for Ten heats up, while Netflix is also in discussions with the broadcaster.

DataRoom AM: Betting on Fortescue

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A US funds management giant takes a stake in Fortescue, while events in Mongolia take an interesting turn for Rio Tinto.

DataRoom AM: IPOs aplenty

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Private equity's float reputation receives a boost, while Australia’s largest mortgage broker is reportedly looking to list on the ASX.

DataRoom AM: Federation-Novion nod

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The Federation-Novion merger gets the go-ahead from a key shareholder, while takeover ructions continue at Ten Network.

DataRoom AM: Flexigroup's GE exit

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Flexigroup appears to be out of the race for GE Capital's consumer finance business, while Kerry Stokes has been quietly cashing in on sliding oil prices.

DataRoom AM: Westfield’s French connection

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A leading European commercial property outfit is showing interest in the restructured Westfield, while Telstra is reportedly close to offloading Trading Post.

DataRoom AM: Stokes energised

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Kerry Stokes takes a slice of Beach Energy, while Canada's Borealis Infrastructure prepares to battle it out for ASIC's registry business, despite there being no confirmation the government will press ahead with the sale.

Etihad lifts Virgin stake again

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Abu Dhabi carrier increases stake to 24.2 per cent.

Research points to Brent at $US40

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Wood Mackenzie says 1.6m barrels a day will be operation cash negative.

Miners hit by 'production at any cost' push

Resources sector largely has itself to blame for its productivity problems, study finds.

DataRoom AM: Glencore's iron will

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Glencore’s appetite for iron ore has reportedly led it to seek out Cliffs Natural Resources, while Westpac’s Hastings Funds Management snaps up rail assets in the UK.

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