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Quadrant claims $140m stake in tech firm

Quadrant Private Equity secures 45% stake in Canberra Data Centres: report.

When the brain drain turns north again

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Australia's lengthy list of skilled visa occupations is a source of ire for our region's developing countries. But some factors pulling in migrant workers may be about to turn.

CEO golden parachutes cut by 70%

Top Australian CEOs pay at lowest point for a decade, but still 63 times average worker.

BREE chief tips iron ore recovery

Demand for Australia’s key resources is still strengthening, chief govt minerals adviser says.

Centuria reignites $300m IPO aspirations

Property funds management house to list a $300m property trust on the ASX by the end of 2014.

Finder weighs WA energy selloff

Finder Exploration is putting some of its WA interests up for sale in a process that could recoup $200m.

McGrath looks at public listing

High-profile real estate group is considering a float, talks underway with investment banks.

Westfield eyes French foray

Shopping centre giant holds talks with multiple parties to get into the French market.

Buru in talks with miners over gas supply

Buru making efforts to secure new sources of funding in its permits.

Sydney broker suspected of financing terror

by AAP
Austrac suspends Bisotel Rieh's licence after $9 million reporting discrepancy.

Boral doubles CEO pay package

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Mike Kane's remuneration lifts over 100 per cent in fiscal 2014 as group returns to profitability.

Anglo boss happy to stay diversified

Anglo American CEO says no plans to spin off assets, diversified base working well.

Qantas dreams of a dwindling dollar

A US80 cent Aussie would significantly reduce Australia’s attraction to the airline’s international competitors, while boosting Qantas’ international revenues.

Standards Australia keen to talk to SAI

Non-government standards body Standards Australia is keen to begin asset purchase talks with SAI Global.

Premier upbeat about UK expansion, shares jump

Shares surge 8 per cent as retail group bets on strong Smiggle presence in the UK.

Origin boss gets $7.3m package

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The total package of Origin Energy chief Grant King rose in FY14, despite the company’s profit fall.

Hancock gives GVK a payment reprieve

Developer of huge Galilee coal mine granted extension on payment deadline, fuelling doubts about the project.

Banks fined over misleading advertising

NAB, Westpac caught in corporate regulator's crackdown, will pay a combined $60,000 in fines.

Woolworths sold unsafe products: ACCC

Consumer watchdog takes action against Woolworths for alleged sale of dangerous items.

BHP flags Port Hedland job cuts

Miner declines to confirm how many jobs will go, flags change to 'size and structure' of workforce.

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