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More pubs and pokies on the cards as Endeavour hits the ASX

More pubs and pokies on the cards as Endeavour hits the ASX

Drinks behemoth Endeavour Group has said the business will look to accelerate growth in its hotels and pokies division despite accepting that many investors may be put off.

  • by Dominic Powell

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Pilbara gold find WA’s biggest since Gruyere and Tropicana

Pilbara gold find WA’s biggest since Gruyere and Tropicana

The scale of De Grey Mining’s Mallina Gold Project has exceeded the expectations of analysts and the company itself for what has become one of WA’s largest gold finds in a decade.

  • by Peter de Kruijff
Costa spends $220m on mandarins, says low avocado prices here to stay

Costa spends $220m on mandarins, says low avocado prices here to stay

Fruit and vegetable giant will acquire the exclusive rights to a range of seedless mandarins through a new farm acquisition, while it has also flagged it expects avocado prices to remain low for the rest of the year.

  • by Dominic Powell
Woolworths announces warehouse job losses, Metro store write-downs

Woolworths announces warehouse job losses, Metro store write-downs

Woolworths has announced nearly $100 million in costs and impairments due to the closure of its Minchinbury warehouse and weak sales at its inner-city stores.

  • by Dominic Powell
Morgan Stanley to bar unvaccinated people from New York office

Morgan Stanley to bar unvaccinated people from New York office

The firm said the goal is to help create a normal office environment, without a need for face masks and physical distancing.

  • by Sridhar Natarajan
EU turns up the heat on Google with fresh probe

EU turns up the heat on Google with fresh probe

Google faces a sweeping European Union probe into its advertising technology, a move that strikes at the heart of the tech giant’s business model.

  • by Aoife White
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Microsoft joins Apple in exclusive $US2 trillion club

Microsoft joins Apple in exclusive $US2 trillion club

Co-founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen, Microsoft has just taken its place in the history books as just the second US public company to reach a $US2 trillion market value.

  • by Ryan Vlastelica and Dina Bass
Stockland explores affordable land lease housing as sector booms

Stockland explores affordable land lease housing as sector booms

Stockland plans to deliver more than 3000 lots in its burgeoning land lease division, which offers affordable manufactured homes for the retirement sector.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Empty sheds a rarity as vacancy rates plunge

Empty sheds a rarity as vacancy rates plunge

Truck giant Scania will drive into a new distribution centre in Melbourne’s north at a time when the industrial sector’s vacancy rate is shrinking to record lows.

  • by Simon Johanson
From coal to cannabis: Gina Rinehart branches out with her investments

From coal to cannabis: Gina Rinehart branches out with her investments

What does an army of Millennial investors have in common with Australia’s richest person? An appetite for investing in cannabis.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
‘Magnitude was unbelievable’: Crown tax underpayment raised in 2012

‘Magnitude was unbelievable’: Crown tax underpayment raised in 2012

Newly appointed director Nigel Morrison says Crown Resorts knew it may have been underpaying gaming tax to the Victorian government as far back as 2012.

  • by Paul Sakkal and Patrick Hatch