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Westfield founder exits Aussie retail with $815m sale

Virgin Australia issues $425 million notes to fund Velocity acquisition

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New Australian laws could slap wage thieves with ten years jail time, million-dollar fines and public notices admitting they underpaid staff

Make American Steel Great Again Backfires In Trump Lawsuit | Zero Hedge

Scourge of wage fraud demands action

Tax relief provided to coronavirus-affected businesses

Mildura flying school allegedly funded with embezzled Chinese loans

Manufacturers find new life in face of a deadly pandemic

Coronavirus shockwave rocks airplane manufacturers, suppliers

How coronavirus could reshape the way Australians work forever

Regional airlines get $198 million support

Calls for govt aid as Myer shuts doors

The welfare system is 'too slow' for businesses paying weekly bills

Business owner fined $5000 as NSW Police enforce coronavirus lockdowns

Wage subsidies expected in third tranche of stimulus

Everyone is buying rice during the coronavirus crisis, but Australia's biggest rice company is struggling

Australia open to UK-style wage subsidy to ease coronavirus pain, Cormann says

Australia is not for sale! Government cracks down on foreign raiders looking to snap up struggling local firms amid coronavirus crisis - after

More Australian businesses eligible for COVID-19 repayment relief

Federal Government offers $130b in coronavirus wage subsidies for businesses to pay workers

Bunnings and Kmart could be next in line to close as coronavirus hits economy

Virgin Australia seeks a $1.4BILLION loan to save the airline from collapse as the coronavirus pandemic drives carrier further closer to the brink

Govt to knock back Virgin's loan request

"We're Not Making Any April Payments" - Unprecedented Clash Erupts Between Tenants And Landlords | Zero Hedge

More than 285,000 businesses seek wage subsidy

Coronavirus empties shopping centres as clothing retailers fight to stay open

Labor backs Frydenberg's call for a global economy freeze

Largest Kathmandu shareholder not taking part in $201 million capital raising

What the experts think of Australia’s $1,500 JobKeeper wage subsidies

"I've Never Seen Anything Like This": Small Businesses Beg For 'Speedy' Stimulus Delivery | Zero Hedge

Banks To Make Billions On Small Business Bailout | Zero Hedge

Corporate Revolvers Reach A Tipping Point: Here Are All The Companies That Have Drawn Down Their Bank Loans | Zero Hedge

More than half a million Aussies to lose jobs: CBA economists

Childcare to become free as coronavirus pandemic threatens centres

Bunnings offers gym equipment online as Aussies forced to exercise indoors

Virgin Australia could be allowed to crash out of the market and replaced by Air New Zealand because the government has no intention of bailing out the troubled airline

New Zealand to introduce measures to help companies facing insolvency

Trump Organization Seeks Concessions On Loans Backed Personally By President Trump From Deutsche Bank | Zero Hedge

A Corporate-Debt Reckoning Is Coming | Zero Hedge

H&M closes ALL 49 stores in Australia leaving 1300 without jobs as coronavirus claims another retail giant

Flight Centre to shut 428 Australian stores as it faces the most challenging period in its 30-year history 

My business is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 lockdown, do I still need to pay rent?

Australia is one of the most food secure nations in the world, despite droughts and coronavirus pandemic

Mills work overtime to keep up with flour demand as home bakers rise to the occasion

Qantas slams airport for bizarre blockade that saw it use bulldozers and trucks to block in Virgin Australia planes until the struggling airline pays its debts

NSW mill to produce an extra 50 million kilograms of flour amid coronavirus pandemic

NBN Co taps private debt market as privatisation moment nears

China is set to ramp up boycott of Australian exports as Beijing-controlled media warns iron ore - worth $63B to our economy - could be next amid fears of an all out trade war

Denim giant G-Star is placed in administration because they can't pay their rent anymore - with 200 staff likely to lose their jobs

Documents reveal Whyalla steelworks owner GFG made surprise request for financial backing

Whyalla steelworks 'financially challenged', Sanjeev Gupta says, but union confident of no cuts

Whyalla boss promises no jobs will be lost from struggling steelworks

More bad news for Australian farmers: Major Chinese firm warns it will be forced to abandon Aussie beef altogether if trade war with Beijing continues

Wirecard files for insolvency, becoming first DAX member to fail

Pandemic brings hope to Australian wool industry

He was the world's richest man, but his family paid a heavy price

AgQuip field days cancelled, exhibitors, local economy to lose millions

Perpetual raises equity to fund $465m US purchase

Australian business has taken only $26bn of $150bn in cheap credit from Reserve Bank

Visualizing The World's Most Heavily Indebted Companies | Zero Hedge

Nine Entertainment reports $575m loss after 'disappointing' year

Harvey Norman profit up 19 per cent to $480 million

Ampol performed with 'a focus on efficiency and cost'

Nine Entertainment reports multi-million dollar net loss

David Jones, Country Road underpaid staff $3.7 million

France to look with 'fairness' at any offer for Engie's Suez stake: Le Maire

Inquiry into Aus universities because 'they lack transparency and accountability'

Businesses will fold due to Melbourne lockdown being extended, chamber of commerce says

Teys Australia blames JobSeeker for historically high vacancy rate

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Nearly $1 billion in JobKeeper subsidies have helped some of Australia's largest companies pay their executives big bonuses

U.K. trade deal with Japan is more morale boost than defining moment for Britain’s economy

State Street bank hit with million-dollar money laundering fine

Cloud leak exposed sensitive data from over 200,000 voicemails

Coca Cola Australia to be sold for $9.23bn: Why this is a big deal

Lufthansa launches offering for 525 million euros in convertible bonds

Powers introduced to protect Brit owned businesses from foreign takeovers


Victorian timber log exports blocked from entering China due to bark beetle

Federal Court finds former Murray Goulburn directors Gary Helou and Bradley Hingle broke the law

New free trade deal to have a 'big impact' on Australian businesses and farmers

Brexit: what happens to the UK on 31 December, deal or no deal?

Hundreds Of Companies That Got PPP Loans Have Gone Bankrupt | Zero Hedge

Australian businesses stop exporting to China due to risk as trade tensions hit home

Brexit: Delivery prices jump as British firms rush to stockpile ahead of customs checks

China fires shot in trade war by slapping tariffs on Australian wine

Pacific trade agreement enters into force

Timber harvesting jobs lost in SA and Tasmania as China widens ban on Australian forest products

Baffling Brexit rules threaten export chaos, Gove is warned

Trump shifted campaign donor funds into his heavily indebted private business after his election loss, report says

Fury at Gove as exports to EU slashed by 68% since Brexit

The Observer view on the cost of Brexit being huge. Just ask the Northern Irish

From fashion to farming: how Brexit is hitting Britain's trade

UK importers brace for 'disaster' as new Brexit customs checks loom

Government hits back at claims Brexit is stifling exports to EU

ANZ to stop lending to Australia's biggest coal port over its exposure to fossil fuels

Tasmanian retailers warn of price hikes as shipping problems continue amid COVID pandemic

Surging industry expectations drive up German business morale

Climate crisis bigger concern than pandemic for Australian businesses, survey finds

Australia posts record $10b trade surplus

EU's new export rules leave small British firms struggling

Former trade minister escapes health company collapse

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