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Esther Han August 24, 2014 The Age Six years ago it was a figment of a geek’s imagination. Now the bitcoin is on the cusp of mainstream use, with a growing number of shops accepting it as easily as cards...

Eli Greenblat August 25, 2014 The Age Patties Foods, whose brands include the famous Four’N Twenty meat pie range, has posted a return to profit growth in the second half after a tough start to the year. The company, whose...

The Government has delivered on its promise to repeal the carbon tax. On 17 July 2014, legislation repealing the carbon tax received Royal Assent with effect from 1 July 2014. Why has the Government repealed the carbon tax? Repealing the...

Sarah Knapton 26 Aug 2014 Telegraph UK E-cigarettes emit toxic chemicals which could be harmful to bystanders and should be banned indoors, the World Health Organisation said today E-cigarettes should be banned indoors over fears that they can be as...

MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED AUGUST 26, 2014 Burger King Worldwide agreed on Tuesday to buy the Canadian restaurant chain Tim Hortons for about $11.4 billion, creating one of the biggest fast-food operations in the world – with a little...

Bernard Salt AUGUST 28, 2014 THE AUSTRALIAN I AM often asked how demographic information and demographic techniques are used in business. Larger property investors, developers and tenants are familiar with demographic reports. But smaller players and especially those on the...

SAMANTHA LANDY AUGUST 27, 2014 HERALD SUN THE fries were a bit cold and the delivery man got lost. But McDonald’s home delivery got the thumbs up overall from a Melbourne fast food lover road-testing the new service for the...

Media Release Product News 28 August 2014 Enjoy a break with KIT KAT White Limited Edition KIT KAT Four Finger White 45g is the latest addition to the KIT KAT range and is exclusive to The Distributors and Caltex. With...

Phillip Hudson SEPTEMBER 01, 2014 THE AUSTRALIAN Double hit. Source: TheAustralian SMOKERS will be slugged with a double tax hit today thanks to the Rudd and Abbott governments adding between $1.12 and $2.81 to the price of a packet of...

AUGUST 25, 2014 NEWS.COM.AU Ikea loves playing mind-games, including hypnotism IKEA’S success is no accident. The Swedish furniture giant is messing with your head — and you love them for it. It’s a psychological trick used by everyone from pick-up...

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