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Barry Ritholtz January 29, 2015 New York Times There are many lessons to be learned from Uber, the taxi- ­ and car-hailing start-up that came out of nowhere and is valued at $41 billion. Less than three years ago, Uber...

Gabriella Boston February 10, 2015 The Age No gluten, no meat, no dairy: You know the story. The don’t-eat-any-foods-from-your-childhood diet has been in vogue for a while now, but one “bad guy” seems to be making a comeback, at least...

Louis White January 16, 2015 Expert360 When I was a teenager, I loved pies. In fact, this love affair with pies continued into my twenties. As I was very active in sport, it didn’t have any effect on my stomach,...

Kirsty Needham February 8, 2015 The Sun-Herald Beverage giants Carlton and United, Lion and Coca-Cola colluded in a secret plan to attack the Baird government’s proposed cash for containers recycling scheme, leaked emails reveal. A group of 15 company executives...

Robert Gottliebsen FEBRUARY 10, 2015 BUSINESS SPECTATOR EVERY picture tells a story. When you examine the footage of Liberal politicians leaving the party room after the spill vote, alongside the Prime Minister is Small Business Minister Bruce Billson. It’s taken...

Esther Han February 10, 2015 The Age The number of cents on a price tag might have a greater influence on which product you choose to buy than the number of dollars, according to new research. Marketing researchers compared the...

JONATHAN FAHEY FEBRUARY 11, 2015 AAP THE price of oil is on a wild ride, and there is little agreement on where it’s headed. AFTER falling nearly 60 per cent from a peak last June, the price of oil bounced...

FEBRUARY 11, 2015 AAP COCA-COLA’S profit fell in the fourth quarter, hurt by unfavourable currency exchange rates and expenses related with its cost-cutting plan. THE world’s biggest beverage maker said it earned $US770 million ($A985 million), or 17 cents per...

MEDIA RELEASE February 11, 2015 As voters in New South Wales prepare to go to the polls in a few weeks, the Australasian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) has reminded the Government – whichever party prevails – to recognise and...

February 9, 2015: As interest in e-cigarettes increases and the Department of Health signals its intention to review policy options for these products, The Australasian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) has urged the Government to recognise the potential for e-cigarettes...

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