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World's largest aircraft crashes in UK

World's largest aircraft crashes in UK

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Vodafone claims 'best month ever'

Vodafone claims 'best month ever'

Australia's third-biggest mobile company, Vod…

  • Vodafone claims 'best month ever' AAP - 8 hours ago
    Vodafone claims 'best month ever'

    Australia's third-biggest mobile company, Vodafone, says it has had its best month ever and expects to continue adding customers off the back of a marketing campaign to promote the reliability of its network. Vodafone Hutchison Australia chief executive Inaki Berroeta said on Wednesday that the company "continued to see solid growth trends" since the end of the first-half of 2016. "Actually, July was our best commercial month ever," Mr Berroeta said during the group's mid-year briefing.

  • Glencore trims loss in first half AAP - 9 hours ago
    Glencore trims loss in first half

    Swiss commodities producer Glencore has narrowed its net loss in the first half of 2016, after paring down billions of dollars' worth of assets to slash debt amid a difficult market for raw materials. CEO Ivan Glasenberg says Glencore has "largely achieved'' targeted asset disposals of up to $US5 billion ($A6.6 billion) after launching a debt-reduction plan in September. Glencore has about 150 mining and metallurgical sites and markets over 90 commodities including copper, zinc and nickel to industrial customers.

  • Scotland's deficit hits $25.7b AAP - 10 hours ago

    Scotland's deficit was PS14.8 billion ($A25.7 billion) for 2015/16 amid plummeting oil and gas revenues, new figures show. The Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (GERS) statistics show a deficit ...

  • Arrium sale blow as workers reject pay cut AAP - 10 hours ago

    The future of troubled steelmaker Arrium has been plunged into further uncertainty after workers at the company's Whyalla operations rejected a proposed pay deal. A slim majority of Whyalla steelworkers on Wednesday voted down a new enterprise bargaining agreement which included a 10 per cent pay cut and changes to superannuation. Mining workers at Whyalla separately voted in favour of taking the same pay cut but administrators KordaMentha have ruled out implementing one pay deal without the other.

  • Masters to close as Woolies exits hardware AAP - 11 hours ago
    Masters to close as Woolies exits hardware

    Woolworths' failed home improvement chain Masters will close in December with some of the large warehouse stores to be converted into shopping centres by their new owners. Woolworths has also sold its Home Timber & Hardware chain to Metcash - owner of the Mitre 10 chain - for $165 million as the supermarket giant finalises its exit from the hardware business. At the same time, a group called Home Consortium has agreed to buy the 61 Masters stores and 21 development sites to transform them into large-format retail centres.

  • Woolies' Masters to close by December AAP - 11 hours ago

    Woolworths will close all stores of its failed hardware chain Masters in early December. The supermarket giant made the announcement late on Wednesday afternoon after confirming earlier that it will sell its Home Timber & Hardware business to Metcash for $165 million. Masters stores will close before December 11 with the sell-down of all stock to begin in coming months.

  • Boral's modest earnings growth disappoints AAP - 12 hours ago

    Shares in Boral have fallen more than four per cent after the building materials maker posted a steady annual profit and forecast a slight improvement in earnings in the year ahead. Boral made a net profit of $256 million in the year to June 30, almost the same as in the previous year. The company expects a slight improvement in earnings in the 2016/17 year on the back of a strong housing sector and rising demand for its construction materials from infrastructure projects in Australia.

  • Formula boom helps A2 Milk double revenue AAP - 12 hours ago
    Formula boom helps A2 Milk double revenue

    A2 Milk shares have dropped sharply after the company flagged the possible short-term impact of changing regulation in China. A2, which is listed on the Australian and New Zealand share markets, said growth domestically and in China lifted annual revenue to $NZ353 million from $NZ155 million, but managing director Geoffrey Babidge sounded a note of caution amid a generally positive outlook. "The company expects continued growth in the 2017 financial year, in particular from infant formula and milk powders in Australia and China and improved momentum in the US business," he said in a statement.

 

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