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Australian economy losing billions due to companies deliberately going broke, PwC finds – The Guardian - July 16, 2018

The Guardian Australian economy losing billions due to companies deliberately going broke, PwC finds The Guardian The PwC report said more than 1 million businesses ceased operating during the financial years 2012-13 to 2015-16, and 36,532 business failures resulted in insolvency with an external ad.

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5 years after declaring bankruptcy, Detroit reborn at a cost – Fox Business - July 16, 2018

Fox Business 5 years after declaring bankruptcy, Detroit reborn at a cost Fox Business Before the bankruptcy settlement, she received about $2,300 per month. Estell said she gets about $63 less per month from her pension and now has to pay for her own health care. Prescription co-pays that once were.

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Police search beaches for Perth woman missing for two days – WAtoday - July 16, 2018

WAtoday Police search beaches for Perth woman missing for two days WAtoday Police and search and rescue officers are combing beaches near Wembley Downs in the hopes of finding 64-year-old missing woman Lily Teale. Ms Teale was last seen at her home at around 2pm on Friday last week and police began .

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What’s the biggest challenge in ad tech Australia? – AdNews - July 16, 2018

AdNews What's the biggest challenge in ad tech Australia? AdNews Whether it be Videology's US bankruptcy last month, Rocketfuel's job cuts and share price quibbles in 2017, or AdRoll's shock Australian staff cull, it's been a challenging path for certain ad tech companies. W.

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Point Piper to prison: CEO Michael Snounou facing ice supply charges – The Sydney Morning Herald - July 14, 2018

The Sydney Morning Herald Point Piper to prison: CEO Michael Snounou facing ice supply charges The Sydney Morning Herald He's more accustomed to life on Australia's most expensive residential street, Wolseley Road, Point Piper, where his neighbours include some of the wealthiest people in .

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Cisco takes fresh aim at trans-Tasman SMB markets – ARNnet - July 13, 2018

ARNnet Cisco takes fresh aim at trans-Tasman SMB markets ARNnet Cisco has renewed its strategy to aggressively pursue growth across the small to medium-sized business (SMB) markets in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), driven through a tailored portfolio of products through Cisco Start. The portfolio.

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