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Sears is reportedly betting on a lifeline from its controversial former CEO to keep it from liquidating in the next … – Business Insider Australia - October 19, 2018

Business Insider Australia Sears is reportedly betting on a lifeline from its controversial former CEO to keep it from liquidating in the next ... Business Insider Australia Sears' turnaround effort is looking even more difficult than expected. According to court filings reported by Bloomberg, .

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How a fight between nudie juice founders and the ATO tore a Sydney family apart – The Australian Financial Review - October 19, 2018

The Australian Financial Review How a fight between nudie juice founders and the ATO tore a Sydney family apart The Australian Financial Review They emigrated to Australia in 1950 where they prospered, building a shoe factory at Marrickville and running import businesses along with property investme.

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SA leads drop in bankruptcy figures – The Advertiser - October 19, 2018

The Advertiser SA leads drop in bankruptcy figures The Advertiser South Australian Financial Counsellors Association chief executive Wendy Shirley said: “Many South Australians are only one trigger event from finding themselves unable to pay their debts and perhaps having to look at bankruptcy as .

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Stigma gone as hundreds of South Australians file for bankruptcy as “great release” from spiralling debt – The Advertiser - October 19, 2018

The Advertiser Stigma gone as hundreds of South Australians file for bankruptcy as “great release” from spiralling debt The Advertiser Successful applications to the Federal Government have increased from 1454 householders giving up to personal insolvency in 2016 to 1694 in 2017, prompting welfa.

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Stringent picks for private enforcement – The Australian - October 19, 2018

The Australian Stringent picks for private enforcement The Australian Bowman: We are based in Singapore and Hong Kong, and we have been there for about a year and a half and seen very significant growth, particularly in the area of arbitration and insolvency. Merritt: Why is arbitration so popular? .

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Tozer brothers nab Max Brenner licence but leave remaining assets of failed venture on the counter – The Australian - October 18, 2018

The Australian Tozer brothers nab Max Brenner licence but leave remaining assets of failed venture on the counter The Australian Doubts had been raised this morning over a reported “done deal” by investment brothers David and Craig Tozer to secure the Australian licence to the failed cafe chain .

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