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Daily Archives: December 14, 2018

App-ology: Tech tycoon atones for coastal damage with mobile guide

Locals in Big Sur, California were enraged as the former Facebook chairman prepared to tie the knot to singer Alexandra Lenas by trampling all over their Redwood forest with a stack of artificial features. On top of installing rock walls, the 39-year-old billionnaire had his workers put in a stone bridge, artificial pond and elevated platforms for the Tolkein inspired ...

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Small business MYEFO wishlist: write offs, talent acquisition

"It would be really great to see that come through," Strong says. Accounting experts believe it is likely the government will move on the policy, with BDO Tax partner Mark Molesworth predicting the extension could be announced as "a stocking stuffer for SMEs". Treasurer Josh Frydenberg would not be drawn on whether there would be an extension to the scheme ...

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Money must be simple, bitcoin isn’t

By Sarah McBride HONG KONG: Bitcoin was worth $ 3,300 on December 11. That’s amazing, considering that cryptocurrency was created out of nothing 10 years ago. But it’s also depressing to many, because a year ago, Bitcoin’s value hit almost $ 20,000 in what could prove one of the most dramatic economic bubbles in world history. The fallout has been ...

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Millicom planning to list on Nasdaq on 09 January

Luxembourg-based Millicom has confirmed its intention to list its common shares on the Nasdaq stock market in the US shortly after filing its 20-F registration statement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Subject to the approval of its listing application and the effectiveness of its SEC registration, Millicom said it expects trading in its common shares on the Nasdaq stock ...

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Spy agency's 'intrusive requests' of banks didn't sufficiently recognise Bill of Rights

New Zealand’s spies have effectively been told to stop asking banks to “voluntarily” release personal information about people’s banking transactions. But Security Intelligence Service director Rebecca Kitteridge said she was happy with alternative arrangements put in place last year that instead allow the service to demand certain types of information without a warrant. A report published by the Inspector-General of ...

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Small business MYEFO wishlist: write offs, talent acquisition

"It would be really great to see that come through," Strong says. Accounting experts believe it is likely the government will move on the policy, with BDO Tax partner Mark Molesworth predicting the extension could be announced as "a stocking stuffer for SMEs". Treasurer Josh Frydenberg would not be drawn on whether there would be an extension to the scheme ...

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App-ology: Tech tycoon atones for coastal damage with mobile guide

Locals in Big Sur, California were enraged as the former Facebook chairman prepared to tie the knot to singer Alexandra Lenas by trampling all over their Redwood forest with a stack of artificial features. On top of installing rock walls, the 39-year-old billionnaire had his workers put in a stone bridge, artificial pond and elevated platforms for the Tolkein inspired ...

Read More »

Small business MYEFO wishlist: write offs, talent acquisition

"It would be really great to see that come through," Strong says. Accounting experts believe it is likely the government will move on the policy, with BDO Tax partner Mark Molesworth predicting the extension could be announced as "a stocking stuffer for SMEs". Treasurer Josh Frydenberg would not be drawn on whether there would be an extension to the scheme ...

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