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TRADING DAY: Stocks are tipped to open lower after Wall Street weakness, although iron’s ore strength could offset some of the losses.

Australian watchdog is forced to change tack after Google completes its $US2.1bn takeover of Fitbit, despite Australian worries.

GOTTLIEBSEN: By overlooking key strategic rules in ‘The Art of War’, Xi Jinping’s plan to punish Australia is simply not working.

GOTTLIEBSEN: COVID meant a lost year for many 2019 graduates, but their experience will change how many unis prepare students for work.

GOTTLIEBSEN: China has sealed the death of the internal combustion engine, as a series of hi-tech deals lock in a future of electric vehicles.

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GOTTLIEBSEN: A report exonerates Christine Holgate in the Australia Post watches affair and shows the PM’s remarks to parliament were wrong.

Former PM Paul Keating slams early super scheme, says COVID aid should come from government, not from people raiding their retirement savings.

A corporate executive has resigned after being outed as a serial public defecator by vigilant neighbours who photographed him in the act $AOG #ausbiz  #poojogger 

The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions has admitted it does not have the resources to tackle a large stream of legal cases flowing from the #bankingRC  by #ausbiz  #estimates  #ASIC 

KOHLER: At least the pandemic might end the notion that government deficits come from ‘reckless overspending’ and must be paid back with budget surpluses.

Australia has suffered one of the steepest falls in wage growth of any advanced country

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Gottliebsen | While all the attention was on lockdowns, last week Victoria took three significant steps towards the prosecution of cabinet members for industrial manslaughter. #auspol  #springst 

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