First Australian Deployment of Birst Takes Mere Weeks to Deliver Cloud-Based BI Success
Australian surfwear firm Billabong is to start talks over a possible takeover by a consortium led by its former US boss Paul Naude.
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The Australian dollar becomes the third currency, along with the US dollar and the Japanese yen, that can be converted directly into and out of the Chinese yuan.
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The Australian dollar is set to become only the third currency to trade directly with the Chinese yuan — a move that will help internationalize China’s currency.
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Assad: We'll retaliate against Israeli airstrike
Bashar Assad vowed that Syria would retaliate against Israel for an airstrike on a weapons convoy in the Damascus area last month, which foreign news outlets attributed to the IDF. “Retaliation does not mean missile for missile or bullet for bullet. Our own way …
Assad hints at retaliation for Israeli 'attack'
Syrian rebel leader: We need ammunition
Syria's Bashar al-Assad offers talks with opposition, refuses to quit
Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto reports a big annual loss after writing down the value of its aluminium and coal businesses by $14bn.
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Technology giants Apple, Microsoft and Adobe are called by the Australian parliament to appear before a committee looking at pricing levels.
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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission sues credit card company Visa for alleged misuse of market power.
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