Scentre Group to focus on $1.5b alternate developments

Retail landlord Scentre Group will look to a range of new, alternate-use projects valued at $1.5 billion at a number of its malls to offer more services as part of its experience-based Westfield Living Centres. As the owner and manager of the Westfield centres across Australia and New Zealand, it owns the lion's share of large malls and has identified […]

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Has Nirmalaji’s tax plan made India CAs mukt?

If the finance minister’s tax proposals have stimulated demand at all, it’s for CAs, notes Kanika Datta. In the space of three days, two significant speeches were delivered, one in the world’s largest democracy and the other in the world’s most powerful one. Both took place against the backdrop of heightened political challenges for the incumbent government. Both will be […]

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Winemaker bringing food to Northern California town without restaurants

Winemaker Dave Phinney — whose runaway wine hit, The Prisoner, sold for $40 million a decade ago — is branching into food. But in a bizarre twist, his culinary foray may be met without competition because there are currently zero restaurants on the 23-mile stretch of land outside of San Francisco where he plans to start pairing fried chicken with […]

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U.S. Considering New Wave of China Tech Restrictions

In this article The Trump administration is considering new restrictions on exports of cutting-edge technology to China in a push aimed at limiting Chinese progress in developing its own passenger jets and clamping down further on tech giant Huawei’s access to vital semiconductors, according to four people familiar with the discussions. Senior officials are expected to decide by the end […]

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European Shares Advance As Virus Concerns Ease

European stocks advanced on Tuesday as investors seemed reassured by Chinese President Xi Jinping’s pledge to win the fight against the coronavirus outbreak. A record close on Wall Street overnight on the back of robust earnings and signs of strength in the world’s largest economy as well as an apparent slowdown in the rate of coronavirus infection in mainland China […]

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Would higher minimum wage be a disadvantage for American farmers?

How minimum wage hikes affect agriculture Jay Hill, who is a managing partner at Chaffhaye, Inc., discusses the agriculture industry, minimum wage and global trade. Raising the minimum wage would hurt the agriculture industry, according to one alfalfa farmer. Continue Reading Below Jay Hill, co-owner of Hill Farms and ChaffHaye Inc., shared his insights on the push for a $15 […]

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Diamond Princess Guests to Disembark by Friday: Virus Update

In this article Japan said it expected to remove all passengers from the stricken Diamond Princess by Friday, as the luxury cruise liner remained docked at the port of Yokohama, near Tokyo. The announcement came after China reported that 1,886 additional coronavirus cases emerged Monday and there were 98 more deaths, bringing the total number of infections in the country […]

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Bolton Warns of Possible ‘Censorship’ of His White House Memoir

Former National Security Advisor John Bolton raised alarm the Trump administration could block his memoir that describes his interaction with the president over Ukraine. “I hope it’s not suppressed,” Bolton said Monday in a talk at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. “This is an effort to write history, and I did it the best I can. We’ll have to […]

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Juice maker finds novel way to cash in on coronavirus

The Food Revolution Group, which supplies to supermarkets Coles and Woolworths, revived its fortunes on Tuesday morning after the juice maker found a novel way to cash in on the coronavirus. Shares of the stockmarket minnow jumped nearly 50 per cent after it announced it was gearing up to bottle hand sanitiser instead of juices to take advantage of the […]

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