The Australian financial planning industry may have crossed a Rubicon this week with AMP, NAB, Westpac and Macquarie indicating that they are moving to impose much tougher education standards on financial advisers.
Contrary to conventional economic theory since the time of Thales, who cornered the market for olive presses in western Anatolia in the sixth century BC, another Australian government is poised to transform a competitive market into a monopoly.
A listed Singaporean developer is making its first foray into the Australian property market.
The Sunday apartments in Coventry Street Southbank, focus on the pleasures of relaxing on a weekend.
By shedding BHP's weakest assets in a single manouevre, Andrew Mackenzie is on the cusp of achieving one of the major ambitions of his reign.
If he can get it right, Graham Kerr will be uniquely positioned for a shot at the top job in world mining when BHP goes looking for its next chief executive.
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