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Solomon Lew has accused Myer of turning into the world's largest post office.
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'Blind Freddie can see it': Myer headed for administration says Solomon Lew

Billionaire Solomon Lew has blasted efforts by Myer's management to restructure its board, saying the department store chain is headed for administration.

  • by Dominic Powell
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The Juukan Gorge blasts cost the jobs of three Rio Tinto executives.

'Shocking act of corporate vandalism': PKKP says Rio, WA government should have stopped Juukan Gorge blast

The Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura Aboriginal Corporation has laid out its concerns about Rio Tinto's actions and questioned its public statements.

  • by Hamish Hastie
Solomon Lew has accused Myer of turning into the world's largest post office.
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'Blind Freddie can see it': Myer headed for administration says Solomon Lew

Billionaire Solomon Lew has blasted efforts by Myer's management to restructure its board, saying the department store chain is headed for administration.

  • by Dominic Powell
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The race for a successful coronavirus vaccine has put biotech investing front and centre, but concerns about access to capital remain.

'Time to shine': New fund Horizon 3 says biotech capital flowing in wake of pandemic

A group of seasoned life sciences investors plan to launch a new fund saying tough economic conditions won't scare Australians from biotech opportunities.

  • by Emma Koehn
Citadel chief executive Mark McConnell, the technology business was acquired by private equity firm Pacific Equity Partners last week in a $500 million deal.
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Tech sector to drive recovery in private equity

The technology sector is set to drive recovery in private equity with the sector seen as a safe harbour for investments during COVID-19. 

  • by Cara Waters

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