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Government agendas are driving businesses like no time since WW2

Microsoft’s acquisition of TikTok reveals the long reach of governments into the corporate sector.

Australian dollar strengthens

Aussie dollar rises against the greenback.

Australian dollar falls

Aussie dollar declines against the greenback.

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Consumers fret about wider virus outbreak

Australians are worried about a deeper economic recession and unemployment.

From the source: Sage Mellet and Alyssa Carp, The Peach Pack

Fed up with the way big businesses were talking to young women about periods, these co-founders started their own company at just 22 years old.

Crime, abuse, stress: NRA report reveals reality of working in retail

The landmark report shines a light on the areas of the industry that need improvement.

This week in retail appointments

Guy Russo joins Scentre Group board; Jurlique welcomes new leaders; Metcash chooses new CFO.

Shares up nearly 1 per cent as banks keep rising

Shares were close to 1.0 per cent higher on the ASX at noon and banks have continued the gains they enjoyed on Monday.

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McDonald’s sues former chief executive

The fast-food chain trying to recover millions paid to fired CEO last year.

How to survive retail Armageddon

With the sector seemingly on the road to Armageddon, what weapons will you need in your arsenal to minimise the damage? Contributor Craig Flanders advises.