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Mining upside: Rio Tinto’s interim dividend of $12 billion was larger than company’s in the ASX50.

Boomsday scenario: Earnings season set to defy COVID doom

Anyone keen to understand why the sharemarket is hitting record highs despite lockdowns would do well to pay attention to the corporate earnings season.

  • by Colin Kruger
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Companies

A half share of 200 George Street, the EY Centre has sold for $575m.

AMP Capital raises $575m from sale of EY Centre stake

Investors in AMP Capital’s managed office fund have been given a $575 million windfall with the sale of its stake in the skyscraper at 200 George St, Sydney.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Atari’s spaceship-like former headquarters at 1076 Centre Road in Oakleigh.

Sector to Base: Atari’s Space Invaders HQ finds new owner

Sector Property Group has snapped up the 1980s home of computer game maker Atari for $24.5 million.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
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Opinion & Perspectives

Oversharing far too easy in the Zoom era

Jim Bright

The daily commute to our workplace helped us set boundaries around our job and home life.

Why politics has gone bad: bureaucrats down, party advisers up

Ross Gittins
Ross Gittins

Ministers are relying less on advice from public servants and relying more on the political advisers in their own offices.

Big Tech has outgrown this planet

Shira Ovide

The already bonkers dollars of tech’s Titanic 5 have become even bonkerser. Maybe that’s why Amazon chief Jeff Bezos wanted to touch outer space.

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Entrepreneurship

Atlassian co-founder and co-chief executive Mike Cannon-Brookes said it was a ripper quarter for the tech company.

‘Become digital or perish’: Atlassian reports ‘ripper’ quarter in tech boom

Co-founders Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar saw their wealth increase by $2.35 billion each overnight after Atlassian posted a 29 per cent rise in annual sales, with more growth to come.

  • by Cara Waters
Could it be that some employees are in fact the cause of their boss’s bad behaviour?
Opinion
Managing

Are employees a cause of bad management?

Employees can have an ability to trigger destructive leader behaviour by defying and resisting.

  • by James Adonis

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