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Companies

Tesla chief Elon Musk and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos are long-time rivals.

Why Silicon Valley’s rift with the White House is growing deeper

Once-strong ties between US Democrats and Silicon Valley, the new heart of American corporate power, have broken down.

  • by James Titcomb
Elders CEO Mark Allison is hoping the new government will provide clarity in helping the agriculture sector reduce emissions.

Farmers want clarity from Labor on path to net zero: Elders CEO

Elders boss Mark Allison wants the new federal government to help farmers “get on” with the job of cutting emissions.

  • by Jessica Yun
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Opinion & Perspectives

Why Silicon Valley’s rift with the White House is growing deeper

Once-strong ties between US Democrats and Silicon Valley, the new heart of American corporate power, have broken down.

James Titcomb

What Treasury told the new treasurer... probably

When an incoming treasurer is briefed by top Treasury officials, they are often told uncomfortable truths. Here’s my fictional take on what Jim Chambers might have been told in recent days.

Jessica Irvine
Jessica Irvine

Senior economics writer

Star Entertainment a sitting duck as it sinks into governance void

The casino operator is now just a hasty patchwork of interim executives, cobbled together to run a $3 billion company that’s increasingly vulnerable to an opportunistic takeover.

Elizabeth Knight
Elizabeth Knight

Business columnist

Banking & finance

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Entrepreneurship

Blockchain Australia CEO Steve Vallas thinks reform will still go ahead under Labor.

Crypto industry urges Labor to stay the course on sweeping reforms

Members of Australia’s cryptocurrency and Web3 industry want the Albanese government to stay the course on crypto regulation.

  • by Dominic Powell
Chris Lucas:

‘Risk is built in’: Chris Lucas on the serious business of food

One of Melbourne’s most prolific restaurateurs tells Peter Barrett what it’s like to open four restaurants in a pandemic, and what he still hopes to achieve.

  • by Peter Barrett

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