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

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

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

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
Hub overcomes diversity challenge with striking architecture

Hub overcomes diversity challenge with striking architecture

Melbourne’s new community hub is a beacon on busy Springvale Road.

  • by Stephen Crafti
Ancient sites, rainbow serpents raise risks for Australian miners

Ancient sites, rainbow serpents raise risks for Australian miners

Sacred indigenous sites, endangered sawfish and Aboriginal rainbow serpents are the latest challenges confronting Australia as its top mining companies meet for their biggest annual conference.

  • by James Thornhill
Fast food, fast delivery, double lane and contact free: KFC and Macca’s new world

Fast food, fast delivery, double lane and contact free: KFC and Macca’s new world

Fast-food operators are tweaking the look and location of their outlets amid a seismic shift in customer behaviour.

  • by Tim Boreham
Origin Energy takes a $2.2b hit as green shift hurts, coal costs bite

Origin Energy takes a $2.2b hit as green shift hurts, coal costs bite

One of Australia’s top utilities has slashed the value of its business as the influx of renewables guts electricity prices and coal power’s profits.

  • by Nick Toscano
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Big Tech has outgrown this planet

Big Tech has outgrown this planet

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.

  • by Shira Ovide
‘Reality has set in’: COVID treatments a challenge for local industry

‘Reality has set in’: COVID treatments a challenge for local industry

Eighteen months on from the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, diagnostics have been a bigger success for Aussie biotechs than finding treatments.

  • by Emma Koehn
Ryan Stokes named Boral chair, Seven ups board presence

Ryan Stokes named Boral chair, Seven ups board presence

Seven Group chief executive Ryan Stokes is the new Boral chairman, while the Stokes family investment vehicle has upped its board representation to two after claiming a 70 per cent stake in the company.

  • by Alex Druce
How AstraZeneca’s dream of vaccinating the world fell apart

How AstraZeneca’s dream of vaccinating the world fell apart

The damage caused by European leaders launching scathing attacks on AstraZeneca is now becoming clear and has the company weighing up whether it wants a future in vaccines at all.

  • by Hannah Boland
‘Wellness company’: Big Tobacco’s move into pharmaceuticals raises eyebrows

‘Wellness company’: Big Tobacco’s move into pharmaceuticals raises eyebrows

Philip Morris says a shift to pharma paves the way to a healthier future, but critics argue it’s no place for cigarette makers.

  • by Oliver Gill