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‘Cusp of something really good’: CSL ready to shape young scientists

‘Cusp of something really good’: CSL ready to shape young scientists

The nation’s biotech giant wants to help more Aussie researchers into drug development post-pandemic.

  • by Emma Koehn

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Stockland town centres cop hefty COVID hit

Stockland town centres cop hefty COVID hit

A quarter of retail tenants in the $11 billion property developer’s town centres are struggling to pay their rent as state lockdowns extract a heavy toll.

  • by Simon Johanson
The green wars: Nickel stoush between BHP and Andrew Forrest heats up

The green wars: Nickel stoush between BHP and Andrew Forrest heats up

Copper and nickel are the new black of environmentally sought after commodities. BHP and Andrew Forrest are chasing one small Canadian company sitting on both.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
The Sydney Morning Herald editor Lisa Davies resigns

The Sydney Morning Herald editor Lisa Davies resigns

The Sydney Morning Herald’s editor Lisa Davies has resigned after almost five years in the job.

  • by Zoe Samios
Qantas charged for standing down cleaner who raised COVID-19 concerns

Qantas charged for standing down cleaner who raised COVID-19 concerns

Qantas has been charged with breaches of workplace safety law after it stood down an employee who raised concerns staff could be exposed to COVID-19. 

  • by Patrick Hatch
Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz builds a second fortune

Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz builds a second fortune

When Dustin Moskovitz stepped away from Facebook four years after helping start it, the 24-year-old owned a piece of the social-media giant that today would be worth about $US18 billion. Now he has another fortune to rival the first.

  • by Scott Carpenter
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BHP reports drop in iron ore shipments from Australia
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BHP reports drop in iron ore shipments from Australia

BHP warns major maintenance works, a labour shortage and COVID-19 border restrictions are slowing output of the nation’s most valuable export.

  • by Nick Toscano
Battery battle: nickel miner picks Twiggy Forrest’s ‘superior’ offer in race with BHP

Battery battle: nickel miner picks Twiggy Forrest’s ‘superior’ offer in race with BHP

Billionaire Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest has struck a deal to buy Canadian nickel miner Noront, raising the prospect of a bidding war with BHP.

  • by Nick Toscano
Microsoft leaders warned Bill Gates over ‘inappropriate’ emails

Microsoft leaders warned Bill Gates over ‘inappropriate’ emails

Microsoft executives warned Bill Gates in 2008 about inappropriate emails he had sent to a female employee, a Microsoft spokesman confirmed.

  • by Emily Flitter
Endeavour to use algorithms, facial recognition to tackle problem gamblers

Endeavour to use algorithms, facial recognition to tackle problem gamblers

Australia’s largest drinks and hotels business Endeavour Group has unveiled plans to use predictive algorithms and facial recognition to identify problem gamblers.

  • by Dominic Powell
New deal to turn waste timber into hydrogen at Bass Strait port

New deal to turn waste timber into hydrogen at Bass Strait port

The developer of the largest clean hydrogen hub in Australia’s south-east has struck a $30 million deal for a biomass-to-hydrogen project.

  • by Nick Toscano