18 May 2013The Age - Business Punters who like piggy-backing director buying - particularly multi-director buying - have discovered that sometimes it can be costly. Very costly.
18 May 2013The Age - Business Diamonds don't just come in all shapes and sizes: they come in a rainbow of colours, from cherry blossom pinks and the deepest ruby reds, to deep ocean blues and icy whites.
18 May 2013The Age - Business If success in the sharemarket is being right 51 per cent of the time, then you don't need much of an edge to succeed. How do you get that edge? This is how we do it in the Marcus Today portfolios. You might like to try it.
18 May 2013The Age - Business The sharemarket lost ground this week, slipping 0.6 per cent, but the dollar stole the headlines after dropping like an anvil.
18 May 2013The Age - Business Dodo founder cashed up for second strike
18 May 2013The Age - Business Australian property group Drapac is set to launch two investment funds to raise $50 million to invest in US real estate, targeting potential development sites.
18 May 2013The Age - Business A wealthy property investor who is selling three prime city development sites may nearly double his initial $47 million investment.
18 May 2013The Age - Business In the electricity industry, Chinese government-owned State Grid Corporation is the global whale. Its revenue was the equivalent of $US266 billion in 2011. It earned $US5.7 billion, had total assets of $US351 billion, and employed more than 1.5 million people.
18 May 2013The Age - Business You do not need to look at News Corp's local operations to realise the media sector is engaging in radical change to survive the cyclical and structural headwinds.
18 May 2013The Age - Business Analysts say the split into two divisions may lead to a re-rating of the embattled publishing business, writes Colin Kruger.
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