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Aust stocks open 0.5% higher

Local market resumes hunt for elusive 6000 threshold on strong commodity rally.

M2 confirms bid for iiNet

M2 Communications counters TPG's $1.4bn play with competing takeover offer.

Norway, the land of renewable energy and electric vehicles - backed by oil

Norway is more than 100% renewable and still adding wind, while the Tesla is its best-selling car. Why is it they wisely use their fossil fuels revenues to decouple from fossil fuels yet we feel the need to remain as dependant as possible?

PanAust wants higher offer price

Ernst & Young values miner at $1.84 to $2.04 per share, higher than GRAM's takeover bid.

QMS Media suspends IPO roadshow

Billboard operator shelves its domestic roadshow for its June IPO, according to sources.

How Baird dug himself into a hole on gas policy

The Supreme Court's decision on Metgasco is deeply embarrassing for the Baird Government.

Bendigo Bank eyes $200m raising

Lender unveils convertible preference share offer to support balance sheet growth.

Hills warns on FY profit

Technology group warns full-year profit may take 40% hit on weakness across several sectors.

McAleese extends share suspension

Haulage contractor extends voluntary share suspension as it continues talks with troubled Altas Iron.

Financial advice: a jungle guide

Worried about continuing reports of dodgy financial planners? Here's how you can avoid getting stung when seeking advice.

Taming the Apple Watch

If you allow it, the Apple Watch will constantly pull you out of the real world and suck you into your digital one.

The real and present threat of China’s territorial claims

Should Australia also be fearful of Beijing’s bold territorial ambitions?

M2 enters the fight for iiNet

M2 board considering a bid for iiNet, putting pressure on suitor TPG to raise its offer.

Another WA uranium mine plan approved

Canadian company Cameco securea federal environmental remote WA mine.

Austerity will be the winner of the UK election

The UK's four key parties are each offering a version of austerity to voters, but it won't be easy for any of them to meet their objectives.

NBN Co revamps brand name

$700,000 spent on planned charm offensive, with BWM Dentsu hired as lead creative agency.

Does $2 million make you rich?

With a net wealth of $2 million, you could be on the pension or taxed heavily, depending on your asset mix.

Vic govt reopens Hazelwood mine inquiry

?State will spend $25m to probe whether death rate spiked, fund health study.

Scoreboard: Iron will

Record closes on Wall Street and a strengthening iron ore price should help drive gains on the local market.

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