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Woolworths bosses have sought to reassure shareholders about the future of its struggling discount department chain, Big W, a week after its newly installed chief executive resigned. The Australian Business section is published in The Australian daily to provide a national perspective coupled with in-depth analysis from the nation’s leading business journalists.
A proposal to roughly double the royalties paid by the state’s two biggest iron ore miners was divisive and could set a dangerous precedent for fixing budget issues, Fortescue Metals Group chief executive Nev Power told this morning’s Business News Success & Leadership breakfast.
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Selling Donald J. Trump’s business assets to deal with potential conflicts of interest would be time-consuming and difficult, but it could be done. In this Business News podcast, Mark Beyer and Mark Pownall discuss South Perth apartments, Centurion and MacAleese, defence, wealth creators in WA. Donald J. Trump’s stock holdings are not a significant portion of his business empire, but the sale described by a spokesman would alleviate some concerns about his conflicts. The court has recognized the rights of officials to prosecute trading cases involving business executives who pass along information to relatives. EnergyAustralia’s $1.5 billion commitment to solar power underlines a contrast between business and government.