‘World first’: Google threatens to disable search in Australia over proposed new law

‘World first’: Google threatens to disable search in Australia over proposed new law

By Anna Domanska - Jan 22, 2021

Google has been at odds with the Australian Government since the latter proposed the ‘world first’ law to make tech companies pay publishers for the right to use their content.

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Victorian Big Battery built by Tesla, Neoen to be the largest in the world

Victorian Big Battery built by Tesla, Neoen to be the largest in the world

By Anna Domanska - Nov 09, 2020

Learn about the latest renewable energy news along with the advances in solar, wind, bio and geothermal here at leading CEO magazine, Industry Leaders.

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World Bank: ‘CO2 Market Hurt by Australia, Russia and Japan’

World Bank: ‘CO2 Market Hurt by Australia, Russia and Japan’

By Christy Gren - Jun 02, 2014

According to the World Bank, initiatives towards greenhouse-gas emissions pricing, to restrain global warming are being hurt as countries such as Australia to Russia and Japan pull

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Australia witnesses strong job growth in February

Australia witnesses strong job growth in February

By Jay Raol - Mar 14, 2013

According to data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on the 14th of March, Australia witnessed the strongest job growth in February in more than a decade. The job grow

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Scientists find An Entire Planet Made of Diamonds!

Scientists find An Entire Planet Made of Diamonds!

By Tom Parker - Aug 29, 2011

If a diamond is a girl’s best friend, this planet promises a heaven like no other, for every woman out there. A team of researchers from Australia, Germany, Italy, the UK and the

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Japanese Brewery Goes South: Kirin to buy Brazil's Aleadri for $2.6bn

Japanese Brewery Goes South: Kirin to buy Brazil's Aleadri for $2.6bn

By Vrushti Mawani - Aug 02, 2011

Japanese Brewery Goes South With domestic sales of Japan’s breweries being severely affected by the country’s decreasing population as well as a general decline in the preferen

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Japan’s Nuclear Crisis likened to Chernobyl. Asian Markets Fall.

Japan’s Nuclear Crisis likened to Chernobyl. Asian Markets Fall.

By Vrushti Mawani - Apr 12, 2011

Reports poured in about Japan’s nuclear crisis having now got bad enough to be equated with the Chernobyl disaster, causing a significant dip in stock markets across Asia – the

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$7.8 billion SGX - ASX merger set to be axed by Australian Govt

$7.8 billion SGX - ASX merger set to be axed by Australian Govt

By Jay Raol - Apr 05, 2011

In what could be a massive blow to Sydney’s role as a financial hub, Australia’s Foreign Investment Review Board announced “grave concerns” today about the SGX-ASX merger n

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Buy a Slab of Beer – Get Stakes in the Brewery for free

Buy a Slab of Beer – Get Stakes in the Brewery for free

By Vrushti Mawani - Mar 13, 2011

Typical of the down-under love you say ? Two well-known facts: Aussies LOVE their beer. And they love everything Australian. So drink to this: A new Aussie beer company, Broo, owne

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