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Retail sector edges closer to default – The Australian - December 05, 2017

The Australian Retail sector edges closer to default The Australian “We're starting to see a bit of pressure within the food retailing sector; supermarkets are experiencing a highly competitive pricing environment,” KPMG partner Gayle Dickerson told The Australian. “We can see that knock-.

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Trump tax cut to draw dollars away from Australia – The Australian - December 04, 2017

Trump tax cut to draw dollars away from Australia The Australian “If the US investment boom results in higher capital inflows, the rest of the world, including Australia, will experience higher capital outflows,” Treasury says, adding that the effect would be lower growth and wages. KPMG tax par.

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KPMG Australia launches specialist CMO advisory – Financial Express - December 04, 2017

Financial Express KPMG Australia launches specialist CMO advisory Financial Express After the acquisition of customer research agency Acuity in June this year, KPMG Australia has launched its CMO Advisory. Carmen Bekker joins in as a partner in the new firm and will head the new specialist chief mar.

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Experts predict build-to-rent revolution coming to Australia – Domain News - December 04, 2017

Domain News Experts predict build-to-rent revolution coming to Australia Domain News Currently 31 per cent of households in Australia rent, of whom nearly 30 per cent are millennials, aged between 16 and 35, 24 per cent are Baby Boomers, 21 per cent are Generation X (aged 35 to 51) and 20 per cent G.

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The four industries making best use of artificial intelligence – The Australian Financial Review - December 04, 2017

The Australian Financial Review The four industries making best use of artificial intelligence The Australian Financial Review These technologies are driving an increasing personalisation of services. Big four accountant Ernst and Young has 200 bots it uses in tax operations, and for its own core bu.

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Businesses could lose sales if not disability-friendly, SA’s Equal Opportunity Commissioner warns – International Business Times AU - December 03, 2017

International Business Times AU Businesses could lose sales if not disability-friendly, SA's Equal Opportunity Commissioner warns International Business Times AU He cited a report with Deloitte Australia, which has found that businesses that are not disability-friendly could be missing out on u.

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