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Santos and EY aside, Adelaide still sucks – The Australian Financial Review - June 03, 2018

The Australian Financial Review Santos and EY aside, Adelaide still sucks The Australian Financial Review We need to talk about Ernst & Young audit partner Nigel Stevenson, of the firm's globally-renowned Adelaide office. He was most put out by our reference on Thursday to Santos as the Sou.

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Daylight robbery – The Australian - June 02, 2018

The Australian Daylight robbery The Australian Ernst Lubitsch's Trouble in Paradise (1932) is one of the most beguiling examples, introducing a pair of refined, accomplished thieves, played by Miriam Hopkins and Herbert Marshall, who are perfectly matched in every conceivable way. ... The Wrong.

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Movers & Shakers: Starcom, Deloitte, GSK, Bohemia – AdNews - June 01, 2018

AdNews Movers & Shakers: Starcom, Deloitte, GSK, Bohemia AdNews Starcom builds leadership team to help drive clients' 'return on experience'. Starcom Australia has created three national leadership roles to help it deliver a positive customer experiences and 'return on experi.

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PwC Partners with Australian Entities to Leverage Blockchain for Supply Chain – Finance Magnates - June 01, 2018

Finance Magnates PwC Partners with Australian Entities to Leverage Blockchain for Supply Chain Finance Magnates PwC isn't the first Big Four firm to adopt Bitcoin payments as Ernst & Young (EY) already enabled its clients last year to pay for products and services using the decentralized cr.

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Red Cross accidentally underpaid 800 staff – The Australian - May 31, 2018

The Australian Red Cross accidentally underpaid 800 staff The Australian The organisation has approached the Fair Work Ombudsman to seek their advice while also engaging auditors from Ernst & Young to undertake a review. Staff will be paid correctly from mid-August and will receive back pay soon.

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Irrigators say South Australia’s desalination plant could pump 50GL into the Murray – Gold Coast Bulletin - May 31, 2018

Gold Coast Bulletin Irrigators say South Australia's desalination plant could pump 50GL into the Murray Gold Coast Bulletin The $1.8 billion plant has been chugging along slowly to produce some drinking water, but the National Irrigators' Council say it could be properly fired up to contri.

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