Author: Australian Business Herald

Volatility fund eyes $100m IPO

By Maggie Lu Yueyang Read more here: Business Spectator     

AHG backs out of auto parts deal

By Maggie Lu Yueyang Burson Group will pursue other options to enter the Western Australian automotive parts market after Automotive Holdings Group said today it would retain its Covs Parts business in WA. Read...

Korean unification: a rising cost for Beijing

By Robert E Kelly Despite North Korea‘s intense focus on the economic relationship with China, the DRPK’s GDP is so small that the South Korean-Chinese economic relationship dwarfs that between North Korea and China. In my...

Teacher quits her job to twerk

IF YOU had any doubts that the end is nigh, this should put them to rest. A former kindergarten teacher has quit her job to twerk for a living. Read more here: Telegraph     

Market volatility has surprised: ANZ chief

By Michael Roddan Speaking at The Australian/Deutsche Bank Business Leaders Forum in Melbourne, Mr Smith blamed the market volatility on the missed expectations that the US Federal Reserve would bring quantitative easing to an...

Costco’s liquor licence request knocked back by court

By Loukas Founten He said granting Costco a Special Circumstances licence would have been a “concern” since it would enable the retailer “to sell liquor for off-licence consumption to a limited section of the...

Coles ‘will be vindicated’

To restart Safari press and hold the Home button (for around five seconds) until the iPhone/iPad display goes blank and the home screen appears. Read more here: The Australian     

Aussies hit: ‘He’s like a cobra’

PEOPLE who lost thousands of dollars in the Lyoness cashback scheme say the man who sold it to them is at it again. The consumer watchdog is sniffing. Read more here: Telegraph     

Fortescue warns BHP, Rio bosses

By Paul Garvey - The Australian Speaking at a breakfast in Perth hosted by stockbroker Morgans this morning, Mr Power said he was “somewhat amused” by the iron ore giants’ plans to continue growing...

China coal tariff may be gamesmanship: ANZ's Smith

By Damon Kitney - The Australian ANZ chief executive Mike Smith has played down concerns about the slowdown in the Chinese economy, and suggested the recent moves by China to impose tariffs on coal...