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Tech Macquarie sale of Oceania Healthcare, take three

Part of the attraction for prospective acquirers is Oceania has pockets of premium real estate in Auckland - but it's a finite resources and the current owners have already trousered much of the potential profits. This time around Macquarie and its associates are asking for $550 million to $600 million for Oceania. Sources said the last time Oceania was up for sale Quadrant came close to buying it, but after putting forward its price, the owners demanded more.
Financial Review
03/05
53 Points
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Tech Fintech challenges Veda, Dun & Bradstreet

But CreditMe's primary customer is the small business rather than the bank, so it will get access to all their financials, which it claims will make for a more accurate assessment more akin to the big ratings agencies.Typically, an SME will go to their bank to ask for a loan, with a small number considering the numerous online alternatives that have cropped up in recent years.But CreditMe . It gives them a credit rating and then advises them on which lenders would be the best for them .
Financial Review
03/05
36 Points
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Tech Budget 2016: Midwinter Ball postponed for election

So while odds are against it, Malcolm Turnbull could well go down as the first Prime Minister never to address the annual ball (as PM) since its mid-winter inauguration in the mid-Howard era.Somewhere in the nation's capital, there's a sequin-and-bedazzler revise its second-half sales forecasts downwards. .
Financial Review
03/05
34 Points
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Tech Bookings surge as diners flock to top restaurants

Financial Review
03/05
30 Points
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Tech Bitcoin creator Craig Wright no Obi-Wan

The cryptocurrency is supported by blockchain, a decentralised database that records every transaction.In interviews with the UK's BBC, The Economist and GQ and in a blog post on Monday, Dr Wright claimed he had created the technology "with the help of others" using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto to protect his identity.
Financial Review
03/05
32 Points
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Tech No new money for black spots in the federal budget

Posted May 03, 2016 20:08:19 Rural communities hoping to see more money spent on reducing mobile phone black spots will be disappointed by this year's federal budget.The Coalition has not allocated any new funding for its Mobile Black Spot programme, whereby it works with telecommunications companies and state governments to help build new phone towers in regional areas.
ABC
03/05
27 Points
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Tech Online friendships 'equally as potent' for teenagers, Murdoch Uni researcher finds

ABC
03/05
26 Points
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Tech Creating a successful mobile app: Three founders spill the beans

The journey to starting a successful app: the tips and tricks from three Brisbane founders. Like Brisbane Times on FacebookThe story Creating a successful mobile app: Three founders spill the beans first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald. Photo: Glenn HuntZeppee co-founder Ben Burton with Zeppee, his 10- month-old kitten. Mobile phone applications have become an integral part of our lives, with many of us not relying on desktop computers as much as we used to.
Leader
03/05
25 Points
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Tech Budget 2016: Business to get $1000 to take on an intern for four weeks

Businesses that hire applicants who are more job ready will receive a smaller subsidy of $6500.The subsidies will be available from January 2017 and apply to job seekers that have been registered with employment services for at least six months.The three-part scheme will cost $752 million over four years. .The first three weeks will focus on presentation, computer skills and encouraging the jobseeker to work in a team.
Financial Review
03/05
28 Points
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Tech US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science lab

Photo: Louise KennerleyA laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant to pursue quantum computing research by the US office of the Director of National Intelligence.The Quantum Control Laboratory in the university's new Nanoscience Hub is the only facility in Australia chosen for the US funding, which has gone to an international consortium, including European research groups.
Leader
03/05
22 Points
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Tech Why Joe Hockey's green folder never made it to Scott Morrison's budget 2016

His stated intention was to hand down the luxuriant folio to his successor,who would hand it down to theirs, an Antipodean version of the UK chancellor's iconic red briefcase, first held by William Gladstone in 1860.Problem is, the tradition didn't last very long. At that infamous 2014 federal budget, Joe Hockey's first (or second last, depending on which way you look at it), the Treasurer made a song and dance of starting a grand new tradition.
Financial Review
03/05
12 Points
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Tech Drone fishing video featuring school of hungry tuna on NSW north coast goes viral

ABC
03/05
34 Points
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Tech The perks and pitfalls of crowdfunding

Chris Rouse stopped backing crowdfunding projects after he got burnt. Photo: BatterooA few years ago, Chris Rouse was a passionate crowdfunding supporter. But lax vetting standards can leave backers like Rouse vulnerable to failure and fraud.With a few clicks, would-be entrepreneurs, artists and charities can launch a project and start crowdfunding. But that's usually where it ends.Rouse managed to get a refund two years later for his lost investment .
Leader
03/05
22 Points

Tech We just solved one of the biggest mysteries about how water flows on Mars

Researchers just uncovered an incredible fact about liquid water on Mars. Researchers just uncovered an incredible fact about liquid water on Mars. The story We just solved one of the biggest mysteries about how water flows on Mars first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald. Because the water hits a boiling stage along its surface, it kicks up dust and dirt and debris in the water's wake. Meanwhile, the amount of water flowing is fairly small and, from the looks of it, rather slow.
Leader
03/05
22 Points
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