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9 April 2018 10:41 AM Buyers dig deep as seven million-dollar lots light up Inglis sale

A buying frenzy kicked off day one of the Inglis Easter Yearling Sale with five million-dollar lots sold in one of the most frantic opening hours ever seen in a sales ring. The sale was averaging more than half a million dollars after the opening hour, that number eventually dropping to $373,895 by the end of the day. All told, there were seven million-dollar 11

9 February 2018 1:33 AM Not too skimpy: US apparel giant buys Bras N Things in $500m deal

American apparel giant Hanesbrands has snapped up Australian lingerie retailer Bras N Things in a not-so-skimpy deal worth half a billion dollars. Hanesbrands had already established a commanding position in the local socks and jocks trade in 2016 when it paid $1.1 billion for Pacific Brands and acquired the Bonds, Berlei, Jockey, Rio and Holeproof brands 34

6 February 2018 1:59 AM Lululemon CEO Laurent Pontdevin steps down for unspecified misconduct

Lululemon Athletica chief executive Laurent Potdevin abruptly resigned from the yogawear seller in the wake of unspecified misconduct, leaving a leadership vacuum and a swirl of controversy in its C-suite. The 50-year-old also will resign from the board, Lululemon said, citing behavior that didn't live up to its standards. The board, led by executive 32

5 February 2018 6:59 AM Inglis secure future as Riverside stables open at Warwick Farm

There was a touch of the old and a lot of new about the Inglis Riverside Stables which were opened by Stuart Ayers, the Minister for Western Sydney, at Warwick Farm on Monday. The new $140 million complex will become the centre for selling thoroughbreds in the country and will hold its first sale from Saturday. The Inglis sales company dates back to 1867. Legendary 13

2 February 2018 12:51 AM Markets Live: ASX turns losses to gains

Apple's revenue forecast for the second quarter was below market expectations, adding to concerns of a plateau in demand for its newer iPhones, including the anniversary edition iPhone X. The company forecast second-quarter revenue between $US60 billion and $US62 billion, while analysts on average were expecting $US65.73 billion, according to Thomson 78

30 January 2018 8:05 AM 'I could feel the knife': victims recount robbery terror

Two men have described their terror and ongoing trauma after a man brandishing a hunting knife robbed them to fuel his drug habit. Joshua Dean Ridgeway, 22, robbed Anaconda retail store in Fyshwick in September last year after threatening a sales assistant with a stolen hunting knife. The next day he pretended to be interested in buying a man's car, before 18

16 January 2018 11:50 PM Ben Simmons jersey sales rocket into the NBA's top 10

The popularity of Ben Simmons continues to boom with the NBA announcing the Australian's Philadelphia 76ers jersey is one of the top 10 sellers. The 21-year-old, who is expected to achieve the rare milestone of being selected in next month's NBA All-Star game in his rookie year, came in eighth on the jersey sales list. Jofra Archer in a BBL star, Roy belts 21

16 January 2018 4:10 AM Markets Live: Bellamy's surges in weak ASX

Afterpay Touch shares have hit a record high after the-buy-now-pay later service revealed its underlying annual sales are on track to reach more than $2 billion and a possible move into the US market. In the three months to December 31, underlying quarterly sales hit $551 million, up from $367 million the previous quarter, while sales for the first half of the current 47

16 January 2018 2:11 AM ANU College company Study Group Australia's registration cancelled by Australian Skills Quality Authority

The company that runs ANU College has had its registration cancelled by the vocational education and training regulator for failing to comply with a suite of requirements linked to the VET Quality Framework. ANU College, run by Study Group Australia, charges international students almost $40,000 for courses it says will help gain placement at the Australian 23 1

15 January 2018 1:45 AM Vocus Group announces restructure

Vocus Group has divided the enterprise and wholesale divisions of its Australian business into separate operating segments, in a bid to restore shareholder value. Australia's fourth-largest telco says its structure will now comprise four reportable segments: Enterprise and Government; Wholesale and International; Consumer; and New Zealand, allowing senior 30