With negative gearing being such a hot button issue in Australia, it’d do us well to find out exactly what it is that we’re getting so riled up about.
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“People are angry. Voters demanding change have helped make Donald Trump the presumptive Republican nominee for president and fueled Bernie Sanders’ ferocious challenge to Democrat Hillary Clinton.
“U.S stocks recovered Monday from some of the morning’s mayhem that saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummet more than 1,000 points in the first four minutes of trading.
“Study after study shows that Americans are not saving for retirement like they should, and a new survey finds that nearly one third of people who have some sort of savings plan have amassed less than $1,000 for retirement.
“Mo’ money, mo’ sleep.
“Australia’s central bank cuts interest rates to record lows as its economy suffers from a drop in commodity prices and weak local consumer activity.” – YT
Google has announced it’s acquiring Nest Labs for the frankly astonishing figure of $3.2 billion. The search giant paid in cash for the company, founded by Tony Fadell.
Twitter is preparing to issue its IPO, floating on the stock market and becoming a public company. But what is Twitter and how has it got to this moment?
This video doesn’t give a detailed rundown of the history of Twitter, rather a potted history told through the power of short Vines. Which is rather fitting as Vine is part of the Twitter ecosystem.
Detroit made history this week, but not for anything good. Some people have been shocked, but more people have seen it coming…
The bankruptcy of Detroit on Thursday was a raw and discordant moment here, underscoring how dramatically the fortunes of the nation’s auto industry and the city with which it is synonymous have diverged.