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stupid questions google

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Google has gone ahead of Amazon and tested its first drone deliveries in remote Queensland.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Woolworths’ profit is up 8.5 per cent and predicts an average increase for the year ahead.
property deposit

 Author: Dale Gillham
Term Deposit rates are still incredibly low, given historical norms, and as a depositor you may have decided to accept the current low payout rates being offered by your bank, in return for capital security.

 Author: Ashley Jessen
European indices closed down amidst continuing issues surrounding Russia and Ukraine but the Dow Jones managed to bounce back from being down over 100 points to close the session 42 points in the red.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Shepparton plant is back on track after the bid for a local road closure was blocked by the council.
NATHAN TINKLER FILE

 Author: Staff Reporter
Nathan Tinkler’s comeback appears to be discouraged by U.S. coal producer Peabody Energy.

 Author: Staff Reporter
In full preparation for an IPO, Jessica Alba’s startup just raised USD70 million and is now valued at almost USD1 billion.
Gina rinehart hate

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
The new telemovie about Australia’s richest person began filming this week and images portraying young Gina Rinehart already surfaced.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Apple may be releasing the awaited iWatch in less than two weeks.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
The University of Wollongong’s iAccelerate initiative has kicked off a $10 million AUD seed fund to support Australian startups.

 Author: Gaby Lim
Do you love what you’re doing or are you just getting by each day? Here’s a checklist to find out if you’ve finally found work that’s worth getting up for each day.

 Author: Gaby Lim
Why are some people successful while some become failures? Success is not dependent on genes, good looks, or luck. Here are some ways you can succeed and stand out from the crowd.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Qantas’ preliminary final result announcement is finally here, but the loss is far more shocking than previously expected.

 Author: Ashley Jessen
Mixed signals from global indices, combined with a negative session on the Iron Ore commodities market, provided the backdrop for a fairly negative session, with the Aussie 200 index unable to recover from early losses as reporting seasons starts to wind up, with most of the key ASX heavyweights having reported.