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US, China tech cash in on surveillance economy – The Australian Financial Review
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AnalysisSep 14, 2020 – 5.09pmIf there was ever a reason to be bullish on Chinese technology stocks then the revelation of a massive digital dossier of Australia’s good and great would be it.The accumulation of a database rich with details on luminaries spanning politics, business and technology testifies to China’s emergence as a power player…

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This Orange co-working space makes regional working more than a dream
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TechnologyFlexible workingAndrew and Prue Swain at their new co-working space called Hive Orange in Orange’s CBD. Kyle ManningJul 14, 2020 – 7.00amLess than one year ago, at 25-27 McNamara Street in the regional NSW town of Orange stood a rundown St Vincent de Paul.Today, in its place, stands a brand new co-working space called Hive Orange, which…

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Super funds ponder getting off the tech train – The Australian Financial Review
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Jul 7, 2020 – 6.23pmThe biggest decision facing equity investors at the moment is when to trade out of highly valued tech stocks and back into cyclical companies leveraged to the economy, says the chief investment officer of $180 billion super fund, AustralianSuper.Mark Delaney, who oversees investments for the pension behemoth, told The Australian Financial…

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Why tech is the best growth option – The Australian Financial Review
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ChanticleerThe tech index and its tracking ETF show if you can cope with the volatility technology stocks bring, they are one of the best options for capital growth.When the ASX and S&P Dow Jones Indices launched the country’s first technology index in February, they opened the way for another wave of disruption in the local…

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Tech, healthcare to feel FIRB changes – The Australian Financial Review
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Jun 11, 2020 – 1.08pmTechnology start ups and healthcare companies controlling customer data could be captured by the federal government’s planned tightening of foreign investment laws.The Foreign Investment Review Board will apply a new national security test for assets defined as a “sensitive national security business” such as those entities operating in the energy, telecommunications,…

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China’s trillions towards tech won’t buy dominance – The Australian Financial Review
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OpinionChina wants to bring technology into its mainstream infrastructure buildout and, in the process, heave the economy out of a gloom due only partly to the coronavirus.Anjani TrivediBig spending numbers are being thrown around in China, once again. This time, it’s trillions of yuan of fiscal stimulus on all things tech. The plans are bold…

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Tech companies plan slow return to the office – The Australian Financial Review
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May 11, 2020 – 5.24pmTemperature checks on entry into the office are in but end-of-financial-year bashes are out.That’s the message coming from Australia’s tech companies as they contemplate when and how to let staff back into the office as COVID-19 lockdown restrictions ease.For the online car retailer Carsales.com.au, relaxing the lockdown will let suffering staff…

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US venture fund backs Brisbane marketing tech firm with $19.5m – The Australian Financial Review
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ExclusiveFeb 3, 2020 — 2.00pmA Brisbane-based marketing technology start-up, which has created a platform to let companies manage their branding consistently across various campaigns and office locations has attracted the attention of US venture capital, raising almost $20 million to put towards plans for international expansion.Outfit has closed its second external funding round at $19.5…

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7 disruptions that might strike your finances
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By Ashish Modani As we enter 2020, it is not just a new year, but the beginning of a new decade. You may see a lot of changes in a year, but literally everything changes in a decade in today’s world. And your financial world is no exception to this rule. Here are some changes…

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American Finance Trust Provides 2019 Transactions Update
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NEW YORK, Jan. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — American Finance Trust, Inc. (Nasdaq: AFIN) (“AFIN” or the “Company”), a real estate investment trust focused on acquiring and managing a diversified portfolio of primarily service-oriented and traditional retail and distribution related commercial real estate properties in the U.S., today provided an update on transactions completed in the fourth…

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KBS Sells Von Karman Tech Center in Irvine, California to a Private Investor for $25.4 Million – Yahoo Finance
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Multimillion Dollar Repositioning Represents the Strength of Redeveloped Creative Workspaces in the Irvine SubmarketKBS, one of the largest owners of premier commercial real estate in the nation, has announced that it has sold Von Karman Tech Center, a 101,161-square-foot multi-tenant office building in Irvine, California. The property owned by KBS Growth & Income REIT, Inc.…

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Tech investors warn against rushing for the exits – The Australian Financial Review
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Oct 29, 2019 — 12.00amLeading Australian technology venture capitalists and company founders have warned investors to ignore bearish commentary about high-growth firms being overvalued, saying there is no tech bubble and that companies must be judged individually.A $2 billion plummet in the value of former market darling WiseTech last week, following disputed claims from short…

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India’s property slump leaves beleaguered banks exposed – The Globe and Mail
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While the Indian banking system could be hit by billions of dollars of additional soured debt, the cash crunch in the housing market has levied a toll in human misery. Francis Mascarenhas/Reuters India might have thought the worst of a bad loans crisis was past, but a severe cash crunch in the real estate industry…

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How to Plan and Save on Holiday Travel
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Some of my fondest college memories aren’t from going to homecoming games, attending my first college party or walking around campus when no one else was going to class. Some of my favorite memories are going home for winter break and seeing all my high school friends. Seeing old friends was always so fun, especially since…

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