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FBI's worst nightmare: state-sponsored cyber terrorism

English soccer teams spending record $1.2 billion on players

English clubs spending record amounts this summer

Europe's Big Five smash football transfer window records

Hong Kong showdown looms as Chinese lawmakers vote on poll plan

Falcao's Manchester move ends Europe transfer boom

HMV suspends share trading, seeks rescue

Billion smartphones to weigh on networks

Cosgrove expected to be named GG on Monday

Creditors decide to liquidate Tamar Valley Dairy

Tourism council pushes need for more investment

Job cuts flagged for Adelaide Women's and Children's Hospital to boost...

Insolvent trading claims at Retail Adventures

Art makes big impact on SA economy: report

Eating disorders in regional areas tough to treat

Mid-2013 expansion for Internet names targeted

Bryce moved by final Aust Day as GG

Businesswoman Jan Cameron may face creditor scrutiny

Receivers prepare for Hunter winery sale

Iron ore price slump surprises analysts, should worry Government

Retail to beat post-budget blues: Deloitte

ACT economy is better off: Deloitte

Exclusive - U.S. companies seek cyber experts for top jobs, board seats

Apps, ads and accumulators: bookies ready for record World Cup

Cash-rich global firms face calls to crack open war chests

Mobile tech reshaping the health sector

New York state fines PwC, suspends consulting

PwC to pay NY $25 million over work with Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi

Hasties directors may have breached duties

Business outlook better globally, weaker locally

Project decisions to shape investment peak

Cost of living not so bad, apparently

Maritime Union denies wage rises threaten offshore oil and gas industry

Australia must diversify economy: report

Former Fair Pay Commissioner Ian Harper says cutting minimum wage won't...

NSW Firearms Registry under review

Canada PM rejects accusations linking him to scandal

New Zealand winegrowers report bumper harvest

Man U falls down money league too

UK lawmakers: Accounting firms abuse of gov't role