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Plastics boss dreams of cheap gas

“We need to keep a pulse in the business and get past the ‘death valley’ that is immediately in front of us. We will need direct support to do this,” he said.

The firm is the only polyethylene manufacturer in Australia and has about 1000 employees and contractors working at its factories in Victoria and New South Wales. It produces plastics for food packaging, such as milk bottles, and for the automotive, water, mining and waste-management industries.

The manufacturing sectors the government wants firmly established within a decade include resources and critical minerals, food and beverages, medical products, recycling and clean energy, defence and space.

The Prime Minister placed a particular emphasis last week on sovereign security after the coronavirus pandemic exposed shortcomings in the supply of critical goods.

‘Home ground disadvantage’

“We are pleased to see the obvious choice of food, chemicals and plastics as priorities … and the

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San Miguel Boss Ang to Start Airport Construction, Eyes Airline

(Bloomberg) — San Miguel Corp. will start work this month for a Philippine airport that’s scheduled to start servicing Manila in five to six years, President Ramon Ang said, adding he’s planning to return to the airline business by then.

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The Philippines’ largest company expects the airport in Bulacan province to initially have two runways when it opens in five years, and will be expanded to four a year after, Ang said in a video call with reporters on Tuesday.

Elaborating on his plans for an airline, he said six years from now, demand for air travel would be back to normal while costs would be lower. San Miguel briefly entered commercial aviation in 2012 when it bought into Philippine Airlines Inc., but eventually sold the stake back to Lucio Tan in 2014.

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Sales at most of San Miguel’s businesses, including oil refiner Petron Corp. and

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AJ Gunasena Was Fed Up With His 9 To 5 Job As A Sales Representative, So He Became His Own Boss And Created Betwithaj Consulting LLC

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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 2, 2020 / As the owner and CEO of the largest online sports betting consulting firm in Las Vegas, Betwithaj Consulting LLC, AJ Gunasena has spent the last decade building his sports betting consulting empire. His motto is: he picks, you profit. AJ offers premier seasonal packages for anyone interested in making a legitimate stream of income in the sports betting industry. If you can read an email, follow directions, and place a bet directly from your smartphone you can make money with Betwithaj Consulting LLC.

Having started from the ground up and learned everything himself, AJ faced a long road of trial and errors that got him to where he is today. Ten years ago he sold phones at AT&T as a

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Warren Buffett’s charity dinner spurred the boss of an online-trading platform to embrace value investing


  • Cryptocurrency entrepreneur Justin Sun paid $4.6 million for a charity dinner with Warren Buffett in January.
  • Sun hoped to convert Buffett into a Bitcoin fan, but instead one of his guests, eToro CEO Yoni Assia, embraced Buffett’s value-investing approach.
  • Assia read the definitive book on the subject written by Buffett’s mentor, hired a value-investing consultant, and became a bigger proponent of in-depth research and longer investment horizons, Bloomberg reported.
  • The boss of the social-trading platform also tweeted that value investing is a “hidden magic that reveals itself to you only after 20 years of making 15-20% and compounding it.”
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Cryptocurrency executive Justin Sun shelled out $4.6 million for a charity dinner with Warren Buffett in a vain attempt to convert the billionaire investor into a Bitcoin believer. Instead, one of his guests embraced Buffett’s signature value-investing strategy, Bloomberg reported on

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One Powerful Visualization To Be The Boss Of Your Business

I remember a seminal moment in my entrepreneurial journey when I crossed over from being completely at the mercy of my business—as well as the economy, the seasons, and other people’s business referrals—to becoming the boss of my business.

It had taken me years of painstaking effort, ingenuity, and experience before I had finally created the kind of business that worked FOR me instead of one that was running me ragged just to stay afloat. 

And achieving success my way came with its own level of satisfaction; It felt amazing that I finally had complete control over who I worked with, how much I charged, and how many hours I worked. I had built the confidence that I could make as much money as I wanted and grow my business in any number of directions of my choosing. 

And

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Wagga RSL boss Andrew Bell tells ICAC he turned down Daryl Maguire’s visa scheme suggestion | The Canberra Times

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A NSW Riverina RSL chief executive has told a corruption inquiry that a visa scheme allegedly suggested by former Wagga MP Daryl Maguire felt “a bit dodgy”. Wagga Wagga RSL chief executive Andrew Bell appeared before the Independent Commission Against Corruption hearings yesterday and detailed how he came to meet alleged associates of Mr Maguire’s at Sydney Airport to discuss a proposal to accept money to host Chinese visa applicants. ICAC also heard that Wagga RSL paid almost $7250 in commissions to former Wagga restaurateur Gordon Tse, and $550 in fees to Mr Maguire’s alleged company, in return for helping deliver nearly $98,000 worth of cutlery and furniture from China. RELATED: The inquiry heard Wagga RSL and its independent caterers did not go through with the proposals outlined at the meeting, which allegedly included Mr Maguire’s business partner Phillip Elliott handing over $1000 cash as a down payment.

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Banijay Rights Boss Cathy Payne Unveils Distribution Strategy, ‘Black Mirror’ Future (EXCLUSIVE)

When Banijay closed its $2.2 billion takeover of Endemol Shine earlier this summer, it became the largest independent production player outside the U.S. The formation of the super-group, during a pandemic no less, raised questions about how it might leverage a monster 88,000-hour catalogue, and what its plans were for super-brands like Endemol Shine drama “Black Mirror” and Banijay’s iconic “Survivor” format.

In her first interview since assuming leadership of Banijay’s distribution arm, Banijay Rights, industry veteran Cathy Payne tells Variety that the combined business hopes to be “the world’s best producer and distributor of content.” And while there’s certainly enough scale in the library to support its own VOD offering, OTT plans aren’t yet in the cards.

“At the moment, we’re focusing on production and distribution,” says Payne, who acknowledges that a clear brand proposition for consumers is needed for major SVOD platforms like Disney Plus and HBO Max

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Cambridge Analytica’s former boss gets 7-year ban on being a business director

The former CEO of Cambridge Analytica, the disgraced data company that worked for the 2016 Trump campaign and shut down in 2018 over a voter manipulation scandal involving masses of Facebook data — has been banned from running limited companies for seven years.

Alexander Nix signed a disqualification undertaking earlier this month which the UK government said yesterday it had accepted. The ban commences on October 5.

“Within the undertaking, Alexander Nix did not dispute that he caused or permitted SCL Elections Ltd or associated companies to market themselves as offering potentially unethical services to prospective clients; demonstrating a lack of commercial probity,” the UK insolvency service wrote in a press release.

Nix was suspended as CEO of Cambridge Analytica at the peak of the Facebook data scandal after footage emerged of him, filmed by undercover reporters, boasting of spreading disinformation and entrapping politicians to meet clients’ needs.

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6 Best Gift Ideas For Your Boss Or Co-worker

People from your workplace can sometimes serve as your second family. Showing appreciation to your bosses or co-workers could go a long way in terms of building rapport. You can do this by exchanging pleasantries, but nothing says you are grateful for their help and mentorship like giving them a present.

Choosing a gift for your boss could be perplexing, and there is a fine line between giving a thoughtful gift and looking like you are seeking favors from them. Fortunately, there are many “neutral” gifts for you to choose from.

1. Day Planner

Day Planner Day Planners are great to let your boss know you care about their schedule Photo: Agiftpersonalized

A desk calendar or planner is not only well within anyone’s budget, it also shows you notice their hard work and that you’ve got their backs in planning their days out. Your “always busy” boss will now have the perfect

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Magnificent Mane the difference-maker as Liverpool show Chelsea who’s boss

If ever a goal could sum up a player, this was it.

Sadio Mane’s pass was poor. A giveaway. He was not happy with himself. 

So what did he do? Stand and sulk? Look around for a team-mate to blame? 

Not a bit of it.

Liverpool’s Senegalese star is not wired that way. Instead, Mane hared after the ball, following it as Kurt Zouma rolled it back to Kepa Arrizabalaga in the Chelsea goal. 

Kepa’s intention to pass out was good, but Mane read it, stretching out a foot to intercept, then firing the loose ball into the unguarded net with the goalkeeper scrambling.

Two-nil Liverpool. Game, set, match.

It took Mane only 10 minutes, either side of half-time, to bend this game to his will.

It was he who was fouled, crudely, by Andreas Christensen shortly before the interval, leading to the Chelsea defender’s dismissal.

Mane’s run, from out

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