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TechnologyOne calls ATO's corporate tax report 'confusing and misleading'
ASX-listed enterprise software company TechnologyOne has called the Australian Taxation Office's corporate tax transparency report 'confusing and misleading', even after the ATO said the report didn't tell the full story of a company's tax affairs. TechnologyOne, an enterprise software company listed among the ASX 200, has claimed the Australian Taxation
Trump Likely to Back Ronna Romney McDaniel for RNC Chair
Ronna Romney McDaniel, the Michigan GOP Chairwoman, is likely to be Donald Trump's choice to be the chair of the Republican National Committee, senior transition sources told ABC News. Romney McDaniel is a niece of Mitt Romney, the former Republican nominee who was in the running to be Trump's secretary of state. Trump's support will almost surely clear
Best ways in Bay Area to count down 2016
“The Horn Blows at Midnight”: One nice way to spend New Year’s Eve is at home, with the heat turned up, the shades pulled down, and the TV on. But what should you watch? I suggest this weird 1945 film, which for many years was a staple of late-night New Year’s Eve programming. It stars Jack Benny as a trumpet-playing angel who comes to Earth to end the world
Vodafone Australia appoints Kevin Millroy to permanent CTO post
Acting CTO for Australia's third mobile network will take on the role in a permanent capacity. Vodafone Hutchison Australia acting chief technology officer and general manager for Access Network Delivery Kevin Millroy has on Monday been appointed to the role of chief technology officer. The new CTO joined Vodafone Australia in 2013 after stints at Vodafone
Ronna McDaniel Romney expected to be Trump's pick to run RNC
Ronna Romney McDaniel is expected to be President-elect Trump's selection for chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, according to two RNC sources with direct knowledge of the matter. Romney McDaniel, is the niece of 2012 nominee and Secretary of State shortlister Mitt Romney. Fox News reported last month that she was viewed as a potential consensus
Trump Met With Paul Ryan Today and Will Attend Rally for Louisiana Senate Candidate
Donald Trump will join Louisiana Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Kennedy at a midday get-out-the-vote rally in Baton Rouge. Louisiana is holding a runoff election on Saturday, Dec. 10, between Kennedy and Democrat Foster Campbell. Before Trump heads to Louisiana, he is holding meetings in New York. House Speaker Paul Ryan is convening with the president-elect
Sheep gets head stuck in traffic cone on Hertfordshire farm
A sheep had a traffic cone removed from its head after the RSPCA were called to reports that it was "trapped". The sheep was seen at the farm in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire on 4 December. Insp Rachel Smith said she had to sneak up on the ewe so she wasn't scared away. "I managed to grab the cone and she backed away from me so she popped right out," she said. The RSPCA
Brandon Jennings LeBron Wants To Punish Knicks ... But We Ain't Scared
Knicks guard Brandon Jennings says the team is fully aware LeBron James will try to punish the team for Phil Jackson's "posse" comment in Wednesday night's game -- but he has a message for the King to hear ... TMZ Sports spoke to Brandon ... whose Knicks are playing pretty well ... and asked him if the team is ready for a potentially angry LeBron to show up at Madison
Trump sits down with 'Fox News Sunday'
President-elect Donald Trump will sit down down exclusively with “Fox News Sunday” in his first Sunday show interview since winning the election. Host Chris Wallace will travel this weekend to New York City to speak with Trump about the transition, and then go on the road with the president-elect as the conversation continues on "Trump Force One." The interview
Lost Christmas parcels 'prompt two-and-a-half-hour hunt'
Online shoppers who have a problem with their delivery will have to spend an average of two-and-a-half hours sorting it out, Citizens Advice has warned. Last Christmas, consumers who were not compensated were out of pocket by an average of £30 a parcel due to damaged or lost goods, hours wasted and time away from work, it said. Up to 390 million parcels