Only days after the Australian dollar plunged to new lows, distributors have started to roll out prices in a move that could impact the specialist channel. The prices come as both the dollar and Australian shares rise in early trading.
Consumer electronic and PC technology companies could be facing a shortage of stock running into the peak Xmas buying period because global shipping is grinding to a halt because of the refusal of banks to issue letters of credit.
The number of paying users visiting online video download sites has grown tremendously in the last year with Australian users seemingly addicted to downloading televisions shows after they air in the US.
It's no secret that Australian businesses and individuals consume vast quantities of water. The protracted drought means prices of the valuable commodity are set to increase, but by how much? A new report suggests it should double in cost.
A spam email circulating the globe has been identified as an attempt to inflate share prices by encouraging recipients to buy shares in a little-known website company that sells new and used motor vehicles.
COMMENT: There are A grade celebrity launches and C grade celebrity launches but the event held last night in Sydney for the new LG Scarlet LCD TV was definitely a C grade rent a crowd launch attended by B grade celebrities and those paid to attend which included actress Natassia Malthe who is best known for her appearances in B grade movie flicks such as Sex & Death, Blood Suckers, and Alone in The Dark.