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Justin Loiseau

Justin Loiseau hails from the great united state of North Carolina, where he started his first business at the ripe age of five: melting crayons into candles. With the infamous Crayola Crash of 1994, Justin moved on to study economics and environmental studies as a Morehead-Cain Scholar at the University of North Carolina. He has worked in a variety of sectors across the globe, from management consulting to the United Nations, and once spent three months examining invasive snails in Vietnam. Justin discovered The Motley Fool in 2012 and it’s been love ever since. Creativity, contrarianism, kerfuffling… what more could one want? When he’s not playing the Fool, you can find Justin at the University of Auckland, where he is pursuing a Masters in Economics as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar. Justin finds biogas digesters fascinating and can unicycle a mile in seven minutes.

The strategy that just might save print media

Fairfax and APN are in talks to partner up on newspaper printing. More »

Boral and USG team up for $1.1 billion 12-country joint venture

The ceiling and plasterboard business will pull synergies from both corporations. More »

Fish and chips with no chips?

Pricey potatoes point to tough times ahead. More »

Is big retail to blame for last week’s fuel tanker tragedy?

After a crash, a safety audit has effectively grounded a large portion of eastern Australia's fuel supply. More »

Optus snags $60 million Virgin deal

Optus can offer Virgin customers a "one-stop-shop" customer experience. More »

Australia’s biggest oil and gas project gets a $5 billion makeover

Woodside Petroleum investors have reason to celebrate. More »

Woolworths goes local – and it pays off up to 124%

Woolworths took a leap of faith to go local – and it's worked. More »

Linc Energy to exit ASX for SGX

CEO frustrated with Australia's institutional investors. More »

Telstra tops $100 million in healthcare investments

The communications giant has acquired a 50% stake in a health care IT business. More »

One growing threat to Qantas

Cathay Pacific is ramping up Australia flights. More »

Qantas signs $4.3 million tourism deal with Tasmania

The airline plans to put the island on top of tourists' "must visit" list. More »

Ansell acquires Korean glove manufacturer for $41 million

The new purchase will expand Ansell's growth and development opportunities. More »

Aussies spend $100 per week on fuel and energy

Queenslanders pay the least, NT residents pay the most. More »

SKILLED Group snags $200 million LNG contract

SKILLED expects to put staff on the ground before FY 2015. More »