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New homes sales decline by more than expected
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New homes sales decline by more than expected

New home sales came in lowerthan expected at 593,000for the month of September according to the Census Bureau. Analysts had projected new home sales to decrease by 1.0% from the prior month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 600,000. ... Business Insider, 13 hours ago
Here come new home sales... Business Insider Australia, 13 hours ago
New Home Sales September 2016 Active Rain, 5 hours ago

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New Home Sales Rise, and Prices Rocketed Higher in September

Source: ThinkstockThe U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development reported Wednesday morning that sales of new homes in September rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 593,000, an increase of 3.1% above the revised ...
 24/7 Wall St12 hours ago

Government looks to claw back #CensusFail compo

External Link Live stream of Senate Estimates hearing into census IBM director Kerry Purcell and Australian Bureau of Statistics boss David Kalisch have both apologised for August's embarrassing census stuff-up, as they face a grilling at ...
 ABC Online1 day ago IBM apologises for ABS e-census bungle  Oman Observer1 day ago IBM apologises for Australian bungle  IT Web1 day ago IBM to compensate Australian Government for cyber-attack on census  DisruptiveViews1 day ago

No one disciplined at IBM over census fail

A former Australian Bureau of Statistics boss has criticised the organisation over the
 Herald Sun1 day ago IBM messes up Census but no one's sacked  Northern Territory News1 day ago Former ABS boss criticises census fail  Northern Territory News2 days ago No one sacked at IBM over census outage  NineMSN Finance1 day ago
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Geoblocking wasn't enough to secure Census: MacGibbon

The Prime Minister's top cyber security adviser, Alastair MacGibbon, says IBM and the Australian Bureau of Statistics should never have relied on geoblocking to defend the 2016 Census against DDoS attacks. Relying solely on it was clearly a ...
 IT News Australia1 day ago Adviser calls Census site shutdown 'predictable'  MSN Australia1 day ago ABS says census went swimmmingly, but cybersecurity tsar begs to differ  Crikey Media1 day ago IBM staff avoid sacking or any discipline over Census failure  ZDNet1 day ago

IBM in Settlement Talks With Australia Over Botched Online Census -- Update

The Australian Bureau of Statistics paid IBM 9.7 million Australian dollars (US$7.4 million) to oversee technical preparations and software used for the census, which was knocked offline for 40 hours on Aug. 9 following a series of small-scale ...
 Morningstar.com1 day ago IBM in Talks With Australia On Settlement Over Bungled Census  Nasdaq2 days ago IBM admits Australian census fail could have been solved by oldest IT trick in the book  International Business Times UK1 day ago Australia's botched online census to cost taxpayers more than 23 million USD week ago

A Better Economy for All Generations

The recent Census Bureau report on income and poverty contained encouraging news for people of all ages: Incomes rose and poverty declined for all generations between 2014 and 2015, improvements of a magnitude we have not seen in decades. The ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago

Census attacks 'eminently predictable', says PM's cyber security adviser

Alastair MacGibbon tells Senate inquiry distributed denial of service attacks should have been expected by the Burea of Statistics and IBM The attacks on the 2016 online census were eminently predictable and should have been prevented, the special ...
 The Guardian1 day ago International Business Machines : Census attacks 'eminently predictable', says PM's cyber security adviser  4 Traders1 day ago

Census Bureau fraud still running rampant after probe

A whistleblower is about to turn on the Census Bureau. A few years back, I broke the story that there had been of the Census Bureau. There was an investigation by the inspector general (IG) of the Commerce Department, which runs Census. And there ...
 New York Post1 day ago

Census ads made me cringe, former Australian Bureau of Statistics chief says

Bill McLennan says public relations campaign failed to assuage voters privacy concerns and he cringed when he saw the skit they put on TV to get message across Australia's former head statistician says he cringed when he saw the Bureau of Statistics ...
 The Guardian1 day ago Former chief hits out at ABS' census fail  World News Australia2 days ago Former chief hits out at ABS census fail  Daily Telegraph Australia2 days ago
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