This week on the podcast we see Lion become the victim of a cyber attack and new laws for online alcohol delivery could change the status quo.
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- Cyber attack hits Lion
- Broo asked to explain share price spike
- Large brewers call for excise freeze not ‘distortionary handouts’
- GABS announces new dates
- Amazon Australia launches alcohol platform
- New online booze laws to thwart delivery cowboys
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