A tax change from 1922 will be a key part of the 2019 election campaign. So how did we get negative gearing?
Australian shares ended the week lower on Friday, weighed by the major banks as the market struggled to rebound from a big sell-off on Monday.
When booking a service online, it's best to check the reviews. But what if the business you want to hire wrote rated their own service and wrote the reviews?
Network Ten has won an appeal against its free-to-air competitors meaning it will not have to sell a stake in its broadcast towers for $1 to Seven West Media and Nine Entertainment Co.
Almost one in three households report having problems with their solar panels but experiences are improving, a survey by Choice has found.
There are few sights more comforting to a weary traveller than boarding a flight to find the seat next to them empty.
Crown scored a major win in its battle to retain the much-vaunted views from Packer's dream Barangaroo casino development - it's worth a billion or two.
Sarah McNamara from the Australian energy council says energy retailers have come up with one part of a solution to help consumers get a better deal on their electricity bills.
The brief voyage by Richard Branson's venture marked the first human flight to the boundary of space by a commercial space operator.
CBA will let its customers use their iPhones to make tap-and-go purchases, joining ANZ as the second big four bank to launch Apple Pay.
The backers of the bid for pharmaceutical giant Sigma Healthcare are confident the competition regulator won't knock back their takeover offer for the second time.
The S&P 500 ended little changed after a volatile session on Thursday, as investors favored defensive sectors while the biggest drag came from financials and consumer discretionary stocks.
Apple plans to spend $US1 billion to build offices in Austin, Texas, for up to 15,000 workers.
The British pound rose on Thursday after Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no confidence vote from her party, but investors said gains could quickly evaporate if Britain's parliament remains deadlocked over Brexit.
Australian shares are trading lower through the middle of the day as the major banks extend their losses while Sigma Healthcare climbs more than 45 per cent.
Investors are starting to embrace the idea that the RBA will be forced to cut rates, not hike - with big implications for the Aussie dollar.
What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.
US stocks edged lower in volatile trading on Thursday, as a rally sparked by progress in US-China trade talks faded, with investors preferring defensive sectors such as real estate and utilities.
Jackson Racicot, 17, announced his resignation from Walmart in a way many disgruntled employees could only dream of.
Booodl, the retail app backed by James Packer, the head of UBS Australia Matthew Grounds, and Westfield Australiasia owner Scentre Group, has wound up its operations.
How the spy chiefs from the Five Eyes countries put their heads together and decided to get muscular with the telco, and, through it, China.
"I have accomplished my boyhood goal and provided for my family, but ... I am in the very fortunate position of being able to give back."
The nation's most powerful financial regulators are concerned some banks are being "overly cautious" in their new lending decisions.
Tigerair Australia pilots will take industrial action starting next Friday that could disrupt pre-Christmas travel plans for thousand of passengers, after negotiations over a new wage deal reached a deadlock.
The High Court has reinstated findings of misconduct against directors of a failed property group.
BHP, ExxonMobil and gas pipeliner Jemena have big plans to lift the east coast gas shortage and bring in years of new supply.
But many are tearing through their losses, setting Australia up for a multi-billion dollar windfall.
Australian shares closed higher for a third session in a row on Thursday, buoyed by gains from the major banks and miners.
Foxtel has been fined $25,200 for breaching laws that require telemarketers to end a call immediately when asked.
As the trade war drags on, China's government has pushed to create an industry that is less dependent on cutting-edge US semiconductors and software.
A Fitzroy cafe banning takeaway coffees is happy to risk losing customers just to make them slow down.
Employers should make space for bisexual employees in their diversity policies and training programs.