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AMP to lose 370,000 low-balance super accounts to the Australian Tax Office.
People putting off elective surgery was the surprising driver behind another earnings upgrade from NIB.
Australian logistics giant Brambles has spent $15 million on more pallets for retailers stockpiling food, drinks and other inventory amid Brexit uncertainty.
The Electoral Commission is relying on voters to dob in illegal election ads appearing in social media because it is not able to monitor individual news feeds.
Positive comments from Xi Jinping have lifted investor hopes for talks with American representatives.
The S&P/ASX 200 closed at 6089, the highest value in seven sessions. Bingo Industries was slashed with a 50 pc drop.
Westpac appears to be weathering weak conditions in retail banking better than smaller rivals, notching up $2.04 billion in cash earnings in the latest quarter.
Australian shares kicked the week off higher, as positive trade headlines offset some weaker earnings and profit downgrades.
A worker was allegedly threatened with the sack after asking for compassionate leave to attend his father-in-law's funeral.
Mattel showcases its best toys before New York Toy Fair as its shares drop on sales forecast.
Shares in LandMark White have plummeted 10.6 per cent after the valuer resumed trading following a massive data breach.
Listed real estate agency McGrath has flagged ongoing tough property market conditions in the short term, hampered by the upcoming NSW and federal elections.
Netwealth sees growth opportunities ahead as a result of the findings of the Banking Royal Commission.
NBN Co chief executive has defended the wholesale prices it charges internet providers and talked up his relationships with retailers amid heavy criticism from Telstra.
Shares in Bingo crashed 40 per cent after the company revealed the impact of a "faster than expected" slowdown across the Melbourne and Sydney construction markets.
The world's second-richest man gives his ideas on how to tax those with 'big fortunes'.
Pressure is now on Coles and Aldi to follow Woolworths' move.
Soft drink giant Coca-Cola Amatil has written down the value of its SPC canned fruit and vegetable operations to zero, reflecting the slim sale price it expects to receive if it offloads the business.
NIB Holdings has lifted its full-year earnings guidance for the second time in four months as it reported a 5 per cent lift in net profit to $74.5 million for the December half year.
Even as a businessman, in the face of obvious failure, Trump never admitted to coming off second best.
Bill Gates says it's appropriate for the wealthy to pay more taxes, and he thinks he knows the way to do it.
It's been a rough few weeks for the world's wealthiest man, but investors are keeping the faith.
AMP said its operating earnings would face a hit based on its assessment of the government's bill to protect customers' investments in superannuation funds.
What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.
Retailers and top fashion brands like keep apologising for products that smack of racial insensitivity. The big question is: Why does it keep happening?
Electricity retailers face new rules designed to stop them from hitting households with unexpected 'sneaky' late payment fees on their power bills.
Rugby union's status as a top-tier TV sport in Australia is about to be tested.
Australia’s biggest broadcasters have called on the competition regulator to provide tax breaks for newsrooms.
Investors in BHP will be watching closely this week to see if the miner unveils a bigger interim dividend than 12 months ago.
Labor's small business access to justice measures are set to pass parliament allowing small business to more easily access legal action.
Australians will spend thousands to get their most intimate moments on camera.