Alcoa's Portland's aluminium smelter has all but struck a generous new electricity supply deal with AGL, ensuring the troubled plant is likely to stay open.
Jane Lee A chief financial officer has been fined $2000 and ordered to do 80 hours of unpaid community work for skipping jury duty, narrowly avoiding jail time.
Brian Robins Details of the report that led to the axing of Sirtex chief executive Gilman Wong late last week are expected to be forwarded to ASIC in the next few days.
Jens Meyer The Aussie has been a surprise outperformer this year, but the still "cheap" currency is unlikely to rise to levels that would worry the RBA.
Mathew Dunckley Nine in 10 consumers, or 16.7 million Australians, read news media in November 2016, the latest emmaTM (Enhanced Media Metrics Australia) data* released today has shown.
Brian Robins When it comes to the all-important China market, the shadow of government regulation looms large.
Jessica Irvine Where does the time go? This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the onset of the global financial crisis.
Patrick Hatch Australians holidaymakers are starting the year with news to make an overseas trip harder to resist.
Lucy Battersby In the last weeks of 2016, News Corporation got a nod of approval from the competition regulator to purchase a company that publishes 72 newspapers around Queensland and northern New South Wales.
Brian Robins Shares in troubled infant milk formula group Bellamy's fell for a third straight day Friday with investor sentiment soured by the difficulties seen in reviving its fortunes.