Shares in troubled rare earths miner Lynas Corp dived on Tuesday after the company warned that the improvement in cashflow evident in the December quarter will not be sustained, amid renewed weakness in market prices and production glitches.
Seven West Media has continued to dominate free-to-air advertising revenues, despite the overall metropolitan market shrinking, official figures show.
By 2031 the ABS estimates there will be 3.2 million single households. The Abbott government should not forget singles as it embarks on tax reform.
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The Swiss National Bank made history when it ended a self-imposed cap, catching global investors by surprise and bankrupting hedge funds.
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Sydney-based technology start-up incubator BlueChilli has lured Deutsche Bank vice-chairman and Australian Broadcasting Corporation board member Steven Skala to be its new chairman, in a sign that the country's business elite are increasingly eager to jump on board a wave of disruptive tech players.
None of us wants a leader who runs around like a headless chicken.
The Australian dollar has bounced back to above US79c and Aussie shares are tipped to open stronger as iron ore slips to a five year low and financial markets adjust to the Greek election result and last week’s stimulus by the European Central Bank.
Hedge funds boosted bearish wagers on oil to a four-year high as US supplies grew the most since 2001.
GRIFFITH’S private hospital has received a funding boost that pushes the funds over the magic million dollar mark.
BARELLAN residents are fearful of further break-ins in their small town.