Telstra has decided to ice its plans to develop a $950 million-plus office tower at 288 Exhibition Street, Melbourne.
Sarah Danckert A former director of subprime lender Provident Capital, which collapsed in 2012 owing thousands of investors $130 million, has been banned from working the financial services industry for two years after being caught providing faulty reports to a subsidiary of embattled financial services giant IOOF.
Rose Powell The Australian sharemarket ended the week as it began - with a broad-based sell-off that was sparked by worries around an escalation in the Greek debt crisis ahead of a key referendum.
Carolyn Cummins The sophisticated sister of fast-fashion Swedish retailer H&M, COS, (Collection of Style), has arrived in Sydney, snapping up a lease in the former Commonwealth Bank "money box" chamber, as part of the new-look 5 Martin Place development.
Rose Powell Global markets may have recovered from an onslaught of Greece-sparked volatility this week, but Sunday's referendum will plunge investors back into uncertainty.
Peter Hannam Australia's drought-hit regions are expanding in the lower Murray-Darling Basin as key climate influences in the Indian and Pacific oceans tilt towards drier conditions.
David Potts With one week to go anything can happen in our shares race and, from my perspective down here next to the dartboard, here's hoping.
David Wilson Research suggests early risers earn more. What's their secret?
John Collett The start of a new financial year is a good time to review your financial affairs, especially if they're keeping you awake at night, writes John Collett.
David Potts Greece grabs the headlines, but let's not forget that China has a debt problem too. Quite a big one.