Trading hours reforms are "farcical", will cost jobs in regional areas and result in almost no extra trading opportunities for major retailers, a peak retail association has argued.
Mathew Dunckley Seven Group Holdings' shareholders have ignored writedowns in its struggling TV arm to push the company's share price up sharply as it flagged strong growth from mining services and announced the sale of its WesTrac business in China.
Patrick Hatch An extra half a million international travellers in the first half of 2017 have helped Sydney Airport remain airborne amid weak growth in domestic passengers.
Darren Gray BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie has admitted the miner's entry into the onshore US shale industry was poorly timed and it "paid too much" as it revealed plans to sell the controversial assets.
Clancy Yeates Will the housing construction boom be followed by a bust, as is often the case?
Caitlin Fitzsimmons There are few workplace trends more likely to set hackles rising than hot-desking.
Marcus Padley The P/E ratio appears to allow you to compare how expensive companies are relative to each other but it doesn't take account of earnings growth.
Mathew Dunckley Murray Goulburn has slumped to a $371 million headline loss amid a revenue decline and flagged the prospect of asset sales or even a takeover from an ongoing strategic review.
Lucy Cormack In just one day Olimpia bought almost 20 iTunes gift cards worth more than $1800, and all to pay for an NBN connection.
Chris Weston BHP leads the way as reporting season rolls on while it was a steady night on overseas markets, with Wall Street closing marginally higher.