Australia's new five dollar note will feature native wattle, and could be in your wallet in less than seven months.
Mark Mulligan Australia's labour market is not expanding as quickly as official figures suggest, according to HSBC, but jobs growth in service industries is more than compensating for the the mining downturn.
Twitter's results kind of sucked, but the way they were presented didn't.
Peter Martin, Gareth Hutchens The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of tax changes in an exercise the head of the Treasury says shouldn't be taken too literally.
Peter Martin Now that a GST rise is off the table, expect state governments to do the tax reform that the Federal Government won’t.
James Saft Faced with competing wisdoms - "Stocks are on sale!" or "Never try to catch a falling knife" - investors probably ought to keep their hands in their pockets.
Candice Zachariahs Australian bonds are having their best start to a year since the economy was last in recession as concerns about Chinese currency devaluations, banking stability and a US economic slowdown drive investors to the safest assets.
Simon Evans Vacuum cleaner group Godfreys is on the front foot to try and make sure it doesn't miss the next big trend after the shift to stick vacuum cleaners sent its profits sliding.
Mark Mulligan The Australian dollar was back around US71¢ on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve failed to reassure markets that it was on track to deliver as many as four interest rate rises this year.
John McDuling A renowned US investor who successfully sidestepped the dot com crash at the turn of the millennium has moved to downplay fears over a collapse in tech stocks.
A 62-YEAR-OLD Bemboka man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to ordering a hit on a teenage girl he also ...