The tax revenue wars have begun - and Australia may join the fight soon.
Andrea Navarro The chairman of Mexico's largest petrochemical company is telling the firebrand presidential candidate America deserves better than the fear and divisiveness he has been peddling to voters.
Alex Webb and Adam Satariano The days when big multnationals could easily slice tax bills in Europe are coming to an end. The EU tax ruling will not only affect Apple, but the likes of Amazon, Google and McDonald's as well.
Colin Kruger One year ago, the surfer dudes who founded SurfStitch, sold a small stake in the surfwear retailer for $27 million - for a few million more they could now buy back what remains.
Angus Nicholson The ASX could be in for a tough day after a poor lead from US markets while the weakening of commodity prices hit the Australian dollar.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons The best feature on the new $5 note out this week is barely bigger than a chocolate sprinkle and it's designed to be felt rather than seen.
Carolyn Cummins GDI Property is looking to raise more than $300 million through the sale of two key office assets as its undertake a review of its portfolio.
Simon Johanson The owners of the Preston Market will move ahead with a $4 million revamp of the popular food halls despite opposition from local residents and traders.
Simon Johanson Singapore-listed restaurant operator ABR Holdings has pulled the plug on a $20 million deal to develop a former insulator factory in Yarraville in Melbourne's west.
John Collett The Turnbull government's plans to rein in the super tax breaks going to the well-off are modest and fair.