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A national garlic bread shortage sparked by a recall of the product by a major supplier is set to ease with the favourite side returning to some retailers.
Trevor Chappell Deputy, which has developed software to simplify workforce management, has received a $US25 million ($A33 million) funding boost from a US venture capital firm.
Petrina Berry Oroton has disappointed investors with a weak trading update on Friday, including a 10 per cent fall in like-for-like sales for the year to date.
Prashant Mehra Energy producer Santos has narrowly topped its guidance for output and sales for last year.
Alcoa's struggling Victorian aluminium smelter is set to fully reopen after the company inked a four-year power supply deal with AGL.
Trevor Chappell Australian investors spurned buying ahead of the inauguration of Donald Trump as US president.
Spending across the economy rose in December, with consumers and businesses starting to heal from the global geopolitical shocks of 2016, CBA says.
BHP Billiton has reached a preliminary agreement with Brazil's federal prosecutor on the timeline to settle a civil claim over the Samarco mine disaster.
Moody's has raised the credit rating of iron ore exporter Fortescue Metals one notch to 'Ba1', its second upgrade since August.
Dairy processor Bega Cheese has brought Vegemite back into Australian hands.
Petrina Berry Baby food maker Bellamy's Australia has urged shareholders to reject a move by its largest shareholder to shake up its board.
Economist says jobs growth last year was primarily for women and part-time positions, with most of the workforce wanting a full-time job or least more hours.
Simone Ziaziaris Dick Smith says he is delighted that Vegemite has returned to the Aussie hands of Bega Cheese and will consider selling his gluten free spread to the company.
Prashant Mehra South32 remains on track to hit full-year guidance despite a challenging quarter of lower production for several of its commodities.
Prashant Mehra Energy giant Woodside expects to produce between 84 to 90 Mboe this year, down from its full year production of 94.9 Mboe in 2016.
Investors have snapped up CSL shares after the blood products heavyweight upgraded its annual profit guidance, forecasting growth of between 18 and 20 per cent.
Multiple problems at Yowie Group's manufacturing operations adversely hit second quarter sales, but the company is still upbeat about the future.
Co-founder and chief executive of carsales.com Greg Roebuck will step down in March after 20 years with the company.
Trevor Chappell Vegemite can again call Australia home after Bega Cheese bought it from US-based Mondelez International in a $460 million basket of products.
Trevor Chappell Weakness from most of the big banks has offset much of the share market's early gains following an upbeat outlook on the US economy and a CSL profit upgrade.
Simone Ziaziaris Medicinal cannabis company Creso Pharma, which aims to launch two medicinal cannabis pet products by April, has been registered by the EU health authority.
Marty Silk Economists expect the number of Australians with a job rose again in December, but the jobless rate is tipped to have remained steady.
Prashant Mehra Ratings agency Standard & Poors has raised price targets on iron ore, zinc, and copper for 2017 and 2018.
Bellamy's says Kathmandu co-founder Jan Cameron and other directors involved with its biggest shareholder want to restructure the company's board.
Consumers' concerns about the 0.5 per cent fall in gross domestic product are keeping their confidence low, according to a new survey.
Rail freight operator Aurizon has reported slightly higher coal haulage volumes for the December quarter, while iron ore volumes have dipped slightly.
Australia's biggest airline, Qantas, has cancelled some flights after temporarily grounding 10 Bombardier Q400 planes.
Wesfarmers has upgraded its earnings forecast for its coal mining business following improved production and higher coal prices.
Trevor Chappell Falls by the big four banks have weighed on the share market as investors show concerns about US president-elect Donald Trump's policy plans.
A clean break from the EU is necessary for Britain according to PM Theresa May, who still wants access to free trade with EU nations.
Lilly Vitorovich Half of Australia's homes and businesses will have access to the national broadband network by June 30, the company in charge of the project says.
Lilly Vitorovich US mobile payments group Square has boosted its Australian offering, enabling businesses to process online transactions.
Trevor Chappell Large Australian companies are among those spending on artificial intelligence to boost revenue, a technology consultant says.
British American Tobacco and Reynolds American Inc will become the world's biggest tobacco company after BAT raised its takeover offer.
Simone Ziaziaris The company behind Wonder White and Helga's bread plans to close bakeries in WA and Queensland, potentially leaving more than 200 workers jobless.
New motor vehicle sales have risen slightly in December after November's 0.6 per cent drop, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Marty Silk Despite record low interest rates, first home buyers have slipped to just 8.7 per cent of total housing finance commitments, economists warn.
Mobile operator Vodafone has been hit with network dramas, only months after the carrier left customers without coverage for several hours in September.
Fortescue Metals has appointed Elizabeth Gaines, the former chief of travel group Helloworld, as its new chief financial officer.
Consumers are more downbeat about their own finances, but confidence levels are still high., according to an ANZ-Roy Morgan survey.
Prashant Mehra Rio Tinto has maintained its 2017 iron ore production target, but a wide guidance range for copper indicates uncertainty ahead for that key division.
Petrina Berry The share market has lost ground as investors play it safe ahead of major political events in the US and Europe.
Trevor Chappell Road and bridge building is set to surge in 2017, but heavy industrial construction is set to contract, says market researcher IBISWorld.
Tesco executive Claire Peters has been appointed the new boss of Woolworths Supermarkets from July 1.
Simone Ziaziaris NAB is increasing a range of its fixed home loan rates only weeks after rival banks Commonwealth Bank, Westpac and ANZ raised their equivalent rates.
Trevor Chappell Drone developer IOT Group says its ROVA flying selfie camera has generated highly favourable customer reaction.
Shares in liver cancer biotech Sirtex leaped 1.52 per cent and then slipped 0.57 per cent into the red before closing lower at $15.82.
The only capital city to experience a rise in home prices last week was Melbourne, despite the number of listings falling 4.1 per cent nationally.
Fitch says Australian banks' strong asset quality, profitability and capitalisation could be weakened if China's growth slowed more than expected.
DUET Group's shareholders will vote on a $7.3 billion takeover bid from Hong Kong investor Cheung Kong Infrastructure in April.
Regis Resources' second-quarter gold output puts it within the upper half of its 2017 financial year guidance and it expects that rate of output to continue.