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10:19am Accountancy association CPA Australia has parted ways with high-profile CEO Alex Malley after weeks of controversy.
Christian Edwards 3:33am A creditors-only meeting of the Ten Network to be held in Sydney next week has already attracted stakeholder criticism amid fears for the broadcaster's future.
Prashant Mehra 4:02pm Qantas sees massive opportunity in China but says it will not ignore growth in some other important markets like Japan and US.
Trevor Chappell The 2017/18 season should be better for dairy farmers in the wake of improved trading and seasonal conditions, says Rabobank.
Peter Trute Weak wind conditions are expected to cut wind farm operator Infigen's underlying earnings by up to $11 million, the company has warned.
Prashant Mehra Building products supplier CSR expects its energy costs to jump over the next 12 months and has warned manufacturers are at risk unless prices fall.
Stuart Condie Banking analysts say big banks could respond to the South Australian bank tax by hitting local borrowers in the pocket with mortgage rate rises.
Christian Edwards Ardent Leisure says it expects full-year core earnings to be between $73m and $75m and has announced a lower full-year distribution of just three cents.
Stuart Condie National Australia Bank has followed its peers by raising its variable rates for interest-only mortgages to stay within APRA limits.
Alexander Cornwell Abu Dhabi-based carrier Etihad Airways says it will open its lounges to economy class passengers for a fee as it joins rivals in seeking ways to lift revenue.
State-owned Qatar Airways has made an unsolicited bid to buy a 10 per cent stake in American Airlines, but the move is subject to US antitrust oversight.
Bega Cheese is launching a $160 million capital raising - with $122.5 million of it as an institutional placement - as it targets further growth.
Christian Edwards Australian stocks have continued climbing from a midweek dive, closing higher, with major banks weighing on the recovery.
Peter Trute Australia's banking lobby is demanding assurance other states and territories won't copy South Australia's surprise state-based bank levy.
Stuart Condie Fairfax Media investor Alex Waislitz says recent private equity takeover bids undervalue the media company, and that Domain divestment is the way forward.
Simone Ziaziaris Start-up companies are to be banned from making multiple crowd-source funding efforts to grow their businesses.
Christian Edwards CIMIC and its partners will deliver Sydney's new twin-tunnel rail line under the harbour, part of the NSW government's $20.8 billion Sydney Metro project.
Prashant Mehra Fuel retailer Caltex expects half-year replacement cost operating profit to rise more than 20 per cent following strong margins at its Brisbane refinery.
Simone Ziaziaris The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says it will not oppose Cabcharge Australia buying Yellow Cabs in Queensland.
Stuart Condie Dairy co-operative Murray Goulburn has raised its opening farmgate milk price by about 10 per cent and lifted the higher end of its full-year forecast.
Prashant Mehra Iluka Resources will place a mineral separation plant in Victoria on care and maintenance status but plans to restart mining in South Australia.
Christian Edwards The share market has bounced back from its worst session of the year.
Christian Edwards Ten Network's administrator will start canvassing buyers or investors for the troubled broadcaster, with official ads to be published nationally on Thursday.
Simone Ziaziaris House prices are predicted to fall from next year as government policy changes reduce the influence of foreign and domestic investors.
Prashant Mehra Local energy stocks have slid to their lowest levels in several months on renewed fears of weakness in the global oil market.
Simone Ziaziaris Furniture and homewares retailer Temple & Webster has forecast a significantly reduced annual earnings loss and says its first profit is within reach.
Trevor Chappell Shares in Retail Food Group, the owner of Donut King and Gloria Jean's, have fallen sharply after the company downgraded its profit growth expectations.
Trevor Chappell An Australian-developed device using artificial intelligence to detect and diagnose infectious diseases is set for its first hospital trial.
Stuart Condie QBE has flagged higher-than-expected claims from its emerging markets division, including weather-related claims in Latin America.
Simone Ziaziaris Power company AGL has appointed Graeme Hunt as chairman to succeed Jerry Maycock following the company's annual general meeting in September.
Simone Ziaziaris Yowie Group now expects only 55 per cent sales lift this year, its third cut in four months, and down from 70 per cent in April, and before that 85-90 per cent.
Gas transmission major APA Group will spend $180 million to build a gas transmission pipeline and a 45 MW gas fired power station in WA.
Prashant Mehra John Varley has stepped down from the board of Rio Tinto after being charged by British regulators in a fraud case related to his tenure as CEO of Barclays.
Prashant Mehra Rio Tinto has reaffirmed the sale of its NSW coal operations to Yancoal, choosing it over a late bid from commodities giant Glencore.
Trevor Chappell The share market's worst session of 2017 has taken the main indices back below where they were at the start of the year.
US current account deficit grew to $A153.3 billion in first quarter, highest level in a year.
Barclays and four former executives have been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud by the UK's Serious Fraud Office.
Westpac has increased incentives for customers to shift away from interest-only mortgages by cutting some variable rates and raising others.
Peter Trute Signs of strength in some parts of the non-mining economy and patches of improvement in employment weren't enough to push the RBA to hike rates in June.
Prashant Mehra The NSW government has flagged cloudy growth outlooks in its biggest revenue earners as key risks to its budget estimates.
Prashant Mehra Strong Sydney property prices will deliver another surplus for NSW in 2017/18 but the state is forecasting the housing market to moderate in coming years.
Melissa Jenkins The number of home owners behind on their mortgage repayments is growing, and S&P Global Ratings says rising interest rates are playing a part.
Simone Ziaziaris Home prices rose by an average 10.2 per cent in the year to March 2017, with Sydney recording the highest growth, at 14.4 per cent, new statistics show.
Christian Edwards The way the Big Four dominate Australian banking is almost over, a new report on the evolution of global banking suggests.
Stuart Condie Shares in Commonwealth, ANZ, NAB and Westpac are all lower after a Moody's downgrade due to high levels of household debt stemming from spiralling house prices.
Melissa Jenkins Law firm Slater and Gordon says it will defend a class action brought against it by one of its shareholders over claims it made misleading financial statements.
Simone Ziaziaris A wide strategic review of troubled retailer Oroton, could see the brand sold, refinanced or recapitalised, the company says.
Prashant Mehra APA Group will consider building a new gas pipeline after signing an initial agreement with Blue Energy to transport its gas resources.
Christian Edwards Tabcorp expects its $11 billion merger with Tatts Group to drive earnings after 12 months of full integration, projected to begin in August.
Simone Ziaziaris The Australian share market has been dragged lower in early trade with energy stocks weighing following a more-than-one-per cent fall in oil prices.
Simone Ziaziaris Analysts at Citi say Amazon will be "unlikely" to replicate its surprise $18 billion Whole Foods acquisition in Australia.
Trevor Chappell Australian wine supplier Treasury Wine Estates is seeking a bigger share of the market in China by adding French wine to its Australian and US offerings.