New bid for Hunter Hall comes with catch

Hunter Hall founder Peter Hall decided in late December to quit the company and sell his controlling 44 per cent ...

The jockeying for control of Hunter Hall is entering the final stretch with one of the bidders raising its bid for the company for the third time – but only until Monday evening

Can Bligh win where bank bosses failed?

Relations between the government and the banking sector plummeted on Friday when former Queensland Labor premier Anna ...

First Super has written to four fund managers that it invests members' money in questioning the Domino's business model after the recent Fairfax investigation into the pizza giant.

ANZ profit soars to $2b as it reins in costs, bad debts

ANZ Bank delivered first-quarter cash earnings of $2 billion.

ANZ Banking Group chief Shayne Elliott says his overhaul of the business is starting to pay off, after a strong first quarter in which profits rebounded by nearly a third to $2 billion compared with a weak period last year.

Bendigo shares fall on the back of flat result

The bank said the May and August cash rate reductions, as well as the need to have extra liquidity for the Keystart ...

​Bendigo and Adelaide Bank shares fell almost 5 per cent on Monday after the lender posted a relatively flat half-year result amid funding challenges and intense competition in the sector.

It's what they wanted, but it hurts

RBA governor Phil Lowe is unhappy with the prospect of continued low wages growth.

Low wage growth is what the Coalition wanted. Within weeks of being sworn in as employment minister in 2013 Eric Abetz warned "weak-kneed employers" not to cave in to unreasonable demands.

Fairfax confirms Domain spin-off as profits rise

Where's all the informative news gone?

The results come as Fairfax prepares to separate its real estate classified site Domain and list it separately on the stock exchange. Fairfax is expected to keep a controlling stake - up to 70 per cent - which would ensure it captures the profits if earnings continue to increase at the same pace.

Pot stocks rocket higher

Boris Trajkov has been charged with cultivating a commercial quantity of cannabis.

Medicinal marijuana stocks soared after the Federal Government pledged to loosen importation laws in a bid to boost supply for patients.

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