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Elizabeth Knight Over the past 12 months, Australian department stores would have forgone about $1 billion in sales compared to where they would have been if they were growing at the rate of the rest of the retail...
Elizabeth Knight Those advocating placing regulations on lending to the housing market received some ammunition on Tuesday from the Reserve Bank latest stats showing stronger growth in lending to buy investment...
Elizabeth Knight Treasury Wine Estates has a mighty peculiar way of conducting the sale of its business.
Elizabeth Knight Treasury Wine Estates has a mighty peculiar way of conducting the sale of its business. It indicated in August that the company was effectively on the market at $5.
Elizabeth Knight What started as a balance-sheet war between Qantas and Virgin using capacity for ammunition may have entered a ceasefire, but the battle for a share of the business and government markets continues.
Elizabeth Knight Applying the broadest of brushes, the big winners from Monday's draft review of Australia's competition law and policy is small business and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Elizabeth Knight The $754 million equity raising by iron ore and steel group, Arrium is being hailed by some as prudent and by others as desperate. The truth lies somewhere in between.
Elizabeth Knight The Myer department store group should be re-tagged Fortress Myer. It's an organisation getting itself battle-ready.
Elizabeth Knight Apple's iPhone 6, 6+ and Apple Watch, despite share price fluctuations at their release, will be a shot in the arm for Apple and the retailers that will sell them.
Elizabeth Knight There is no doubt that the prospect of the NSW and federal governments having to top up funding to the Asbestos Injuries Compensation Fund because James Hardie's contribution may fall short in the...
Elizabeth Knight One of the world's largest investors in mining stocks, BlackRock, has been out and about over the past week issuing warnings to the major resource companies.
Elizabeth Knight Australia Post chief executive, Ahmed Fahour, laid his cards on the table yesterday with the release of the company's 2014 full year result.
Elizabeth Knight Unless the regulatory shackles are lifted on the timing and pricing of the delivery of letters, Australia Post will continue to decline financially.
Elizabeth Knight With less than a week until the launch of the iPhone 6 the buzz around Apple has reached fever pitch.
Elizabeth Knight At last one of history's most idiotic pieces of legislation, the Minerals Resource Rent Tax, has found a use.
Elizabeth Knight Are the chief executives of Australia’s listed companies turning into a bunch of crowd-pleasers, bowing to shareholders' desire for higher dividends and to engage in share buybacks?
Elizabeth Knight The full extent of the financial injury sustained from the capacity/fare war that has raged for two years in the Australian domestic aviation market was laid bare this week when both Qantas and...
Elizabeth Knight Air New Zealand's outstanding profit result on Wednesday was just the curtain-raiser Qantas didn't need.
Elizabeth Knight The big four Australian trading banks need to tread very carefully in their response to David Murray's Financial System Services Inquiry.
Elizabeth Knight Over the past five years billions of dollars have been spent by Australia's big four banks on IT - ostensibly as a way of getting an edge on improving customer satisfaction, ultimately leading to...