Returned lock Kane Douglas is confident he can prove his worth to Wallabies coach Michael Cheika in time for the World Cup.
Elizabeth Knight In the business world there is no more seasoned nor relentless campaigner than Andrew Forrest.
Elizabeth Knight Chinese state-owned enterprise Guangdong Rising Asset Management is cutting the PanAust board out of the equation and appealing directly to shareholders.
Elizabeth Knight There will be the inevitable claims of nepotism on Monday in response to Kerry Stokes' son Ryan taking over the reins of chief executive officer at Seven Group Holdings.
Elizabeth Knight Internet providers have finally been forced into action but it remains to be seen whether illegal downloaders will change their ways.
Elizabeth Knight This week's potential collapse of Atlas Iron, the fourth largest producer in Australia, has ruffled the sector's second-tier companies.
Elizabeth Knight If the RBA leaves rates on hold, the nation can blame Sydney's residential property buyers.
Elizabeth Knight In what equities popularity pageant would Myer win first prize, Metcash be the runner-up, followed by a list of finalists that include Fortescue, Flight Centre and Dick Smith?
Elizabeth Knight Governments have often been stuck in a time warp when Australian consumers are increasingly embracing new technology.
Elizabeth Knight Andrew Forrest's call for the big iron ore producers to cap production may have backfired, with the commodity's price falling to its lowest level since a daily tradeable market was established in...
Elizabeth Knight and Jared Lynch The entry of video-on-demand services into Australia could be the demise of free-to-air TV and a catastrophe for Foxtel.
Elizabeth Knight Andrew Forrest's suggestion of a cap on iron ore production when down like a lead balloon with Rod Sims.
Elizabeth Knight Mark McInnes describes the brands that make up the retail portfolio of Solomon Lew's Premier Investments as "the children".
Elizabeth Knight It's hard to know what upset analysts more: The fact that Myer's half-year earnings were wildly disappointing and that its full-year earnings will also plunge, or the feeling that they were given a...
Elizabeth Knight The latest bank scandal, involving high-flying IT executives allegedly involved in bribery and fraud, puts the spotlight on the industry's practices and how they might foster bad behaviour.
Elizabeth Knight Fortescue Metals founder Andrew Forrest's recently hatched plans to recalibrate its debt load have not gone according to the script.
Elizabeth Knight Picking a fight with Rupert Murdoch can be career suicide, so why has Malcolm Turnbull stepped into the ring?
Elizabeth Knight The Coalition's NBN case could be helped immeasurably by improvements in technology.
Elizabeth Knight In telecommunications land of the Telstra Goliath and its competitor Davids - the competition regulator crafted a masterful slingshot on Wednesday.
Elizabeth Knight While the $11 billion deal struck by Telstra with the National Broadband Network and the Federal Government will go down in history as one that reaches new heights in generosity, the ACCC could...
Elizabeth Knight Plans to partly privatise NSW's electricity network and defeat of a similar move in Queensland has exposed public disdain for "asset recycling."