If Turnbull wants to really unleash Australia's potential, he should hire Martin Parkinson.
Gareth Hutchens The high Australian dollar could soon find some relief, with signs emerging that Japanese investors are starting to cool their interest in the currency widely regarded around the world as a safe...
Gareth Hutchens Insurance losses are expected to rise into the hundreds of millions of dollars in coming weeks as floods start to peak across Queensland and New South Wales.
Gareth Hutchens Investors are unlikely to be caught off-guard by too many negative profit results this season.
Gareth Hutchens Australian shares continue their strong rally thanks to solid US and Chinese manufacturing data.
Gareth Hutchens Australian shares closed the week near a 20-month high, buoyed by resurgent mining stocks.
Gareth Hutchens and John Garnaut China's growth accelerates, confirming the ongoing recovery of Australia's most important trading partner.
Gareth Hutchens Nearly 1200 jobs have been axed in recent days as some of Australia's best-known companies adjust to the weakening economy.
Glenda Kwek and Gareth Hutchens A softer job market and a drop in housing loans point to a softening economy, analysts say.
Gareth Hutchens Profit at listed investment fund Mirrabooka fell 9 per cent in the latest half-year.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket is expected to open slightly higher on Monday, helping to keep it near 4700 points.
Gareth Hutchens The majority of Australians believe insurance companies try to unfairly avoid paying out after natural disasters.
Gareth Hutchens The industry is acting like a herd, with everyone building portfolios to track the market.
Gareth Hutchens THE Australian Securities Exchange has begun releasing weekly data showing the value of all ''dark'' trading on the local market.
Gareth Hutchens Only three out of 23 forecasters thought the government could deliver a surplus.
Gareth Hutchens Global sharemarkets have recently begun to witness a new form of adverse selection.
Gareth Hutchens Only four of our panel are forecasting a dollar below US100¢ by year's end.
Gareth Hutchens Australia's prudential and corporate regulators will develop plans to regulate shadow banking industry.
Gareth Hutchens Australian shares closed nearly 1 per cent higher for the week, despite news that US House Republican leaders had walked away from their Plan B compromise for the country's fiscal cliff negotiations.
Colin Kruger and Gareth Hutchens The latest Federal Court ruling keeps the rescue of Nine Entertainment on track.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket closed at its highest for the year thanks to some end-of-year housekeeping.