The competition watchdog has launched court action against the nation's biggest milk processor Murray Goulburn, claiming it misled farmers and treated them unfairly.
Corporate bosses push back against moves to protect employees taking their complaints public.
The big four banks are still offering investor loans at a significant discount to a year ago.
Australia's biggest bank has hiked fixed interest rates on investor and interest-only home loans.
The National Australia Bank's customer relations boss has brushed aside concerns about his handling of problems inside the bank.
Insurance companies are exploiting an exemption to unfair contract rules and hiding behind complex product disclosure documents, consumer advocates say.
Woolworths' disastrous foray into hardware continues to haunt the retail giant after law firm Maurice Blackburn revealed plans for a $100 million class action.
The banking lobby has joined calls for the government to examine tax incentives for property investors.
Will the latest efforts to cool the housing market address financial stability concerns or slow investor lending? Analysts don't think so.
Ex-CBA chairman says breaks for property investors such as negative gearing need to be addressed to cool down the housing market.