The laptop's days as the flyer's weapon of choice look just about over.
Malcolm Maiden The Reserve Bank is still on hold, but its latest statement hints that the cycle of rate cuts it initiated almost four years ago might be over.
Malcolm Maiden The Reserve Bank has left its cash rate at 2 per cent again, but concerns on one front that would argue for another cut appear to have eased.
Malcolm Maiden This is a story about missed opportunity: how most of Australia's big companies saw the Australian dollar lift their international purchasing power to unprecedented highs, and didn't do anything...
Malcolm Maiden NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn confirmed that big bank information technology platforms aren't equal yesterday.
Malcolm Maiden Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen and her colleagues on the Fed's rate-setting committee kept the markets guessing on Thursday morning.
Malcolm Maiden After falling 8.5 per cent on Monday China's sharemarket whip-sawed its way to a less startling 1.7 per cent fall on Tuesday, but don't get stuck on the numbers.
Malcolm Maiden Is the massive, late crash in domestic Chinese share prices the start of something bigger and even more disturbing?
Malcolm Maiden A weaker than expected response to low interest rates and a lower Australian dollar, plus continued weakness in metal and energy prices have produced much heavier downgrades of expected ASX 200...
Malcolm Maiden Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens posed an important question at Adrian Blundell-Wignall's Anika Foundation July lunch.
Malcolm Maiden China's sharemarket has stabilised, and Greece is making progress towards a bailout that won't save it but will buy it more time. What's a market pessimist to do? Search for new icebergs, of course.
Malcolm Maiden BHP Billiton is big enough to take a $US2.8 billion ($3.7 billion) pre-tax writedown of the value of its oil shale assets in the United States in its stride.
Malcolm Maiden The thing that is missing from the bailout deal that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has to steer through Parliament is debt forgiveness.
Malcolm Maiden Is this it? Nope, the road from here is long and difficult.
Malcolm Maiden China's government has been attempting a delicate balancing act since the middle of last year. This month, it fell off the wire.
Malcolm Maiden We can all agree that financial market benchmarks are worthy of thorough examination for rigging.
Malcolm Maiden It should have taken the Reserve Bank only half an hour this morning to decide the cash rate should be held at 2 per cent for another month.
Malcolm Maiden Not even the Greeks know for sure what they voted against on Sunday.
Malcolm Maiden Nobody knows what Greece's no vote and the China's sharemarket will lead to – which is why everybody's selling.
Malcolm Maiden It is hardly surprising that the first rush of excitement about the the Asciano port and rail group receiving an $8.
Malcolm Maiden Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' decision to ask voters next Sunday whether the bailout offer from Europe should be accepted was as much about avoiding strife in his party, as it was about giving...