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Matt O'Sullivan Qantas will axe all 35 of its ground-handling staff in Hobart, sparking accusations that it is downgrading operations to the state.
Matt O'Sullivan Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull will ensure Sensis meets its obligations to distribute books of White Pages to households if Telstra sells the directories business to an American private...
Matt O'Sullivan Rail companies Aurizon and Asciano want trucks to be charged at rates that better reflect their road use by using satellite technology to track the distances they travel.
Matt O'Sullivan Jetstar's fledging offshoot in Hong Kong is considering the sale and leaseback of its growing fleet of new Airbus A320s stuck on the ground to try to reduce costs while it awaits regulatory approval...
Matt O'Sullivan Fiji Airways is hopeful of expanding its alliance with part-owner Qantas in the coming months as part of long-term plans to boost capacity on routes to Australia by almost a third over the next five...
Matt O'Sullivan The Abbott government will come under more pressure to offer some form of aid to Qantas after another credit ratings agency downgraded the airline to junk status.
Matt O'Sullivan Does Qantas' latest downgrade to junk raise the possibility of federal support?
Matt O'Sullivan Qantas faces a further increase in the cost of new borrowings after the second of the big two credit ratings agencies downgraded it to junk status.
Matt O'Sullivan A month after S&P cut the airline to junk, Qantas suffered further ignomy today when Moody's followed suit, citing a ‘‘sharp deterioration’’ in its core domestic business.
Matt O'Sullivan Jetstar's offshoot in Japan forced to keep new planes on the ground because regulators have delayed a decision on whether they will allow the budget airline to set up a second base in the Asian...
Matt O'Sullivan Qantas received one-off payments totalling $NZ156 million ($144 million) from its New Zealand offshoot last year in what the airline says was an effort to tidy up the way it accounts for the...
Matt O'Sullivan Wotif chief executive Scott Blume refuses to veer from his strategy to expand exposure to other travel segments and increase spending on marketing and IT to fend off competitors, despite investors...
Matt O'Sullivan Qantas boss makes clear to unions that the airline must lower its costs substantially to make it competitive against Virgin Australia but remains steadfast in his strategy in the domestic market.
Matt O'Sullivan Qantas boss Alan Joyce has refused to give union leaders commitments over jobs, saying he could not ‘‘rule anything in or out’’ while the airline considers a major shake up of its operations.
Matt O'Sullivan Jetstar will deploy its first four Boeing 787 Dreamliners on routes to Bali and the Thai tourist destination of Phuket, as it banks on the new planes giving it an advantage over its competitors.
Matt O'Sullivan Well-known conservationist Graeme Wood has watched more than $48 million of his wealth disappear today after a profit warning from Wotif sent shares in the company he co-founded into a tailspin.
Matt O'Sullivan Qantas boss and his senior executives will come under pressure from union leaders to spell out the extent of government help they are seeking and the parts of the business to be hit hardest by job...
Matt O'Sullivan Coal-hauler has decided to sell or scrap a large number of train locomotives and wagons.
Matt O'Sullivan Coal-haulage company Aurizon will book a one-off hit of up to $150 million in the first half after deciding to scrap or sell trains and wagons it had decided it will no longer need over the next five...
Matt O'Sullivan Qantas has shelved a project to replace a 26-year-old IT system that supports almost 10 million members of its frequent-flyer program because it would cost another $40 million to complete.