Returned lock Kane Douglas is confident he can prove his worth to Wallabies coach Michael Cheika in time for the World Cup.
Peter Ker The debt-heavy mining services company has received another takeover bid from private equity firms
Peter Ker India's biggest jewellery maker, billionaire Rajesh Mehta, wants to buy stakes in Australian gold mines and open retail stores in the country.
Peter Ker The previous chairman and previous managing director of PanAust have criticised the strategy deployed by the new management.
Peter Ker PanAust shareholders have lost confidence in the current board and management, and are likely to accept a takeover offer.
Peter Ker PanAust shares have traded higher than GRAM's revised takeover offer on Monday
Peter Ker Copper miner PanAust has received its second takeover offer in the space of one year as the Brisbane-based company again considers an offer from major shareholder Guangdong Rising Assets Management.
Peter Ker Caltex will find it easier to release franking credits to shareholders now that its United States-based 50 per cent shareholder has exited the register.
Peter Ker Rio Tinto's continuing ongoing austerity campaign is set to force departures from its mergers and acquisitions and business development areas.
Peter Ker Assistant Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has echoed Treasury's concerns about the impact Australia's high corporate tax rate is having on foreign investment
Peter Ker and Tess Ingram Fortescue Metals Group chairman Andrew Forrest's has earned widespread ridicule from big mining bosses over his call for an Australian iron ore cartel as Chinese Steel officials dismissed the idea as...
Peter Ker Citic Limited has posted more impairments on its Sino Iron project in Australia
Peter Ker Commodity trader Noble has launched legal action in Hong Kong in a bid to exterminate the anonymous critic who has accused it of being the next Enron.
Peter Ker Australia's thermal coal miners are close to settling one of their most important sale contracts of the year, and are expected to agree to price cuts of more than 15 per cent.
Peter Ker The new company that BHP Billiton will spin-out this year, South32, will need to buy assets to ensure production growth, analysts say.
Peter Ker South32 may face a bumpy start to life as CEO designate Graham Kerr says it could face London selling on listing.
Peter Ker The company that will be spun out of BHP Billiton later this year will return at least 40 per cent of its underlying earnings to shareholders in the form of dividends, according to information on the...
Rio Tinto says work to combat base erosion, profit shifting and tax avoidance could go too far and discriminate against multinational companies
Peter Ker Rio Tinto has warned that multinational companies could be discriminated against if moves to combat tax "base erosion and profit shifting" went too far.
Peter Ker OZ Minerals is finally offloading its stake in Sandfire.
Peter Ker Councils interested in housing Australia's radioactive waste dump have complained the Abbott government's tender period is too short for them to make a decision on the divisive issue.
Peter Ker Glencore has quit an iron ore project in the west African nation of Mauritania less than a year after it reportedly paid $US1 billion for rail and port infrastructure to support it.