The laptop's days as the flyer's weapon of choice look just about over.
Peter Ker Australian coal exports are rising despite price weakness.
Peter Ker South32 and BlueScope Steel will face off in the Supreme Court this week in a family fued between the two BHP spin-outs
Peter Ker There is one less seller in the market for South32 after BHP Billiton completed a sell-down of unwanted shares in the new company.
Peter Ker Barely 16 months after it "disestablished" 300 Australian jobs, oil and gas giant BP is cutting its Australian staff again.
Peter Ker Gina Rinehart's legal brawl with Rio Tinto over royalties is set for a third bout in the High Court next month.
Peter Ker Acquisitive miner China Molybdenum Company may be about to emerge as a rival for BHP Billiton in the race for Barrick's Zaldivar mine, after declaring its intention to complete a $US2.
Peter Ker Data from caps worn by workers is used to alert them when they are likely to fall asleep.
Peter Ker A reclusive luxury lodge developer and former hedge fund manager is building his stake in the Kakadu uranium miner ERA, despite grave predictions about its future prospects.
Peter Ker Shares in Sandfire Resources have hit a 10-month high in early trading after drilling found copper grades as high as 18.9 per cent.
Peter Ker The uranium miner beside Kakadu National Park has not sought to replace Rio Tinto with a more enthusiastic investor.
Peter Ker Departing Rio Tinto director Mike Fitzpatrick says the Reserve Bank left interest rates ''too high for too long" during the mining boom, and is still "behind the curve''.
Peter Ker Will action on climate change kill coal or will developing world demand sustain this increasingly controversial commodity?
Peter Ker The board of Kakadu uranium miner Energy Resources of Australia has been halved, after three directors quit the besieged company at the weekend.
Peter Ker Nickel miner Western Areas won't rule out more deals in 2015, despite buying Glencore's Cosmos nickel business.
Peter Ker Repair works on the largest mill at Olympic Dam in South Australia are complete
Peter Ker South32 could be facing a significant earnings slump, as the young company ends its first month on the market in the midst of growing pains.
Peter Ker Life can be bumpy when your finances ride on the camel's back, but some Australian expertise is making things easier for the nomadic herders of the South Gobi Desert.
Peter Ker Australia's biggest iron ore exporter expects demand for steel in China to be dampened for several years, in comments that are bearish for iron ore prices in the short-term.
Peter Ker The second-largest shareholder in Kakadu uranium miner ERA has lifted his stake in the company amid a 70 per cent collapse in the stock price
Peter Ker Former Rio Tinto chief executive Tom Albanese says Australia will remain part of the plan for his soon to be expanded company, Vedanta Resources, as it embarks on an $US11 billion merger with Cairn...