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Peter Ker 5:25 PM 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.
Mark Mulligan 4:18 PM Australian stocks are expected to open sharply lower on Monday, as the volatility seen across most asset markets last week persists in the lead-up to the Easter weekend.
James Eyers 3:26 PM Australia’s banks have hit out at the international banking regulator's plan to overhaul risk modelling, warning that the move would only add to the complexity of the Basel framework.
ANDREW POLLACK 2:31 PM Thirty years ago, an Environmental Protection Agency committee determined that the popular weed killer Roundup might cause cancer. Six years later, in 1991, the agency reversed itself after re-evaluating the mouse study that had been the basis for the original conclusion.
Paresh Dave 2:28 PM A jury has spoken in a case that riveted Silicon Valley, but that doesn't mean all is over.
Szu Ping Chan 2:16 PM The eurozone is "untenable" in its current form and cannot survive unless countries are prepared to cede sovereignty and become a "United States of Europe", the manager of the world's biggest bond fund has warned.
Mehreen Khan 2:13 PM Greece international creditors spent the weekend mulling over a series of reform measures.
Lynn Stuart Parramore 8:46 AM At first glance, Kenneth Branagh's remake of the classic Disney film seems to offer a sunny romp through the magic kingdom. But a closer look reveals a troubling economic message.
Callie Bost and Oliver Renick 1:19 AM US stocks gained as takeover speculation fuelled a late-day rally in chipmakers, overshadowing comments by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen that an interest-rate increase may be warranted this year. Treasuries rose and the dollar dropped for a second straight week. Oil slid.
Michael West The Senate Economics References Committee this week kicks off its hearings into corporate tax avoidance in a fortnight, but has confirmed that corporations can select their own witnesses.
Google has said it would pay its new Chief Financial Officer, Ruth Porat, more than $70 million through a combination of restricted stock units and a biennial grant.
Madeleine Heffernan The retail coffee sector is estimated to be worth $3.2 billion a year so there is no wonder it attracts the likes of Retail Food Group.
Binyamin Applebaum The Federal Reserve chairwoman says the Fed plans to raise interest rates more slowly than during past recoveries because of the unusually fragile condition of the US economy.
Peter Ker Rio Tinto's continuing ongoing austerity campaign is set to force departures from its mergers and acquisitions and business development areas.
Christopher Webb OrotonGroup scrip fell when the fashion apparel retailer released its interim results. The reaction in the group's boardroom was to buy the stock.
Sally Rose Pressure is mounting on the government to change the rules that allow wealthy people with millions of dollars in superannuation savings to access their money in tax-free lump sums.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth - once he's paid for his nephew's education.
Madeleine Heffernan Internet radio service Pandora joins Facebook, Twitter and BuzzFeed in seeking exemption from filing accounts that would reveal its local earnings and tax.
Ruth Liew, Paul Smith and Luke Malpass A second man arrested in connection with a multi-million dollar bribery in Commonwealth Bank of Australia's technology division, Jon Waldron, was a regular speaker at conferences around the world.
US energy giant Chevron is looking to sell its 50 per cent stake in Caltex Australia.
Stephen Cauchi Investors second-guessing the state of the US economy have dragged the Australian sharemarket into the red this week.
The NZ dollar is continuing to rise against the Aussie, with another RBA cut possibly pushing it to parity.
Anjuli Davies and Silvia Antonioli Rio Tinto will cut jobs in M&A and business development to cut costs as it battles falling commodity prices.
Iron ore futures in China and Singapore slid about 4 per cent on Friday, pressured by worries global producers would continue to lift supply in a glut-hit market.
Australians are a very loyal bunch, with 60 per cent rarely venturing beyond their 10 preferred stores and online shops, a credit card survey has found.
Peter Hannam and Lisa Cox The Abbott government has proposed a major concession to the heavy-polluting electricity industry in its Direct Action climate change policy by exempting individual companies from caps on emissions.
Tess Ingram Evolution Mining has confirmed it is in talks with La Mancha Resources over the potential purchase of its West Australian gold assets.
Eamonn Duff 12:15 AM On paper, it was just another bumper sale of prime coastal real estate, soon to make way for a block of luxury units boasting ocean views.
Netty Ismail and Shigeki Nozawa Pimco is seeking to profit from declines in the currencies of Australia and Japan against the US dollar even after the Fed signalled it wasn't in a hurry to raise borrowing costs.
Nassim Khadem The Abbott government should change the law so that it places the burden of proof on the Australian Taxation Office, where fraud and evasion is alleged, according to the final recommendations of the parliamentary inquiry into tax disputes.