The famed Loro Piana wool bale will produce just 40 of the world's most sought-after suits.
Mark Mulligan Falling real incomes in Australia and global growth concerns are undermining corporate and consumer confidence and put at risk the government’s fiscal objectives, a conference heard on Monday.
Julie-anne Sprague Billionaire Perth-based businessman Kerry Stokes says economic conditions in his home state are the worst in nearly 25 years.
Michael Pascoe Unfortunately economics isn’t as simple as the average minister for employment might make out.
NSW has knocked off Western Australia as the country's strongest economy, as the glow of the mining investment boom continues to fade.
Mark Mulligan The unemployment rate in Australia may not peak until the end of next year or early 2016, forcing the Reserve Bank of Australia to cut the cash rate from the current 2.
What's on in the world of business this week.
Sally Rose Across talkback radio, editorial columns, twitter, and stock forums this week, market watchers have been a abuzz with their views on Reserve Bank of Australia assistant governor Guy Debelle's warning...
James Chessell Rupert Murdoch used an after-dinner speech to the world’s most powerful finance ministers to argue against the widespread quantitative easing adopted by central banks, arguing the policy was...
Foreign buyers are flocking to buy Australian property, snapping up one out of every six new homes.
Stephen Cauchi Consumer confidence has risen marginally, from 94.0 in September to 94.8 in October.
Jenny Wiggins The chief executive of Abertis, one of the world’s largest tollroad managers, has questioned the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s decision to allow Transurban to buy...
Patrick Commins Thanks to their houses, Australians are the richest people in the world, according to the investment bank Credit Suisse.
Australian business confidence has taken a dive in the face of tough trading conditions and dwindling profits.
Vesna Poljak Citigroup Australia boss Stephen Roberts believes Australia’s presidency of the Group of 20 will go down as one of the most successful stewardships of the global forum because of Treasurer Joe...
Bellinda Kontominas As Sydney house prices skyrocket and traffic congestion worsens, some enterprising workers are moving north to seek the lifestyle they want in Queensland while continuing their careers in NSW.
Jared Lynch Don't blame a high Australian dollar for the demise of the country's manufacturing sector.
Brian Robins The competition watchdog, the ACCC, has thrown its weight behind the privatisation of Snowy Hydro.
Scott Parker Following a year of red-hot property gains investors may have finally had enough, with a new survey suggesting sentiment toward investing in residential property has turned from buying to selling.
Julie-anne Sprague WA Premier Colin Barnett has delivered a stinging rebuke to BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto, telling the mining giants to "remember who your landlord is".
Low interest rates are doing what they are meant to do - boost housing prices, Reserve Bank official Luci Ellis says.