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Nick O'Malley The outgoing chief executive of General Motors, Daniel Akerson, has declined to say whether or not potential changes in the subsidy regime had an impact in the company's decision to cease...
Australians are addicted to checking work emails during holidays, with more than a third of employees planning to log on during the Christmas break.
Vesna Poljak Speculation on an end to quantitative easing at this week’s meeting of the US Federal Reserve is mounting following strong economic data.
Glenda Kwek The Australian dollar has continued to trade below US90¢ ahead of a busy week of local and international central bank events that could see it weaken further
Jonathan Shapiro Colonial First State economist James White is a lone voice against the almost universal agreement that the Australian economy needs the dollar to be driven down.
Jonathan Shapiro Standard & Poor’s says the troubles faced Qantas and Holden aren't a sign Australia's economy is derailing.
Harrington Industries, a 94-year-old privately-owned car parts maker, should be crushed by the coming implosion of Australia's auto manufacturing industry.
Ross Gittins It's been 21 years since COAG replaced the special premiers' conference.
Madeleine Heffernan The $92 billion Future Fund has reiterated that it will vigorously defend itself against legal action by the country's biggest superannuation fund, the $70 billion AustralianSuper.
Bianca Hartge-Hazelman Glenn Stevens has become the latest central bank governor to acknowledge the rise of Bitcoins and the potential for speculative problems with the virtual currency.
Phillip Coorey General Motors Holden's decision to leave Australia was made after the federal government baulked at an extra $80 million a year for seven years
Jacob Greber and Alan Mitchell Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens has indicated he wants an Aussie dollar closer to 85 US cents, while pointing to "promising signs" that the economy is transitioning away from the...
Glenda Kwek The jobless rate has risen to 5.8 per cent last month, with 21,000 jobs added to the economy.
Lia Timson The man hired by Vodafone to turn its business around will now be in charge of turning Australia's largest infrastructure project into a profitable enterprise.
Glenda Kwek Consumer confidence has lost its post-election glow, falling almost five per cent this month. The Westpac Consumer Confidence index fell from 110.3 points in November to 105.0 in December.
Glenda Kwek First-home buyers continue to struggle to enter the housing market even as it grows, as investors take on record levels of home loan borrowing.
Glenda Kwek Business conditions remain weak and firms’ confidence levels have edged lower, as improving trading conditions are offset by a weakening labour market.
Ben Butler Holden managing director Mike Devereux has thrown down the gauntlet to Prime Minister Tony Abbott, saying the Federal Government has the figures it needs to make a decision on whether to support...
Michael Pascoe No wonder Glenn Stevens didn’t want to say much to The Wall Street Journal – when you’ve had a win at the casino, it’s always a good idea to walk away.
Glenda Kwek Job advertisements have weakened again, but there are signs of improving demand in some states, a private survey has found.