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Jessica Gardner The value the Abbott government could earn from the float of Medibank Private would be boosted by recommendations in the National Commission of Audit that could dramatically increase the number of...
David Fickling With a falling Australian dollar and local retailers sharpening up, some online fashonistas are shopping less offshore.
Peter Martin Australia Post, Snowy Hydro, the Moorebank Intermodal company and the Australian Rail Track Corporation are among the prizes for businesses in the government's National Commission of Audit report
Sally Rose The rising influence of Chinese investors in the Australian property sector means the Reserve Bank of Australia has lost its ability to use the official interest rate as a tool to protect Australian...
Antony Lawes and Toby Johnstone There is more evidence that surging property prices are turning buyers away, with the latest data suggesting only nominal growth over the past month.
Manufacturing activity has slumped again, sparking warnings that any tax hikes in the government's May budget could pile more pressure on the industry.
Nassim Khadem Google Australia's tax bill has risen more than tenfold to $7.1 million.
Fleur Anderson Up to 1.4 million taxpayers will be freed from the hassle of completing a tax return and will receive a "thank you" receipt from the Treasurer for paying their taxes from July 1 this year.
Jared Lynch Tax breaks on the export earnings of food and beverage companies are needed to attract much needed foreign investment and earn Australia a bigger slice of Asia's dining boom, a business advisory firm...
Australia has been named the world's fourth most expensive country to live in by a study that also indicates China is poised to overtake the US as the world's biggest economy.
John Collett If the government does announce a deficit levy in the budget on May 13, almost all of the reductions in income tax over the past 10 years will be clawed back.
Jamie Freed International visitors to Australia spent a record $28.9 billion last year – a 6 per cent rise from the prior year
Twice as many public servants than mining workers were hired in Australia's 10-year resources boom, enlarging the bureaucracy and inflating public spending.
Gareth Hutchens Gerry Harvey says the proposed deficit levy will do nothing to fix the big economic problem facing Australia.
Bianca Hartge-Hazelman Despite calls for a weaker dollar many businesses want the Australian currency to stay above US90¢.
Gareth Hutchens The Abbott government's proposed "deficit levy" expected to be introduced in the May budget will hit consumer sentiment at a sore time for Australian retailers.
Eli Greenblat Wesfarmers boss Richard Goyder said he wasn't fearful of a dive in consumer demand if the federal government introduced a raft of tax hikes, new levies and spending cuts as part of what it is touting...
Georgia Wilkins Bank-owned super funds have lost a bid to thwart a review into super funds which could see them lose control over the more than $9 billion made in default super contributions each year.
Bianca Hartge-Hazelman Australian businesses are less confident about the future than they were at the end of last year, a new report has found, with many worried about higher interest rates and an Australian dollar that...
Jamie Freed The investment pipeline for Australian tourism grew by $5.2 billion to $49.4 billion in 2013, but most of the gains were from the weaker Australian dollar raising the value of forward aircraft orders...