Australian CEOs say they feel they do not really understand the needs of millennials, but that they want to hire and engage with more of this younger demographic over the next three years.
There's no need to panic yet. Of far greater concern will be if other EU countries attempt their own exits.
Australians are sacrificing the equivalent of up to 6 per cent of their salaries sitting in morning traffic, a new analysis suggests.
Italy is preparing a €40 billion ($60 billion) rescue of its financial system as bank shares collapse on the Milan bourse and the powerful aftershock of Brexit shakes European markets.
If company tax in Australia was reduced, tax benefits for Australia's largest companies would be $5.53 billion a year, according to a report commissioned by GetUp.
From an economic point of view, it's worth keeping some perspective about what the Liberals and Labor are carrying on about.
It's one thing for the UK to seek a diminished role, it would be another altogether for the world's greatest power to elect a sectarian bully.
The UK's vote to exit the EU is creating a lot of losers. But out of all of the market turmoil and uncertainty will emerge at least one big winner: China.
Yorkshire born and bred Stephen Whitehead has been in Australia for six months. He won't be going back to England.
Fast food giant McDonald's Australia cut its tax bill by more than halve in 2015 by routing payments via the low-tax nation of Singapore.
One thing we've learnt from this election campaign: whoever's interests our business lobby groups represent, it's not Australian shareholders.
The United Kingdom's decision to vote to leave the European Union was one motivated by emotion and fear, Australian business leaders say.
If Australia's leading economists were deciding the election they would vote for Labor's cuts to negative gearing.
Dealing with climate change will be as important a challenge for the next Australian government as dealing with the deficit according to the BusinessDay Economic Survey.
The mid-year Scope BusinessDay economic survey - Australia's longest running - predicts economic growth of just 2.6 per cent in 2016-17.
There's an awful lot our panel got wrong about 2015-16.
If the Poms want to shoot themselves in their economic foot, I don't care. But I do care about the isolationist small-mindedness that seems to have driven the Brexit vote.
The market reaction to Brexit has been brutal, but economists say we are not facing a financial crisis.
It's a momentous choice - and not in a good way. The immediate risk to Britain's economy is grave, and it may shake the European Union almost as badly.
After losing his job of 15 years at Highsee Iron and Steel, Li Xi was not out of work for long. But the 34-year-old had to travel far from home.
The rest of Australia desperately needs to see what New South Wales is having and demand to have some too.
Labor wants to throw money at education while the Coalition wants to cut corporate tax. Which one will deliver bigger economic growth in the long run?
The RBA is keeping a close eye on the government bond market to make sure new regulation doesn't dry up trading activity.
The RBA has given no strong signals of a further cut to the cash rate.
While a Brexit would almost certainly cause turmoil in Europe, its effects on Asian economies, including China, may be much more benign.
Where's the dividing line between systemic fraud and 'innocent mistakes' in the aged care sector?
The economic fallout from this week's looming Brexit vote has markets on edge.
To understand today's global economy, look back 80 years. Now, just like then, a financial crisis has left deep scars.
The low-tax nation has signed up to a global plan to fight tax evasion.
Deutsche Bank chairman Paul Achleitner says a vote for Brexit would mean an 'economic disaster' for the UK and endanger the European Union.
Half of small businesses are still not using social media.
A quirky point of difference may be a great way to get people through the door, but what next?