Star All-Black's confession highlights a problem many of us share.
Sarah Frier 8:45 AM Twitter shares slid as much as 14 per cent after it failed to add new users in the fourth quarter and forecast first-quarter revenue that will fall short of analysts' estimates.
Chad Bray and Jonathan Soble 8:31 AM The Jaoanese brewer has made a binding offer to buy the two beer brands as well as certain European operations of SABMiller.
Alan Soughley and Sofia Horta e Costa 8:26 AM A surge in banks, led by a 10 per cent jump in Deutsche Bank, helped European stocks rebound from their lowest level since 2013.
Walt Disney Co's ESPN sports network posted a decline in quarterly profit, overshadowing the blockbuster success of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Dana Hull Tesla Motors Inc fell to a two-year low amid concerns that cheap gasoline is stifling demand for electric cars as well as whether the company can efficiently produce enough of its new sport utility vehicle.
Matthew Brockett and Tracy Withers New Zealand farmer Ian Diprose used to count on the dairy industry for most of his income. Today, he relies on tourism.
Ilya Khrennikov, Andrey Lemeshko and Corinne Gretler As the recession heads into its second year, conspicuous consumers stock up on their favourite toys -- luxury cars, watches, fashion.
Stanley Reed Royal Dutch Shell has become the latest big energy company to file a damage report on the impact of depressed oil prices.
Ed Hammond, Alex Sherman and Jeffrey McCracken A deal would bring together Mattel's strength in the girls category and Hasbro's dominance over the boys' toy aisle, making the combined group a stronger competitor to Lego.
LinkedIn Corp forecast current-quarter profit and revenue below analysts' estimates, citing weakness in its recruitment services business in markets outside North America.
Dana Hull Tesla Motors has started taking orders for its Model X in China, giving customers in the world's largest auto market access to the new sport utility vehicle before it debuts in Europe.
Lloyds Banking Group Plc says it will axe about 1585 jobs and close 29 branches as part of sweeping cuts it announced more than a year ago, aimed at reducing Europe's second-biggest lender's workforce by 9000.
Sarah Chen State-owned ChemChina will pay $US43 billion for Swiss pesticide and seeds maker Syngenta in a world record takeover deal.
Tom Metcalf Mark Zuckerberg became the world's fourth-richest person this week, as Facebook shares fended off plunging stock markets.
Katherine Rosman Chip Wilson, the Vancouver billionaire who founded and fell out with Lululemon, believes deeply in being on time, and a future reunion with the yogawear company.
Robert Langreth and Rebecca Spalding After Martin Shkreli raised the price of anti-HIV drugDaraprim more than 50-fold to $US750 a pill, he said he wasn't alone in taking big price hikes.
Jack Clark Google reported profit and sales that topped estimates, lifted by robust sales of online ads and tighter cost controls.
Vindu Goel A former Yahoo manager who lost his job has filed a law suit saying the system, which has been used to fire hundreds of employees, is discriminatory and violates the law.
Deborah Todd Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer is set to reveal cost-cutting plans that include slashing 15 per cent of its workforce, about 1600 jobs.
Jonathan Spicer The US economy could suffer with inflation remaining too low if recent volatility in financial markets persists and signals a slowdown in the global economy.
Sarah Lynch Barclays and Credit Suisse have settled US federal and state charges that they misled investors in their dark pools, with Barclays admitting it broke the law and agreeing to pay $US70 million.