National Australia Bank chief executive Andrew Thorburn has taken a $2.1 million pay cut.

A bill to ban foreign political donations has passed the Senate, despite concerns about a loophole.

Support for a federal anti-corruption commission appears to be growing.

Federal parliament has passed changes to the GST distribution system.

A $36 million fit-out at an Australian Tax Office building in Melbourne is set to slash floor space.

The Climate Council says the severe drought gripping much of Australia has been exacerbated by climate change.

Australian oil and gas giant Woodside wants a national carbon pricing scheme.

A new report details the major transformations underway for the global energy sector, driven largely by renewables.

Over the last five years, stats show employer action has improved workplace gender equality.

Victoria has released its MoU with Beijing over the controversial One Belt One Road initiative.

Older employees may be prematurely exiting the workforce because they feel stereotyped by their age.

Australia’s new face-matching system will be prone to misreading non-Caucasian faces, experts say.

The Foodbank charity says the Federal Government’s decision to slash its funding “beggars belief”.

The Federal Government says it will block Hong Kong-based CK Group’s $13 billion buyout of gas pipeline operator APA Group.

Telstra’s CFO is set to replace Elon Musk as chair of Tesla.

The ACCC will not block Nine’s takeover of Fairfax, despite acknowledging that it could reduce competition.

APRA says it will make the big banks protect themselves against collapse.

Research suggests alcohol advertising restrictions are unlikely to reduce young people’s exposure to alcohol marketing.

The Prime Minister is announcing a $2 billion infrastructure financing facility for the Pacific.

Adani has bypassed the need for a full environmental impact assessment, against governmental advice.

BHP Billiton is being sued for about £5 billion by Brazilian victims of the Samarco dam collapse.

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