Trade ministers are gushing about the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, but anyone who wants to know the details will have to take their word for it.

Malcolm Turnbull has hinted that changes to penalty rates are on the way, but that they would need broad support to get off the ground.

The Federal Government says the Australian mining sector has hit the bottom of its bust period, and will begin moving upwards.

US Courts have ordered BP to pay more than $US20 billion ($AU28 billion) in fines from the deadly Gulf of Mexico oil spill five years ago.

A big new player could soon make its mark on the Australian telecoms scene, with the proposed merger of Vocus and M2 to create a $3 billion company.

Fashion giant David Jones has had its computer system hacked and the private details of customers stolen.

Shell's global chief executive says the world needs to put a price on carbon.

The ACCC says it will go to great lengths to find out whether the Volkswagen scandal involves Australian customers.

Education Minister Simon Birmingham says the controversial university deregulation plan will go away for now.

Share-trader Nigel Heath of New South Wales has been jailed on two market manipulation charges.

A new study has revealed the big gaps that exist between members of socially-marginalised groups and the mainstream population.

UNICEF has handed over control of its Twitter account to Syrian refugee children living in Turkey, Jordan and Austria.

A prominent sector HR expert says managers in the Australian public service are struggling to manage.

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