Billionaire investor Jeremy Grantham has made another big prediction.

Woodside has withdrawn from Myanmar almost a year after the nation’s military coup.

Singapore is backing big green hydrogen projects in Western Australia.

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) chair Rod Sims will soon leave his position.

Deloitte is letting its UK staff take public holidays whenever they want.

Experts have backed a pledge to abolish political donations in South Australia.

Queensland's Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) head has resigned.

New research shows new investment in the resource sector is overwhelmingly focused on electrification minerals.

SA councils say an expensive new e-planning portal is not doing what it should.

A software update being rolled out to F-35 fighter jets comes through an “immature, deficient and insufficiently tested” process, a review has found.

CSIRO has developed an AI weight loss coach to administer its data-driven diet.

Mining giant Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) is buying an engineering and battery company that it says will help it ditch diesel.

A $10 billion Rio Tinto-linked project in Mongolia appears to be back on track.

Qantas has been accused of using the COVID-19 pandemic to kill workplace agreements with international flight attendants.

Microsoft is buying Activision in the video gaming industry's biggest deal yet.

Google is attempting to overturn a AU$3.9 billion antitrust fine in the EU.

Tech firms are a bigger surveillance threat than government spies, a government figure has warned.

Experts say Australia must build its own network of Earth Observation satellites.

The Federal Government has accepted a new blue carbon accounting model.

A world-first hydrogen tanker has arrived in Victoria.

Russia is considering a ban on the use and mining of cryptocurrencies.

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