The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) wants more money so that it can provide more up-to-date inflation figures.

The ACCC has levelled a $15 million fine on Air New Zealand as part of a long string of anti-cartel cases.

A banking expert says ASIC should be willing to cancel the operating licences of big banks.

Britain's BAE Systems has secured a $35 billion contract to build nine Hunter class frigates in Adelaide.

Australia has emerged victorious from a major trade dispute over tobacco packaging laws.

Some CSIRO staff have decided not appear before South Australia's Royal Commission into the Murray-Darling Basin.

Labor says it will tighten CSG regulations to protect water resources, if elected.

Samarco and its parent companies BHP and Vale have signed a deal to settle a $7 billion lawsuit.

Energy minister Josh Frydenberg says he would welcome a new coal-fired power plant in Australia.

A better job title does not always come with a bigger paycheque, according to new research.

Deloitte says the world’s top energy and resources companies rate wellbeing as the most important priority.

Reports say HealthEngine - Australia’s largest online doctor booking service – has funnelled users' private medical information to law firms.

NBN Co is looking at a new pricing regime that could see internet access in the bush attract higher charges.

Telstra has announced it will reduce its workforce by 8,000 employees and contractors.

Atlas Iron has approved a takeover bid by billionaire Gina Rinehart.

A bidding war is raging between Disney and Comcast over who will buy 21st Century Fox.

Farmers are outraged that the banking royal commission has set aside juts a few days to deal with issues in agricultural finance.

The audit office has called for a government-wide policy for gifts and benefits received by public servants.

The NSW Government has ordered its departments to find $1.6 billion in savings over the next four years.

Personal income tax will be cut by $144 billion over the next seven years after the Senate approved the Government's progressive income tax cuts.

Tony Abbott says he was misled by bureaucrats when he signed Australia up to the Paris climate agreement.

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