Chief executive officer to continue in current role after earlier announcing plans to resign from the department store.
Beijing willing to face increased instability to inject competition into bloated banking system.
Last author of an Australian tax review urges Canberra to reform.
Investors take a breather to digest recent string of economic data.
Construction billionaire remembered as one of Australia's greatest success stories.
OECD sees mixed performances from emerging economies in near-term.
Miner says productivity focus starting to deliver value, flags sale of assets.
Major miner expects price volatility but says long-term forecasts intact.
Ratings agency Standard and Poor's downgrades outlook of construction group.
Survey finds business conditions backpedal sharply as manufacturing slips.
Central bank says economy is picking up despite slowing growth in late 2013.
Dun & Bradstreet says there are advantages for lenders and borrowers.
Updated: Miner mulling additional funding to boost liquidity, shares hit five-year low.
Perpetual CEO reportedly backs raising compulsory superannuation guarantee.
Abbott says voters will distinguish between national and state party issues.
PM lauds rejected SPC after it inks five-year, $70m supply deal with Woolworths.
It did not take long for David Jones’ new chairman Gordon Cairns to convince his CEO Paul Zahra to stay on, but they will have a lot on their plates if they are to improve profitability.
The Reserve Bank is clearly worried about a potential housing bubble. New documents show that it's considering rewriting the rules on property, with possible dramatic effects.
The major miners’ plan to expand production to blunt the impact of iron ore price declines will come under further pressure as China reduces its dependence on exports.
Russian diplomats have taken to China's Twitter-like social media platform, Weibo, to launch a vituperative attack on US foreign policy. Here's what they had to say.
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Hedge funds are shorting copper, BHP and Rio Tinto because they see dangerous weaknesses in China's banking system. The next stop for the market manipulators could be the Aussie dollar.
The iron ore price is set for a bumpy ride as Beijing affirms its unalloyed commitment to reducing excess capacity in the steel industry.