Government names three investment banks to manage the multibillion dollar float, after hearing pitches from 11 banks.
Updated: Baird, Berejiklian in joint ticket; Goward exits deputy leadership contest.
Confidence remains elevated in March quarter despite a slight fall.
Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows a fall in new car sales for the month.
DataRoom: Shares in largest IPO to hit the boards this year surge 21% on listing.
Production, revenue increase during the March quarter in line with expectations.
Oil and gas exploration group lifts Q1 production, reaffirms FY guidance.
Local market gains after upbeat Wall St leads, a lift in business conditions.
Local currency lifts slightly in quiet trade ahead of Easter long weekend.
Miner's shares remain suspended as it prepares details of $6bn Oakajee funds.
Group says one-off impairment related to changes in value of its loans to pharmacies.
ANZ names Sameer Sawhney head of global, international and institutional banking.
Firms will create $4bn infrastructure fund through scrip-based merger.
Group remains focused on omni-channel, private label, accessories.
Miner says it is on track to meet FY iron ore sales guidance on solid Q3 result.
Harry Triguboff strongly considering sale of half of Meriton Apartments business.
Anthony Healy to replace Andrew Thorburn as head of Bank of New Zealand.
Fed chair says 'three big questions' need to be answered before rates lift.
Treasury targeting savings of $900m through clampdown on tax breaks.
Tax office has authority to disregard company transactions that reduce tax bills.
Weighing in on the high-frequency trading debate, Joseph Stiglitz has reminded us that markets exist to provide a fundamental social purpose rather than to deliver profits for short-term traders.
Australian youth unemployment has tripled since 2008 and much-needed economic potential is being lost day by day. The implications cannot be neglected.
Asian diplomats are too polite to tell Australians how they are really viewed from abroad. One policy area in particular is diminishing our standing.
Canberra should be glad that Barry O'Farrell's example isn't the new benchmark for political resignations.
The Family First senator-elect says changing the pension system without addressing home affordability is futile, land prices are pricing first home buyers out of the market, and new 'unaligned' senators will disprove allegations of disorganisation.
The difference between the meat and potatoes businesses are dramatic. But for the Thomas family, combining them made as much sense as serving the two together at the table.
Lobbying and the influence of big money are becoming concerning in politics even when actual corruption is not involved. But why did Barry O'Farrell dig himself into such a hole?
Germany's track record of managing large government projects is a far cry for the efficiency it pretends to parade before the rest of Europe.