Industries

How stability is paying off for the new Macquarie

Despite a soft start to the year, Macquarie's shift towards annuity incomes is enough for Nicholas Moore to be confident of greater full-year profit, as he eyes market conditions in the second half.

Cameron's DSG to shed 1300 jobs

by AAP
Discount retailers Crazy Clark's, Sam's Warehouse continue to close stores.

Turbulence ahead for Tigerair Australia: analysts

A wider Q1 loss for Tiger Singapore has analysts flagging a greater FY15 loss for Tigerair Australia.

Macquarie upbeat about FY15

Shares in financial services group lose more than 2% on profit guidance, AGM.

Kohler Uncovers: This week's company – Emerchants

In this Eureka Report interview, Alan Kohler talks to Tom Cregan of payments solutions company Emerchants.

Woodside's non-Shell shareholders have nothing to lose

If Woodside's proposed buyback of Shell's residual shareholding is rejected, it would be a costly setback for Shell and a small embarrassment for Woodside directors, but there will be few implications for non-Shell shareholders.

China manufacturing PMI hits 18-month high

Government stimulus helps boost Chinese manufacturing activity in July: HSBC.

Drillsearch posts record FY production

Oil and gas explorer sets ambitious growth agenda for year ahead after record output.

Boart Longyear can't explain share price spike

Drilling services provider unaware of reason for 75 per cent rise in share price.

Healthscope set to price near top of range

The book build for the $2.6 billion IPO closes later on Thursday, and early indications are that demand is strong.

ACCC won’t appeal AGL decision

Consumer watchdog declines to challenge clearance of AGL's $1.5bn MacGen buy.

Newcrest flags $2.5bn impairment

Shares fall as miner reviews Lihir cost assumptions; lifts FY gold, copper production.

Atlas Iron eyes record production

Junior miner looks to offset falling iron ore price with increased higher grade production.

IAG lifts FY outlook

Strong second half with few natural perils spurs insurer to upwardly revise guidance.

Super review could hit fund savings: report

Financial Services Council says default super award review could see $185m hit to retirement savings.

Geminder in $44.5m portfolio sell-off

The packaging billionaire has sold some industrial properties and will lease them back for Pact Group.

The Toyoda family: Japan’s answer to Henry Ford

Four generations and two wars later, the Toyoda family still presides over the largest carmaker in the world. But there is much pressure on the current heir to steer Toyota through difficult times.

Six families float their way to fortunes

Many Australian family businesses are too small to list on the ASX, but those that have done so have reaped considerable financial rewards.

Iron ore price drops below $US95

Commodity price slips to three-week low, putting exposed miners on notice.

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