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Australian media company HT&E has declared that oOh!media's sweetened $470 million offer for HT&E's outdoor advertising division was not in the best interests of the company.
National Australia Bank is the latest to push out forecasts for an RBA interest rate hike as wage growth remains elusive.
Telstra’s month has gone from bad to worse with customers threatening to switch to rival providers after a national mobile outage on Monday.
Vocus Group has appointed telecommunications industry veteran Kevin Russell as group managing director and chief executive.
Analysts have upgraded their earnings and share price forecasts for Melbourne-based biotechnology giant CSL
Large Chinese investors may hold the key cards in $14.5 billion takeover.
The rights for parents acting as guarantors for their children are very limited.
Australian shares ended slightly lower, with CBA leading the decline in bank stocks and Telstra hitting a fresh seven-year low.
The plea by former executive Clifford Gerathy comes seven years after he was charged in a case marked by extensive delays and legal challenges.
The bank admits it could have handled her claim better but argues the process that made her guarantor for her daughter was "technically correct".
Australians reported losing a whopping $340 million to scams in 2017, an ACCC report has found, but it's not dating scams costing people the most.
It was never going to be in AGL’s long-term interests to hand the plant over to a competitor.
AGL's chairman Graeme Hunt phoned Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg to tell him about the energy company's rejection of Alinta's bid.
The royal commission will not hear case studies considering an 'ulterior motive' by CBA to default loans following its purchase of BankWest.
Telstra mobile customers across Australia are reporting widespread difficulties with outbound calls.
The improved offer comes at a time when oil prices are at their highest since late 2014.
There is a common misconception that a business owner should not claim a tax deduction for expenses related to a business being operated from a home.
Australian shares are set to fall in trade today as defensive investors await further news from US-China trade talks.
AGL has knocked back Alinta’s $250 million offer to buy the Liddell coal-fired power station, committing to its plan to shut down the power station in 2022.
What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.