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The internet provider posted a $198.7 million net profit in the six months to January 31.
ANZ is looking at spinning off and floating its UDC Finance business after New Zealand regulators blocked an attempt to sell it to China's HNA.
Facebook shares fell 6.8 per cent, cutting Zuckerberg's fortune to $US70.4 billion.
Close to 100 XXXX brewery workers will walk off the job next week in a move that could disrupt beer supplies to the Commonwealth Games.
Kathmandu said sales momentum improved through the end of the Christmas trading period and into February and March.
The ASX is set to fall today, futures are suggesting, after "triple tech whammy" knocks US markets overnight.
The local stockmarket looks set to follow the US lower at the open, with ASX futures down 33 points.
Bitcoin has long been compared to the dot-com bubble. Morgan Stanley says its recent moves are similar to the tech boom and bust, but faster.
US stocks dropped on Monday as a plunge in shares of Facebook led a sell-off in technology stocks.
There are stiff penalties for using someone else's Australian Business Number.
An independent investigation has been launched into the scandal engulfing Woolworths-owned pokies venues.
The former Babcock & Brown duo Trevor Loewensohn and Phil Green, have now set their sights on salvaging the waterlogged SurfStitch business.
Supermarket wholesaler Metcash says it has the depth of talent to weather the loss of its star grocery boss to Coles.
Australia has the electricity it needs to keep the lights on but it has been unprepared for the rush of new solar and wind power.
It is not the financial institutions' infrastructure that has created what ASIC chair James Shipton calls a"trust deficit", it's the people inside the institutions.
Why do we need a National Energy Guarantee, what will it do, and how?
The royal commission also heard CBA incoming chief executive Matt Comyn insisted the scrapping of the product be tied to the bank’s sale of its Comminsure products.
The Newstart allowance will increase by 50 cents a day tomorrow as new analysis shows it is not keeping people out of poverty and homelessness
Melbourne ports dispute set to escalate
The snacks marketed as containing '99 per cent fruit and veg' contained approximately two-thirds sugar, the Federal Court heard.