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Santos is aiming to double its gas output, targeting a production rate of more than 100 million barrels of oil equivalent by 2025.
UBS says the housing price slump could end up being the longest in several generations.
Nike shows why questions over its controversial ad campaign were misguided.
The Australian sharemarket is set to rise modestly at the open this morning following a commodity price advance overnight and a mixed Wall Street session.
What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.
Major US indexes finished mostly lower as rising interest rates hurt stocks that pay big dividends and higher oil prices pushed transportation and shipping companies lower.
The founders of Instagram are leaving Facebook after growing tensions with chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg over the direction of the photo-sharing app, insiders say.
Versace diehards are mourning what they see as the brand's sullied legacy.
The gender pay gap widened in many areas but it has closed and flipped in some places, new data reveals.
CBD property owners are catering for emerging businesses that hanker for a prime address, albeit with a smaller footprint.
A corner building in Hawthorn leased to the Snooze bedding franchise has sold for $25 million, netting its vendor a 47 per cent capital gain within two years.
Super tight vacancy rates and sharp prices will be the norm over the next six months in Australia’s metro office markets.
If there was any lingering doubt where customers rank in the priority list of our biggest banks, a new report lays it out bluntly.
Surry Hills, dubbed Sydney's Silicon Valley, has a range of properties for potential buyers.
Michelle Guthrie's sacking has left the door wide open for those vying for one of the country's highest profile and most difficult media jobs.
The prudential regulator has blasted financial heavyweight IOOF, accusing the company's management of misleading its board.
A string of imminent leasing deals in Melbourne’s outer-east office market will shake up supply, just as vacancy rates reach historic lows and rents hit new highs.
Investors have focused their attention on a range of assets with sales reaching past the $200 million mark in the past week.
Vicinity Centres is now entering the home straight in the sale of 14 shopping centre assets, worth about $1 billion
Spiking petrol prices are forcing small firms like Kristian Milosevski's construction outfit Zipclad to rethink the way they do business.