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Slater and Gordon claim it could exceed $100 million for hundreds of thousands of superannuation members.
Australian shares are poised to dip further on Wednesday, despite a lift in commodity prices overnight, as Wall Street stocks closed the session modestly lower.
Donald Trump's shadow looms large over the world economy.
What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.
Wall Street finished in negative territory after an up-and down day, with tech stocks being the brightest performers, as the Nasdaq ended a three-day slide.
Australia’s energy future lies in larger grid-scale batteries and not household batteries, energy experts say.
Ordinary families might stash spare cash under a mattress or in a safety deposit box, but not the family behind the Samsung empire.
The first blow came almost nine months ago, and it has been all downhill since then.
Facebook insists it's not thinking about other business platforms when developing Workplace - but it wants to stop users switching to other sites.
New owners of the Australian biotech said forcing them to deal with class action lawyers was tantamount to injuncting the $1.9 billion takeover of Sirtex.
Banks are vowing to stamp out the charging of fees for financial services that are never provided, including to dead people.
Despite the Chinese government pulling back, its citizens are still keen on Australian commercial property.
The sun is set to shine again on Sorrento’s Continental Hotel as developer Steller gets underway with an $80 million redevelopment of the historic landmark.
Private syndicate of Cerno and Ashe Morgan has garnered $119.5 million for the sale of the busy Hurstville Central transit shopping centre
China's central bank appears worried that the trade friction with the US is starting to hurt China's economy.
Co-sharing office space operators have been labelled the biggest disruptors in the market.
A building whose tenants include MLC Bank and O’Brien Real Estate at 474-478 Nepean Highway sold for $3.45 million.
Clive Palmer has dropped plans to sue Queensland Nickel liquidators for $1.8 billion, a day after a judge castigated the former politician's legal team for turning up to court unprepared.
Australia would hit 3.2 per cent growth this year before slipping to 2.8 per cent next year, the IMF said.
Qantas has announced the latest participants in a program to give startups the chance to work with the airline to develop their business.