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Afterpay shares are in a trading halt as the company raises $800 million in a capital raising, and the founders also sell down 10 per cent of their stake.
Australian Industry Group chief executive Innes Willox says the NSW-Victoria border closure is a sledgehammer hit to the nation’s economic recovery.
New report outlines recommendations to boost trade with Asia.
Pharmacy and retail workers could be up to $4800 worse off a year.
Microsoft says it will shut nearly all of its stores around the world and “reimagine” the physical space at its centre in Sydney.
The prime minister is working on welfare reform and urging states to open their borders as he seeks to deal with huge job losses as a result of the coronavirus.
A report by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency says having women in senior leadership positions increases a company’s performance.
Australia Post executives due to meet with key Senate crossbench MPs about its plans to temporarily change its delivery model due to the coronavirus.
Treasurer hints there might be more support for the tourism sector after a $60 billion accounting error in JobKeeper payments was uncovered.
The Australian Industry Group says industrial relations will play a big role in reviving the economy.
A slower rate of job losses through the back half of April is expected to show up in new payroll data.
Fast food chain to close stores and deep-clean after a driver made deliveries while he was asymptomatic and unaware he had COVID-19.
More than 99 per cent of shareholders approved the rebrand.
Australian dollar rises, but ASX looks to fall on international concerns.
The Morrison government will give businesses advice on how to prepare for life with coronavirus when economic restrictions are lifted.
A six-month recovery plan from coronavirus measures would cost Australia’s economy more than $400 billion, modelling by the Business Council of Australia shows.
Many fear their companies won’t survive the pandemic, a survey of thousands of chief executives shows.
Metcash has begun a $330 million equity raising, saying it needs fiscal flexibility during the coronavirus crisis.
Caltex and fuel retailer Alimentation Couche-Tard have ended talks about an acquisition due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Grattan Institute says substantial stimulus measures will be needed to help lift the economy once the COVID-19 pandemic has passed.
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