A new report says technology will make 5 million Australians redundant in the next 15 years.

Analysts have unleashed savage downgrades on their views of Woolworths’ stock, following the departure of chief executive Grant O'Brien and the sacking of 1,200 workers.

Two class action lawsuits against Cash Converters have been settled out of court, which will see partial refunds of thousands of customers who were charged up to 633 per cent interest on loans.

Reserve Bank figures show Australian banks pulled in $12 billion in fees in 2014, with credit cards bringing the strongest growth.

KPMG, administrator of collapsed broking firm BBY, says a great deal more money is missing from client accounts.

The Federal Government is celebrating its newly-sealed China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA), but unions and industry groups fear the deal will put jobs at risk.

A major rural employer has partnered with the Black Dog Institute to bring better mental health services to remote parts of WA.

The gap between rich and poor in advanced economies is now at its highest level in decades.

The Australian Government will not be able to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership as quickly as it hoped, with the United States Congress voting to slow down the negotiations.

The ACCC has heard concerns about internet company TPG’s proposed takeover of iiNet.

Global credit ratings agency Fitch has handed negative ratings outlooks to BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Anglo American.

Fox is becoming even more of a family affair. 

Gina Rinehart's company Roy Hill is funding a charity to provide training, education and cultural benefits in Western Australia's Pilbara region.

The World Bank has warned of a rocky road ahead for emerging economies, as the US moves to tighten its monetary policy.

The Abbott government wants to allow public service bosses to ditch the Comcare workers' compensation fund.

Virgin Group Founder Richard Branson has announced the company will offer one year fully paid leave for new parents, male and female.

An author on a range of workplace issues says HR is dead.

The Group of Seven world leaders’ conference in Germany has finished with a pledge to ‘decarbonise’ the global economy.

ASIC has launched the second stage of its Financial Advisers Register (FAR) which now includes information about advisers’ qualifications, training and memberships of professional bodies.

Hedge fund billionaire John Paulson has donated $US400 million ($AU520 million) to Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the largest gift in the school’s history.

Australia’s imports are exceeding exports by nearly $3.9 billion, as the nation posts its worst monthly trade deficit on record.

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