Young jobseekers are reportedly being paid just $4 an hour under a federal government internship program.

Analysts say the public sector is propping up employment and the economy.

NAB has picked up the former chief of the Royal bank of Scotland as its new CEO.

The unemployment rate remains at 5.2 per cent, despite the creation of 500 jobs in June.

The world’s biggest, heaviest gold coin, crafted by the Perth Mint, is now at the New York Stock Exchange.

The Federal Government says APRA can do its job properly, despite a detailed report showing it is not.

A new Senate inquiry will look at the federal government's plans for Northern Australia.

New analysis has found migrants are not a threat to local jobs.

The US Federal Trade Commission has approved a $US 5 billion ($A7.1 billion) settlement with Facebook.

CSIRO’s Data Standards Body has welcomed the live use of banking Product Reference Data standards.

ASIC says consumer credit insurance (CCI) provides “extremely poor value for money”.

The Queensland Government has agreed to pay a $190 million settlement over unpaid wages.

Research has found significant sexism and discrimination within Australia's largest defence companies.

Australians could see a $270 a year cut to their electricity bills with a gas reservation policy, new analysis suggests.

The Morrison government has launched a review of workplace laws.

After several rounds of student climate strikes, advocates say it is now the adults’ turn.

Deutsche Bank is sacking thousands of staff worldwide, starting in Sydney.

There are new claims that the Murray Darling scheme has become a colossal waste of money.

Business groups and the stock market are celebrating the passage of $158 billion in personal income tax cuts.

The Coalition says it is committed to a plan to change capital gains tax for expats, despite the window for its initial bill closing.

Australia’s largest live export company Wellard is selling a ship to help shore up its finances.

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