The CEO of News Corp says tech giants Google and Facebook face a “reckoning” in the form of more regulation.

The NT Government has a plan that it says will see net debt peak at $8.8 billion in 2026/27.

The Australian Academy of Science has measured the benefits of membership of major global science organisations.

The ACCC has signed a deal with the FBI to strengthen efforts to combat cartels and anti-competitive action.

Rio Tinto has counted the cost of damage at its Pilbara iron ore port by tropical cyclones.

After over a decade and $51 billion, the federal government says the NBN will be completed by next year.

The OECD says the rich should be taxed more to help the middle class.

Uber has released financial details ahead of a public offering in the US.

Home Affairs is moving ahead with plans to privatise the visa processing system.

The Coalition has pushed through almost 50 appointments to boards, advisory councils and postings before calling the election.

The Federal Government says it will spend $129 million extending cashless debit card trials nationwide.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor says the Federal Government will consider underwriting a coal baseload power station.

Fortescue has approved its second major iron ore mine development in just 12 months.

UPDATE: Environment Minister Melissa Price has approved Adani's groundwater plan.

A parliamentary inquiry has recommended Australia keep its controversial franking credit scheme.

New ATO stats show 69 Australian millionaires did not pay income tax last financial year.

The federal public sector will grow and become more cyber-capable in the coming year ...

The Senate rushed the passage of dozens of bills in a pre-election spree this week.

Oil and gas giants have accumulated $324 billion worth of tax credits in 2017-18, meaning many will not pay tax for years to come.

Bruce Mathieson Jr has offered to pay for community services in exchange for more favourable treatment for gaming venues.

NBN Co is moving to kill off 12Mbps broadband plans, pushing users onto more expensive deals.

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