The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released a consultation package on Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions’ (ADIs) Points of Presence statistics.

The well-publicised hike in the price of an essential medicine this week raises serious issues about the design of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), an intellectual property expert has warned.

The ALP says it wants to encourage brilliant minds to start new companies in Australia.

Josh Frydenberg, the new Resources and Energy Minister and Minister for Northern Australia, is heading to the top of the country to push for new opportunities.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman has again spoken of the need to take on recommendations from the Harper Review of competition policy.

A new report from Greenpeace says that for the world to switch from climate-altering fossil fuels to renewable energy by 2050 would cost about $A1.39 trillion per year.

The world's biggest trade union says US energy giant Chevron has been profit-shifting to drive down the tax it pays in Australia.

Australian vitamin supplier Swisse has been sold for $1.67 billion to Hong Kong-listed firm Biostime.

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand says companies in both countries are too laid back about corruption, bribery and fraud.

Former BHP executive Libby Lyons has been appointed director of the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.

New studies show workplace drug and alcohol policies work, comprehensive policies really work – but mandatory testing alone does not.

The Federal Government is pushing to able to collect student debt from Australians living overseas.

APRA says it is satisfied with the big banks' efforts to boost capital reserves as a protection against a future financial crisis.

New figures suggest growth in living standards will dramatically slow in the coming decade, and actually decline for the country's most disadvantaged people.

New research has identified the migrant community as an untapped source of innovation and entrepreneurship.

UPDATE 15/09: The Oil Search executive board has unanimously rejected Woodside’s proposal, saying it was “highly opportunistic and grossly undervalues the company”.

A former financial services provider has been pleaded guilty for his role in a multi-million dollar home-loan fraud conspiracy.

Nigel Scullion says the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement will have a positive effect on Indigenous communities.

Assistant Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has suggested that businesses be “levied” to pay for the Australian Securities and Investment Commission, but one local expert says it would be against the public interest.

The royal commission into nuclear fuel cycles has opened in Adelaide, and its first witness has warned that Australia needs to catch up with other countries in combating greenhouse gas.

A top level expert in electronic engineering has warned that the Coalition’s National Broadband Network is a bad deal for Australia.

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Chiropractic is a surprisingly popular form of alternative medicine - so mainstream that it’s hardly ‘alternative’ and so non-scientific that it’s barely ‘medicine’.

Our cars are being programmed to kill us.

Blockchain is the programming that gives Bitcoin its value, but it could be much more than that. Blockchain could change the world.

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