The News South Wales ICAC is cutting staff, while public support for anti-corruption courts grows.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has backed nbn Co’s revenue controls for 2014-15.

Shell Australia chairman Andrew Smith says burning so much brown coal is absurd.

Renewable energy is taking over as stats show green power has grown while fossil fuels tumble.

The outlook for Peabody Energy is pretty rough, after it posted a near-$3 billion loss and warned it could be pulled into its US parent’s bankruptcy issues.

A new survey says confidence in financial planners is down, while trust in the financial services industry overall has improved.

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has paid over $4.8 million in compensation from its Open Advice Review Program.

A public service agency is trying a radical new method to increase its female workforce - asking women what they want.

Chinese firm HNA Aviation will buy a 13 per cent stake in Virgin Australia, after a deal was struck overnight.

Analysts say it is hard to overstate the impact of the closure of the Arrium steel works.

The new head of the Australian Medical Association (AMA) says GPs cannot handle frozen Medicare rebates much longer.

An auditor’s report has found little to praise about West Australian government websites.

The Finance Sector Union has come out in support of a Royal Commission into the banking sector, in the wake of repeated scandals.

Meriton's Harry Triguboff is now Australia’s richest person after Gina Rinehart’s fortune was savaged.

Two former executives of Sigma Pharmaceuticals have been fined but avoided immediate jail time for falsifying company accounts.

The Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC) has serious concerns about the $9 billion carve up of Asciano.

The Minister for Women has rejected a call from Human Rights Commission staff for specific domestic violence leave.

The Federal Government is cracking down on the kind of wage fraud that has seen 7-Eleven workers systemically ripped-off.

Researchers say businesses that try to ‘go green’ could find themselves doing more harm than good, if people think the corporations are profiting from the initiatives.

Reports say least two NBN employees will be sacked and arrested within days, as federal police investigate leaks.

ANZ has announced over 200 job cuts in more than 130 locations this week, with 6 separate restructures running simultaneously.

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