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.

Telstra is building fibre-optic networks across the Asia-Pacific region.

An education union official has accused fast food giant McDonald’s of paying its workers below award rates.

Five-time golf major champion Phil Mickelson has reportedly made almost $US1 million in an insider trading scheme.

Peak bodies are calling on all political parties to commit to long-term infrastructure spending free from political folly.

Australia could be rising as a ‘hotspot’ for economic crime, with over ten per cent of Australian organisations reporting losses of at least $1 million.

Clive Palmer, the retiring federal MP and chief spender of other people’s money, is suing the administrators of his Queensland Nickel refinery in Townsville for $1.2 billion.

PPB Advisory - the administrators of the failed Linc Energy – says the company should be placed into liquidation.

A major super fund says there is almost no difference between the major parties’ superannuation policies.

Research by the Tax Justice Network shows over $12 trillion has been siphoned out of emerging economies into the shadowy world of offshore finance.

Commsec data shows ATM use has hit a near record low, leading economists to speculate on how just long we will keep using cash.

Big banks are moving to plug gaps in response to reports that hundreds of mortgages have been approved based on falsified documents about foreign income.

7-Eleven has announced it is getting rid of an independent wage panel established to assess workers' entitlements.

Save the Children has released a new report revealing Australia’s luckiest and toughest places to be a mum.

Explosives firm Orica has seen a 33 per cent slump in half-year profits.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s name has appeared in the Panama Papers database.

Analysts say superannuation will not be a significant end of financial year tax planning strategy for some, after this week's Budget changes.

The Reserve Bank says more interest rate cuts could be on the way, if wages, inflation, and the housing market do not improve.

Australian experts are looking at crypto-currency coding to boost government services.

State governments have given a mixed reading of this week’s Budget, depending largely on the political leaning of their leaders.

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