Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg says he will pay $US500 million to close coal-fired power plants across the US.

The Australian economy has slowed to the weakest level since the global financial crisis.

The ATO is involved in over 50 joint investigations into global tax crime alongside four of its international counterparts.

Federal MPs have been granted a two per cent pay rise.

Another provider has been charged as part of a giant international airline price-fixing cartel.

ANZ has sold its Australian life insurance business for $2.85 billion.

Australia's productivity growth is slowing.

Former Ipswich mayor Andrew Antoniolli has been found guilty of fraud.

A Melbourne gardener has launched legal action against Monsanto in Australia’s first Roundup lawsuit.

Telstra is accelerating its efforts to cut nearly 10,000 jobs.

Reforms to set up the new centralised Services Australia agency have been signed.

The ATO is expected to send hundreds of thousands of “please explain” letters this year ...

James Packer has sold close to half his stake in Crown Resorts.

Australia's National Electricity Market (NEM) and power generators are being hobbled by policy and pricing limitations, a major study of the sector says.

Public servants will do some heavy lifting for the Victorian Government to meet its budget goals.

There are calls this week for the Brisbane City Council’s investment arm to be shut down over “substantial” risks to ratepayer money.

TPG and Vodafone have filed a legal case over the ACCC’s move to block their $15 billion merger.

The Queensland Premier says Adani’s Carmichael coal mine should be approved within 3 weeks.

The president of the AMA says Australia’s health system is becoming concerningly similar to the United States'.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has put the hard word on federal department secretaries.

A former government minister has been appointed chair of the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA).

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