Renewable energy investment hit a new high in 2017, but analysts have warned that investment could collapse ...

A Federal Government body has explored the option of taxpayer support for Adani's embattled coal project.

British economists have warned of a potential bitcoin bubble.

Allianz and Suncorp will refund a combined $65.2 million to over 100,000 customers ...

The University of Technology Sydney is working with ANZ to inject artificial intelligence into insurance underwriting.

Two Queensland councils appear to have changed their tune over the ownership of an airstrip for Adani.

Unions are preparing to collect the public’s stories of banking misconduct, fraud and criminal activity ...

A new study suggests home ownership would increase and most households would be better off if negative gearing was scrapped.

A new report says perceived corruption in Australia’s public service may have wiped $72 billion from the national economy.

Microsoft Australia has paid an extra $39 million in tax following an ATO audit.

A giant ‘bank for banks’ says low interest rates are creating ‘zombie firms’.

Experts want Australian authorities to be proactive in regulating the cryptocurrency industry.

BHP has released a review questioning its membership of the World Coal Association (WCA) and Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) over energy policy.

The Federal Government has defended the hundreds of millions it has spent on management consultants.

Unions have issued a warning about the new version of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

The AMA wants a sugar tax to push people away from highly-sweetened drinks.

Even without the Queensland's rejection, Adani's $1 billion NAIF loan is unlikely to be approved.

The Productivity Commission says decentralisation is not a fix for struggling regional economies.

Approval has been granted for medicinal cannabis exports.

Spotify is being sued for at least $US1.6 billion over copyright infringement.

The Fair Work Ombudsman says most Pizza Hut outlets are failing to comply with workplace laws.

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