APRA is clamping down on interest-only loans in a bid to douse the burning property market.

Westinghouse Electric has filed for bankruptcy after billions of dollars of cost overruns at four nuclear reactors under construction in the US.

Digital Transformation Minister Angus Taylor says the Government will spend nearly $10 billion on IT this financial year.

A review has heard Centrelink hit at least 21,000 families with bogus Family Tax Benefit debts last year.

The Federal Government has ordered the ACCC to look at retail electricity prices.

Activists have scaled the Commonwealth Bank of Australia's Sydney headquarters to protest coal financing.

Councils are pushing the Treasurer to restore indexation to Financial Assistance Grants (FAGs) in the Budget ...

Laing O’Rourke says it was forced to quit work on a gargantuan liquid natural gas (LNG) facility in Darwin because it has not been paid.

Private equity firm TPG Capital will soon attempt to buy Fairfax Media, according to reports in Fairfax papers.

Law firm Slater and Gordon has been cleared of falsifying its financial records and accounts.

The push for a commission of inquiry into Australia's scandal-plagued banking system is gaining momentum.

The Federal Government’s childcare system overhaul has passed the Senate.

Economist Saul Eslake says retirees are having to use their superannuation to pay off mortgages.

Unions claim ACCC chair Rod Sims has broken the public service code of conduct.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wants to jail union officials and employers who make illegitimate secret payments.

CommBank has partnered with the University of New South Wales to develop a centre of expertise for cyber security ...

The energy industry has just a few weeks until the review of the petroleum resource rent tax (PRRT) is released.

Western Australia's largest gas retailer Alinta Energy has been sold to a Hong Kong-based company.

ASIC says it is going through Australian banks to crack down on dodgy mortgage lending practices.

The BCA says serious budget repair is needed to avoid big cuts to social services and living standards.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics is sacking over 150 staff to balance its shrinking budget.

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