Two top waste firms and their former bosses have been punished for taking part in the "most egregious form of anti-competitive behaviour".
Qantas' naming of former Telstra boss John Mullen as its next chairman has been welcomed by airline staff, who say he has an open-door approach to workers.
Australians working for major supermarket chains would lose their jobs if the federal government forced them to break-up, Anthony Albanese says.
Large Australian corporations are failing to meet global best practice when it comes to reducing their carbon dioxide emissions, according to a new study.
Using artificial intelligence technology in risky tasks such as social scoring and biometric identification could be banned in Australia by a new group.
A new report recommends changes to support more diversity in science, engineering and technology jobs, as the industry fails to embrace change.
Queensland's Court of Appeal has dismissed applications by Clive Palmer and his Coolum resort relating to charges before Brisbane Magistrates Court.
The firm behind Facebook has bold ambitions for artificial intelligence, with Mark Zuckerberg announcing plans to create the world's most popular AI services.
The use of artificial intelligence technology is expected to skyrocket in 2024 but experts warn of potential risks and the need for an Australian made version.
Australia's top cybersecurity agency has issued guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence technology, warning businesses about privacy and data risks.
Big companies running supermarkets have a responsibility to customers to not price gouge, the prime minister says, as the sector faces a review.
A judge has found Clive Palmer's nephew has given up his right to attend his own trial for contempt of court through his decision to move overseas.
Shareholders have grilled NAB's chairman over the banking giant's commitment to climate change at a heated annual general meeting.
Australian businessman Andrew Forrest and his wife Nicola have added handmade hat brand Akubra to the brands within their private investment group Tattarang.
Almost one in three businesses have yet to add an electric car to their fleet and half say they will not make a full move until after 2030, a new study finds.
Plans to offer charging stations for a monthly fee and without installation costs is hoped to put thousands more electric vehicles on Australian roads.
The competition watchdog has put the brakes on a move by private toll operator Transurban to take a majority share in the company that operates EastLink.
As the Aboriginal Enterprises in Mining, Energy and Exploration conference gets under way in Cairns, looking after heritage is high on the agenda.
Investors want to see more women in leadership roles and more gender diversity issues addressed by the companies they back, according to a survey.
Qantas has posted its first full-year profit after incurring $7 billion in losses during the pandemic, and has ordered two dozen new Boeing and Airbus aircraft.
Legal action against Telstra over its COVID-19 vaccination policy for employees has been discontinued, with documents showing it was funded by Clive Palmer.
An ASX200 company that operates nearly 300 funeral homes in three countries has agreed to be taken over by a US-based private equity firm.
Woolworths underpaid more than $1 million in long service leave to 1235 former employees, Victoria's wage watchdog says.
Eco-friendly delivery trucks could cost no more than diesel models by 2030, analysis has found, but policies are need for some of the biggest electric trucks.
Australian technology startups are challenging Silicon Valley ventures for investment but need changes to education and funding to take on big firms.
One of Australia's richest couples, Andrew and Nicola Forrest, have separated but will continue working together on their various business interests.
One of Australia's richest couples, Andrew and Nicola Forrest, have separated, but they will continue working together on their various business interests.
One in every two Australian businesses is likely to start electrifying vehicle fleets in the next two years and some are already stocking up on the cars.
A Queensland biotech firm will lead efforts to create a needle-free skin patch allowing people in remote areas to be vaccinated without medical staff.
The Australian economy appears to be weathering the interest rate cycle better than most had expected but mortgage holders are starting to crack.
Fierce competition for workers and government wage polices are expected to underpin strong wage growth in 2024, the federal budget papers confirm.