Broadcaster Seven Network will have a new boss when James Warburton steps down at the end of the financial year after an eventful period for the company.
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Australians are making painful adjustments to cost of living pressures and higher interest rates but are overall proving resilient.
Higher international fuel prices driven by oil production cuts and strong demand, combined with a lower US dollar exchange rate, are pushing up petrol prices.
A business summit has heard Australia should not introduce laws around the use of artificial intelligence or it could risk being left behind other countries.
A parliamentary inquiry has called for continued funding for social housing in a comprehensive report on Australia's rental crisis.
Bank of Queensland is the latest Australian company to suffer a first strike to its remuneration report after a year of falling profits and regulatory strife.
The Australian economy almost came to standstill last quarter, with clear signs of financial pain in the household sector.
Some Westpac customers have been unable to reach their accounts after an apparent online outage, as the bank says it is working to rectify the issue.
Westpac customers have again been able to access their accounts after the bank said a "routine technology update" resulted in an online outage.
Borrowers have been spared more cash rate pain at the final Reserve Bank of Australia policy meeting of the year.
Origin Energy shareholders have sunk Brookfield's $20 billion takeover bid and the promise of tens of billions of dollars extra in renewables investment.
COP28's Emirati hosts have set a fast pace on cheque signing amid the United Nations climate summit's biggest-ever attendance from business and finance firms.
The Withers and Barlow families have sold one of Australia's most recognisable brands to a Japanese joint venture, which is promising to grow it further.
The housing market downturn of last year has been completely unwound, but the pace of growth is slowing.
State and federal treasurers are yet to reach an agreement on the GST no worse off guarantee but talks are set to continue at national cabinet next week.
Post offices are increasingly filling the void when rural banks shut down, but they're not always paid for their services, a Senate inquiry has been told.
Ways to get Australians donating more to charities and volunteering their time have been detailed in a Productivity Commission report.
The Reserve Bank interest rate decision and growth statistics for the September quarter to dominate the economic agenda this week.
The federal treasurer has introduced legislation that will underpin the biggest set of reforms at the Reserve Bank in decades.
Queensland has made the case for more federal funding for roads and rail after the Commonwealth slashed infrastructure funding for projects around the country.
The president-designate for the upcoming COP28 climate talks has denied a report alleging the UAE planned to use the summit to strike oil and gas deals.
The mid-year budget update will reveal a substantial improvement to the bottom line, but not a surplus, the federal treasurer says.
The climate crisis is being made worse by an information crisis, with some Australian outlets accused of peddling fake news and adding to confusion and delay.
Cooling inflation figures have improved the chances of the Reserve Bank keeping interest rates on hold.
The Queensland government has announced a $4.6 billion contract with transport construction company Downer as the primary manufacturer
PwC has been fined nearly $100,000 after a disciplinary tribunal found it brought discredit on the accounting profession.
Queensland is spending more on infrastructure than the federal government is "in the whole of Australia", the state's premier says.
Consumers hit the pause button on spending in the lead up to the Black Friday sales period, official retail trade data suggests.
Bank of England's Andrew Hauser will be the next deputy governor of Australia's central bank, bringing a "fresh, global perspective" to the key institution.
More Australians are struggling to meet financial obligations such as paying for food and basic goods, mortgage repayments, or funding an emergency.
An increase in the number of women in leadership roles has helped reduce the gender pay gap but cultural change is needed to eliminate it entirely, data shows.