Energy producer and retailer Origin Energy has withdrawn a plan to grant equity incentives to two top executives following its forced capital raising.
Volkswagen says more than 77,000 cars sold in Australia are affected by the company's worldwide diesel emissions cheating scam.
Lured by a low Aussie dollar, tourists from China and Hong Kong are flocking to Australia and may overtake NZ as our biggest source of travellers.
Many of Australia's richest families have moved into property to boost their already considerable wealth.
Sobering outlooks for Australia's major Asian trading partners could lead to weaker economic growth in 2016, JP Morgan says.
Many Australians are guilty of lax behaviour when it comes to protecting themselves online.
Global resources giant Glencore says its Australian coal operations remain under review as prices remain under pressure.

Time for investors to be patient

A listed investment fund says short-term share market returns are very volatile, but investors will still build wealth over the long term.
LBT's automated culture plate analysis technology has been successfully tested against a panel of three microbiologists.
Speaking at a start-up event in Sydney, Malcolm Turnbull said governments should always be agile and alive to the need to shift position based on events.

Ford seals local supply deals

Car maker Ford Australia has sealed deals to source vehicle parts from 63 local suppliers as it switches its focus to design.

Telstra retail boss to depart

Telstra Retail group executive Gordon Ballantyne, who had been a contender for the chief executive position, will leave the company in December.
The construction industry expanded for a second month in September, thanks to Australia's hot property market.
Insurance giant IAG has appointed the leader of its digital innovation efforts to replace CEO Mike Wilkins when he steps down in November.
A popular London and New York-based coding school will open up in Sydney in 2016 to help local professionals engage with 'the language of the future'.

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