Stationery and pyjamas are expected to continue to drive Premier Investments' profits thanks to Smiggle and Peter Alexander.
Australia's four biggest banks say they have listened to consumer complaints by axing the $2 fee to withdraw cash from a competitor's ATM.
Moody's has downgraded the UK's credit rating by one notch to Aa2, citing weakening finances and the impact of its decision to exit the European Union.
A smaller number has bought the new iPhone 8 as many fans hold out for Apple's premium iPhone X due out in November despite the hefty $US999 price tag.
Smiggle and Peter Alexander are expected to show strong underlying earnings growth that will help offset weakness elsewhere in Solomon Lew's retail empire.
Fairfax Media shareholders will vote on the separation of the Domain real estate business on November 2.
Fitch Ratings has warned that BHP's planned shale gas exit and potential share buybacks or special dividends could hurt its credit profile.
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but just $1.16 million was linked to the network's performance.
Commonwealth Bank could launch a share buyback to redistribute capital raised by the sale of its life insurance and global asset management businesses.
Seven West Media says it's talked and walked on regional broadcaster Prime after the two companies failed to agree terms for combining their assets.
Rio Tinto will buy back further shares worth $US2.5 billion as the mining giant returns proceeds from its recent sale of its NSW coal operations.
Arrium's customers, lenders and suppliers have begun receiving the proceeds of the steel company's sale, but will get only a fraction of what they are owed.
Fairfax Media's year-to-date revenue continues to decline ahead of the possible release of documents for its planned Domain spinoff.
Australian wine distributor Dawine is hoping to grab some attention at a four-wheel-drive festival in the Gobi desert.
Former Crown Resorts chief executive Rowen Craigie could receive around $9.2 million in termination benefits after 10 years in charge of the casinos operator.

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