Apple chief executive Tim Cook says Apple Pay will launch on Monday.
The Reserve Bank is warning investors snapping up multiple properties to be careful.
Wealthy Australians are world leaders when it comes to property investment, but record low interest rates may be stirring worries of a bubble.
Myer boss Bernie Brookes' pay package has risen slightly despite his failure to stop the department store chain's profit slide.
Economists have hailed Gough Whitlam as a visionary who opened Australia to the world and helped lay the foundations for future growth.
China's economic growth stagnated to 7.3 per cent last quarter, which was lower than expansion of 7.5 per cent in the previous three months.
The RBA is going to keep its interest rate at a record low of 2.5 per cent despite a booming housing market.
Cabcharge has rebuffed an approach by US fleet car giant Fleetcor about buying its taxi payments business.
Southern Cross Austereo chairman Max Moore-Wilton has called on the Abbott government to reform media ownership laws.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have reached a deal that clarifies conditions in which banks could be required to buy back mortgages they sell.
Fletcher Building expects earnings to be flat in the first half of this financial year but recover in the second half.
Rising house prices are helping give consumer confidence a leg up, ANZ's chief economist says.
Newcrest Mining's gold production fell 12 per cent in the September quarter but that was offset by strong gains in cost cutting.
The Foreign Investment Review Board has approved the $1.4 billion takeover of Goodman Fielder, but the deal still needs approval from Chinese authorities.
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