A national garlic bread shortage sparked by a recall of the product by a major supplier is set to ease with the favourite side returning to some retailers.
Deputy, which has developed software to simplify workforce management, has received a $US25 million ($A33 million) funding boost from a US venture capital firm.
Oroton has disappointed investors with a weak trading update on Friday, including a 10 per cent fall in like-for-like sales for the year to date.
Energy producer Santos has narrowly topped its guidance for output and sales for last year.

Alcoa secures power for Vic smelter

Alcoa's struggling Victorian aluminium smelter is set to fully reopen after the company inked a four-year power supply deal with AGL.
Spending across the economy rose in December, with consumers and businesses starting to heal from the global geopolitical shocks of 2016, CBA says.
BHP Billiton has reached a preliminary agreement with Brazil's federal prosecutor on the timeline to settle a civil claim over the Samarco mine disaster.
Moody's has raised he credit rating of iron ore exporter Fortescue Metals one notch to 'Ba1', its second upgrade since August.
Dairy processor Bega Cheese has brought Vegemite back into Australian hands.
Baby food maker Bellamy's Australia has urged shareholders to reject a move by its largest shareholder to shake up its board.
Economist says jobs growth last year was primarily for women and part-time positions, with most of the workforce wanting a full-time job or least more hours.
Dick Smith says he is delighted that Vegemite has returned to the Aussie hands of Bega Cheese and will consider selling his gluten free spread to the company.
South32 remains on track to hit full-year guidance despite a challenging quarter of lower production for several of its commodities.
Energy giant Woodside expects to produce between 84 to 90 Mboe this year, down from its full year production of 94.9 Mboe in 2016.

CSL shares jump on profit upgrade

Investors have snapped up CSL shares after the blood products heavyweight upgraded its annual profit guidance, forecasting growth of between 18 and 20 per cent.

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