KFC franchisee Collins Foods is growing in Australia and plans to boost its European operations over the next year after posting a dip in full-year profit.
A greater number of units are reselling at a loss compared to houses across the country, according to figures from a new CoreLogic report.
Retirement village owner Aveo Group's shares have fallen as the company finds itself at the centre of a media investigation into its business practices.
House prices in Sydney and Melbourne are still going up, with the median house price in Sydney more than $1 million.
ASX-listed shopping centre owner Vicinity Centre has sold two non-core assets - one retail precinct in NSW and another in Victoria, for $77 million.
Rio Tinto could adjourn a planned general meeting of shareholders to vote on Yancoal's bid, if Glencore's revised offer is considered superior.
Suncorp subsidiary Vero NZ has made an improved $NZ236.1 million ($A227.2 million) takeover bid for New Zealand insurer Tower.
Caltex Australia has received regulatory approval to purchase Gull New Zealand, less than seven weeks after completing its takeover of Milemaker Petroleum.
Food and grocery wholesaler Metcash's full-year net profit is down 21 per cent to $171.9 million, but the company has declared a final dividend of 4.5 cents.
Shipbuilder Austal has won a $779 million contract to build a US Navy Independence Class Littoral Combat Ship at its shipyard in Mobile, Alabama.
Food and grocery wholesaler Metcash's CEO Ian Morrice will step down from the role in 2018 after five years as company head.
Three Australian employees of Crown Resorts could be released from a Chinese jail within months after being handed nine and 10-month sentences for gambling...
Creditors have met for the first time on Monday to discuss possible futures for the embattled broadcaster Ten Network.
Three Australians are among the 19 Crown Resorts employees to face a closed courtroom trial at Shanghai's Baoshan District Court on Monday.
Australian shares will open flat on Monday with "second tier data" expected for the week and following modest gains led by tech stocks on Wall Street.
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