Lotteries and wagering firm Tatts Group is giving its wagering division a complete makeover.
Drops in the Australian dollar have helped winemaker Australian Vintage, but it also faces fierce competition and a smaller crop, its chairman says.
Suncorp boss Patrick Snowball expects the financial system inquiry to address the major banks' advantage of their smaller rivals.
Online travel group Webjet says its core market, domestic travel, is set to remain flat for the rest of this financial year.
Continuing falls in sales at Sizzler restaurants have contributed to a loss for its owner, which says it will review the business in early 2015.
The Packer family's investment vehicle, Ellerston, has sliced its stake it gaming outfit Tabcorp with the sale of 7.7m shares.
Construction has taken a tumble, as the mining investment slowdown and government belt-tightening take a toll.
Regional airline Rex has told shareholders passenger numbers have stopped declining and fuel prices have remained low.
Santos is considering a capital raising to protect its balance sheet in the face of weak oil prices, but predicts energy prices will rebound.
Shares in Mount Gibson Iron have been placed in a trading halt as the company faces more delays in repairs at a pit in the Kimberley.
Federal and state governments are being urged by Cabcharge to take action against ride-sharing service Uber amid claims it is illegal.
Iron ore prices have hit a fresh five-year low, putting further pressure on miners, with the share price of smaller players falling sharply.
Blackberry is offering iPhone users in Canada and the United States up to $US400 cash back plus a $US150 gift card to trade in for a Blackberry.
America's Home Depot is facting dozens of lawsuits related to a massive, months-long breach of data that was revealed in September.
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