Commonwealth Bank chairman Catherine Livingstone says there will be consequences for staff found guilty of serious misconduct - including dismissal.
UBS analysts say prices in east coast gas market will not come down over the next few years.
NAB CEO Andrew Thorburn says the bank lifted interest-only mortgage rates primarily to meet regulatory requirements, not to make more money.
Some subscribers of Telstra's AFL match streaming app will receive a refund from the telco after the consumer watchdog raised disclosure concerns.
BHP Billiton's new chairman has cautioned activist shareholders that the board will ultimately determine the company's direction.
Adairs has paid a $66,000 fine after the corporate watchdog issued an infringement notice alleging the company had not complied with disclosure obligations.
Gaming machine business, Aristocrat Leisure, says it has completed the acquisition of Israel-based gaming company Plarium Global.
US food conglomerate Kraft Heinz has bought well-known gravy, condiments and dessert brands Gravox, Fountain and Foster Clark's.
China's strong demand for Australian wine has helped boost the value of wine exports by 13 per cent to $2.44 billion.
Westpac will refund about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive the correct discounts on home insurance and other products.
China's economy grew at a 6.8 per cent annual pace in the three months ending in September, down from the previous quarter's 6.9 per cent, official data shows.
Yowie Group has announced it will now distribute its chocolates in select Canadian retail outlets as part of a brand expansion outside the US.
ANZ shares have gained ground after the lender announced the $184 million selldown of its stake in a Filippino credit card joint venture.
Unemployment in Australia fell to 5.5 per cent in September, according to the latest official figures.
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