Harvey Norman has confirmed the corporate regulator is conducting a routine review of its 2016 financial year accounts.
A leading shareholder group says it its maintaining its focus on improving disclosure of executive salaries and fairness in capital raisings.
Ratings agency Moody's says domestic airfares have hit a five-year high, which should deliver financial benefits for Qantas and Virgin Australia.
Collins Foods is buying 16 KFC restaurants in the Netherlands, adding to the 12 it owns in Germany and 192 in Australia.
ASIC says CommInsure used outdated medical definitions to assess trauma claims - concerns first expressed by the insurer's former chief medical officer.
The success of its online pharmacy website in China has Sigma Pharmaceuticals considering expansion of the business.
An almost year-long ASIC investigation found no evidence CommInsure pressured doctors to change medical opinions but says it fell short of community standards.
Building products group Brickworks expects the building boom on Australia's east coast to continue for another two to three years.
Failed kids fashion chain Pumpkin Patch will be relaunched online in July by the parent company of online clothing and homewares site CatchOfTheDay.
The Reserve Bank has left the official cash rate at its record low of 1.75 per cent but is keeping an eye on the global economy and world events.
Rare trading conditions make it tough to predict where the Australian share market is headed, says the chairman of a major investment group.
ING is under criminal investigation by Dutch authorities for alleged money laundering and corrupt practices.
Washington H. Soul Pattinson has built up a 46.3 per cent stake in ethical fund manager Hunter Hall International.
Bankwest is shutting its corporate banking services outside of its home state of WA and moving customers to parent Commonwealth Bank.
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