On the advice of the US foreign investment watchdog, the President has closed the door on Broadcom's takeover of Qualcomm.
Party leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Julius Malema's aggressive rhetoric has the potential to incite more violence against white farmers in South Africa.
Space X has accelerated its push towards Mars colonisation, with Elon Musk revealing that the super rocket currently in construction could be ready to launch early in 2019.
President Donald Trump has left the door ajar for other allies, after granting Mexico and Canada exemptions from the steel and aluminium tariffs.
Gun buyers must be 21 and teachers will have the right to be armed, under new legislation in Florida
A controversial gun control bill, which permits trained teachers to carry firearms, just awaits Governor Rick Scott's signature.
The list of Mattel's "shero" dolls lengthens as a host of wonder women are honoured with miniature models of themselves.
The government is ramping up its fight against gender discrimination, announcing plans to roll out software that can monitor unfair pay discrepancies.
An Australian company has integrated machine learning and artificial intelligence to develop technology that will put an end to supermarket checkout cheating.
The former Los Angeles Laker’s Dear Basketball won an Academy Award for best animated short film, continuing a trend towards sports stars taking charge of their own media narratives.
News Corp and Telstra are inching closer to the public listing of the combined Foxtel entity, after the two parties indicated the merger will be finalised within the next four months.
With the European Union vowing to return fire, and a host of trade partners slamming the move to impose the tariffs, Republican lawmakers have turned on the President too.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is cracking down on cryptocurrency companies operating outside of its laws.
Spotify has filed for a direct public offering, a risky listing strategy that could see its ordinary shares dive "significantly and rapidly".
Dick's Sporting Goods Inc has taken the extraordinary steps of removing assault-style rifles from all its stores, and raising the gun-buyer age limit to 21.
In a week, Vero has gone from obscurity to the hottest app in social media. But its rise in popularity has been matched by the shady business dealings of its founder.
Revellers in Oxford Street on Saturday night for Mardi Gras will be free to roam between venues in the wee hours, thanks to the government's goodwill gift to the LGBTIQ community.
The UK banking group has revealed its female investment bankers are being paid almost half that of their male colleagues.
Raj Nair has accepted he breached the automaker's behavioural standards, issuing an apology over undisclosed "incidents".
Qantas has exceeded its own financial forecasts for the first half of the year, improving its underlying before tax profit by more than $100 million.
An inquiry has begun to ascertain what personal information the tech giants are gathering on their Australian consumers.
Three men used the threat of physical harm to try and keep a key witness from pointing the finger at them.
Why is Amazon incentivising its employees to walk away from the company?
A medical device facility is taking a fresh approach to staff retention.
Unbeknown to Matt Berriman, he was battling bipolar disorder while leading his tech start-up to dizzying heights. Now he's made the brave decision to open up about the mental illness as he relieves himself of the day-to-day responsibilities as CEO.
Myer needs an urgent turnaround and Richard Umbers isn't the man for the job, according to the retail group.
Couples looking to get hitched in Sin City this Valentine's Day can get their licences at the baggage collection area next to a 24-hour flower vending machine and bottle shop.
The UK-based charity is expected to hand over all the details of its internal investigation into sexual exploitation, as the British government threatens to withdraw its millions in state aid.
The current world record holding colourless diamond demanded $260,000 per carat, but this rare 'flawless' stone found in Botswana is expected to push north of $320,000 per carat when it is sold privately.
Beijing behemoth JD.com will open an Australian base this month in response to the ever-increasing international demand for top-quality Australian and New Zealand products.
The Las Vegas and Macau heavyweight continues to deny allegations made against him by former workers but has opted to stand down in the best interest of Wynn Resorts.
The yogawear company has kept mum about the specific reasons for Laurent Potdevin's sudden exit but alludes to breaches of behavioural standards.
A 'lady-friendly' Doritos concept has been slammed as sexist for what appears to be an underlying belief that women need to be more quiet and cause less mess while munching on the popular snack.
Space X's super rocket has taken off without hiccup, and space enthusiasts are seeing it as one giant leap towards Musk's ultimate goal of settling Mars.
Tourism Australia's prank movie teasers were so good, its American viewers are demanding the film gets made.
Telstra saw itself owning the 'next Youtube' but its huge investment in a Silicon Valley start-up came to nought.
No less than 37 cases of salmonella infections have been linked to Lactalis' milk in the last year alone, prompting a mass recall and factory shut down.
On the eve of the Foxtel-Fox Sports merger, Peter Tonagh feels 'the time is right' to move on, paving the way for Patrick Delany's succession.
Pierre Agnes's empty boat washed ashore in south-west France, after he told port authorities a thick fog was preventing his return.
David Beckham's ownership consortium is celebrating the Major League Soccer's decision to green-light Miami's inclusion in the top-flight competition.
Its engagement survey suggests that bad bosses aren’t the reason employees leave, unfulfilling work is.
The CBA has promoted from within, selecting a young, rising executive to take over from Ian Narev and rebuild customers' trust in the under fire bank.
Ingvar Kamprad created a flat-pack empire and made furniture available to everyone not just the rich.
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The 2018 PricewaterhouseCoopers CEO survey found respondents optimistic about economic growth, but less certain of long-term prospects and increasingly wary of a fractured society.
Mark Zuckerberg announced plans to start filtering out fake news on the social media network, which has prompted Rupert Murdoch to call for reputable news outlets to receive a carriage fee for their work.
Customers walk in, take what they want and then walk out — it gives a new meaning to the term convenience store.
Over the Christmas break Antony Catalano realised he was spending too much time apart from his young family, so he made the tough decision to resign as head of the recently listed property company.
Alan Joyce insists corporate rate slashing to 25% would allow Australian companies to compete internationally and boost the domestic economy.
Passengers feared for their lives when told to brace for impact after hearing "a loud disturbing noise" off the coast of Western Australia.
A game reserve body in Namibia has produced a tongue-in-cheek video promoting the nation as the number one "s***hole country" in Africa.
The iPhone maker will take advantage of the new tax legislation and repatriate hundreds of billions in overseas profits to invest domestically.
Donald Trump is expected to reveal the winners of his "dishonesty and bad reporting" awards on January 17, and comedians Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah have done everything within their power to be recognised for leading the public astray.
Union secretary Alex Claassens says its members have been left with no choice but to strike.
The 12-time grand slam champion blindsided a number of his fellow tennis stars in Melbourne when he revealed a plot to start a players-only union and hold the ATP to ransom.
The auto-maker that it will increase its investment in the electric vehicle market from $4.5 billion to $11 billion.
The Fed Express has tried to shrug off red hot favouritism for the Australian Open, but individual sport's greatest ever prize-money earner has his work cut out doing so.
Two Sydney musos are taking Sheeran to court, accusing the pop-star of plagiarising their chart-topping song almost "note-for-note".
The billionaire investor has narrowed down Berkshire Hathaway's next-in-line to two of his top executives.
A private firm's ship is en route to a search area off the west coast of Australia, aiming to locate the wreckage of the passenger jet that vanished in 2014.
JP Morgan believes the retail giant is ideally positioned to grow to be a trillion dollar company.
Woodman’s 2018 salary was slashed on the back of GoPro announcing lower than expected preliminary results from the 2017 Fourth Quarter.
With the collection of biometric data becoming a business norm, security experts stress a line needs to be drawn.
With the government set to permit the export of medicinal cannabis products, a number of companies are licking their lips.
A doomed seaplane excursion has claimed the lives of high profile British executive Richard Cousins, four of his close family members, and the pilot.
Britain First, American Renaissance and League of the South have had their accounts suspended, but former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke and other high-profile white nationalists have avoided the cull as Twitter's new policy enforcement raises eyebrows.
Less than six months after being released from prison, Curtis has been handed the keys to a start-up aiming to raise $60 million for the roll-out of a controversial healthcare app.
With two of the 'big six' Hollywood studios set to unify, the likes of Warner Bros. and Universal will have their work cut out staying competitive.
Sir Frank has agreed to sell Westfield Corp for almost A$33 billion, saying the time is right to step back from executive roles and focus on building the family's wealth through investment.
Highly-respected administrator Raelene Castle has been given the nod to lead the revival of rugby union in Australia.
The Murdoch estate, worth $30 million in 2013, is in imminent danger as the California wildfires close in on the playground of the rich and famous.
After big-name companies recently pulled advertising with the Google-owned platform, YouTube is set to spend big to better control its content.
Despite pleading guilty to child pornography charges, the former A Current Affair reporter has been given a three year good behaviour bond.
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Unions seek legal counsel as Joyce ineligibility casts doubt over decision not to reverse penalty rate cuts.
The "good stuff" relating to JFK's assassination will be held back for six months after late lobbying from the CIA.
IKEA is under fire over a controversial TV advertisement in China. The Swedish retail giant pulled the advert, which has...
Tony Mestrov will take up one of the toughest administration jobs in the country, after being named new CEO of Greyhound NSW.
Executives in the legal sector are in finer physical nick than those in other industries.
The closure of Holden's Elizabeth plant is the final chapter in Australia's rich history of automaking.
Inspectors found Shigeo Ishiyama had falsified payment records to hide the fact he was paying his Japanese workers less than half the minimum the wage.
Facebook and Google are being accused of aiding a scare campaign and influencing the 2016 presidential race.
Donald Trump has been accused of forgetting fallen soldier's name during a phone call with his grieving widow.
It turns out brazen criminals target even the world's most rich and powerful.
The WikiLeaks founder is chasing justice for fellow whistleblower Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was killed in a car bomb this week after uncovering corruption within the Maltese government.
AFLW won't have its first transgender player next year, as she's deemed too physical.
Former staffer of Barack Obama didn’t hold back when she heard Trump accuse him of neglecting the families of soldiers killed in action.
Hustler publisher wants Trump out of the White House, so he's asked the public to dish the dirt to get him impeached.
According to the ACCC report on the electricity affordability crisis, an average 2015-16 residential bill was $1,524 (excluding GST), and almost half of the bill was made up of network costs.
Malabar Coal is looking to open an underground mine in the Hunter Valley, but will face stiff opposition from the equine industry.
Mantra Group has agreed to the $1.2 billion offer from Accor Hotel Group to acquire all its shares. The Australian...
Australian free-to-air TV will be without family favourites The Simpsons and Modern Family, as fallout over the Ten Network’s ownership sees 21st Century Fox back away.
Sir Richard Branson has told Willie Walsh to have kids while he still can.
Blend 17 is said to be a tribute to Vegemite inventor Cyril Callister, who is understood to have experimented with a number of different blends before settling on the spread that 'puts a rose in every cheek'.
At an investor update day in Brisbane yesterday, chief executive Don Meij revealed that $5.4 million had been recovered for unpaid wages and superannuation since 2014.
Bauer Media will appeal the record-breaking defamation payout it was ordered to pay Rebel Wilson in September.
The Facebook ad, which depicts a black woman becoming a white woman after using a Dove product, has been pilloried on social media for being racist.
Lincoln Lewis, Nick Cummins and Teigan Nash will replace Hollywood megastar Chris Hemsworth as the new faces of Australian tourism.