Blue-chip shareholders will face an indifferent company reporting season in February with BHP and Rio Tinto weathering the commodities storm and only Commonwealth Bank presenting among the big four banks.
Amanda Saundersa Australia’s biggest gold miner, Newcrest Mining, continues to be plagued by its troublesome Lihir project in Papua New Guinea, with analysts concerned there is little sign of a turnaround.
Angela Macdonald-Smith Royal Dutch Shell has officially ditched plans for a new $US20 billion-plus liquefied natural gas project in Queensland in a step-up of spending cuts by global majors buckling down for a prolonged downturn in oil prices.
Lisa Visentin The world's leading commodities index slumped to a 12-year low this week, surpassing the previous trough at the height of the global financial crisis.
Max Mason Large cap companies dominated the initial public offering market last year in number of listings and funds raised for the first time since 2007, and the trend is set to continue, new research shows.
Marcus Padley You can read about the complexities of the Greek election everywhere but let me make it simple for you with a brief analogy.
Anne Hyland Christmas 2012 was meant to be Ron Walker's last. Rather than accept defeat, the prominent businessman flew to the US to join the trial of a drug that has cleared him of cancer. Now he is hell-bent on making that drug available in Australia.
Jack Ma’s fortune dropped $US1.4 billion as Alibaba shares posted a record slump after the company missed revenue estimates.
Lisa Visentin Dr Mark Bagshaw insists there is nothing remarkable about a person with a disability having a successful career.
The broadcaster's proposed $200 million merger with Fairfax Media's radio business is expected to contribute to earnings sliding by more than 50 per cent at the John Singleton-controlled company.