Australia's richest man Anthony Pratt's company is suing almost 70 workers in his packaging empire over claims of unlawful industrial action.
Lucy Battersby News Corp and Telstra are planning to list Foxtel on the stock market and to prepare that move have announced they will merge the subscription television service they jointly own - Foxtel - with News' sports network FoxSports.
Harold Mitchell There's good research and there's rubbish research. The government's postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage will be expensive rubbish.
Colin Kruger The value destruction during the reign of Andy Penn has been enormous.
Darren Gray Australia's biggest wine company Treasury Wine Estates will boost shareholder returns and undertake a $300 million share buyback, as it rewards staff with a one-off bonus payment to recognise their contribution.
Colin Kruger While Amber Harrison has been forced to launch a public appeal to avoid bankruptcy over her legal battle with Kerry Stokes' Seven West Media, it looks like her former lover - Seven West chief executive Tim Worner - might be paying a more modest financial penalty.
Darren Gray Surging coal prices and an increased share of metallurgical coal sales in total coal sales have helped propel Whitehaven Coal to a record profit result.
Carolyn Cummins Mirvac has seen a marginal decline in the number of foreign buyers for its apartments in the wake of the federal government changes to capital control, yet says Sydney and Melbourne remain "fundamentally" under-supplied for housing.
Jessica Sier It was a busy Thursday for company earnings, but a mammoth slide in Telstra was easily the biggest influence on the ASX.
Lucy Battersby Telstra shares dropped to their lowest price in five years on Thursday after the company announced a "material" reduction in its long-term dividend policy - a move that will affect about 1 million investors.