As the half-year earnings season finishes up, Deutsche Bank analysts have crunched the numbers for an early resume.
Jared Lynch and Madeleine Heffernan Former News Corporation chief executive John Hartigan has called for Prime Minister Tony Abbott to step aside in the nation's best interest.
Scott Phillips When master investor Warren Buffett speaks, sensible investors and business people the world over stop and listen.
Matt O'Sullivan The Productivity Commission has challenged Qantas's view that relaxing the rules governing air routes to Australia will encourage more Australians to fly overseas instead of enticing foreigners to holiday here.
Antonia Massa Weight Watchers is losing the race for customers against fitness gadgets. Revenue fell 10 per cent to $US327.8 million ($421 million) in the December quarter, declining for the eighth straight period as FitBit, Jawbone and other activity trackers lure dieters away.
Michael J. Moore While Goldman Sachs employees may get less compensation than in the past, many cashed in last year for a payday they've been awaiting since the depths of the financial crisis. Employees exercised options worth $US2.03 billion ($2.59 billion) in 2014, most of them granted in 2008.
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John Collett Australia is one of the best places in the world to grow old in. And that's official.
Matt O'Sullivan Qantas is flying towards its best annual profit result in seven years as it targets greater benefits from cost cutting, significant fuel savings and subdued competition on domestic and international routes.
Sue Mitchell Harvey Norman is heading for a second year of double-digit profit growth after delivering a 27.4 per cent rise in net profit to $141.9 million for the December-half.