Rupert Murdoch's second-eldest son is the first of the powerful media mogul's family to publicly condemn the US president's performance after the violence in Charlottesville, pledging to donate money to a civil rights organisation.
Simon Johanson Residential developer and homebuilder AVJennings has blamed heavy rain on Australia's east coast and delays in issuing titles to prospective buyers for a 12.7 per cent slump in profit.
Olivia Maragna For many people, buying a house effectively takes all of their money as well as committing them to a hefty mortgage for the next 30 years or so. As a result, buyers rightly tend to conduct a great deal of research before choosing their ideal property.
Jessica Sier and Sally Patten Investors made little attempt to snap up Telstra stock on Friday, despite the severely depressed share price.
Eryk Bagshaw Taxpayers are set to gain billions of dollars in revenue over the coming decade after multinational oil giant Chevron abandoned an appeal against the federal government over the way it structures its tax.
Michaela Whitbourn Australian and Hollywood film studios and pay TV provider Foxtel have dealt a blow to internet piracy after the Federal Court ordered a raft of pirate websites be blocked in the country.
Jessica Sier Terrorist attacks in Spain and discord in Washington weighed on shares on Friday, though the bourse managed to close the week in the black.
Clancy Yeates The government's financial intelligence agency has examined the ATM systems of CBA's rivals and is confident they haven't had the same problems in reporting large cash transactions to authorities.
Patrick Hatch Kogan.com says its successful move into the cut-throat mobile phone market has emboldened it to look for other industries and services it can sell to subscribers.
Ruth McCosker Brisbane has had it's highest spike in international visitation in a decade, with more than 5.6 million international visitors touching down at Brisbane Airport in the past financial year.