Wednesday's March quarter consumer price index result is a get-out-of-jail card for the markets, the Reserve Bank and the Australian government as it prepares a budget for 2014-15 that will walk a razor's edge.
Unilife, the retractable syringe maker headed by colourful Irishman Alan Shortall, has finally hit back at ''malicious blogs'' by ''short sellers'' who accused it of hiring PR companies to write glowing articles about the company.
The return of cheap and easy access to financing for lenders has sparked fears that Australia's heavily geared household sector may take on too much debt.
US-based Genworth Financial says it has ''no current plans'' to further sell down its stake in float debutante Genworth Mortgage Insurance Australia after the expiry of an escrow period.
After leaving investors in the dark for almost two weeks, iron ore tiddler Padbury Mining has confirmed Roland Bleyer and his ''private equity'' network of companies are the mystery funders behind its $6.4 billion deal to finance the stalled Oakajee port and rail project.
A weaker than expected rise in consumer prices over the first three months of this year has sparked a sharp fall in the dollar and pushed back expectations of an increase in interest rates.
The sharemarket has hit post-financial-crisis highs after a surprisingly low inflation report and a rally in the big banks' stocks continued.
Australand's Bob Johnston has been shadow boxing with numerous suitors in the listed real estate market for many months as his company appears to be the No.1 target for those looking to participate in the wave of industry consolidation.
JB Hi-Fi's chief executive-elect, Richard Murray, has flagged plans to build a world-class supply chain and logistics system to support the retailer's expansion into new markets and categories.
A Telstra-owned company spent more than $300,000 to buy a Hong Kong advertising business that was half-owned by the wife of one of its most senior Asian executives and directors.
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