Local shares are poised to open little changed , though miners could be pressured by yet another retreat in the price of iron ore.
Woolworths directors are steeling themselves for a fiery annual meeting on Thursday when shareholders are expected to grill the retailer over a 14 per cent fall in its shares, mounting losses at Masters and slowing sales growth in food and liquor.
A new hotel will join retail and offices in a major mixed-use development.
Concerns over shredded receipts, support from two of Australia's biggest companies and an unexplained $17,000 bonus for the boss – welcome to Gerard Henderson's Sydney Institute.
A small suburban taxi company is leading a radical change in fuel use and reaping big cost benefits which could be adopted across the sector.
Fund managers have taken a dim view of the federal government's pricing of the Medibank Private float, arguing it was too steeply priced for a market debutant.
The government has struck a deal with Labor to allow 'grandfathering' of trailing commissions for financial advisers.