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Macquarie has more than 300 renewable energy projects in the pipeline.
Christopher Niesche finds that the death of pay TV may have been exaggerated.
The country is still going full steam ahead with coal mine development.
The big question is what the state Premiers decide to do.
Will investors be happy with a smaller BHP – one without petroleum and less coal?
OPINION: Why banks are looking to offer their customers something different.
Being a millionaire doesn't mean what it once did.
The dyslexic boy from the slums of Melbourne outsmarts business rivals to build a fortune.
Super funds will be less aware of the performance of companies they have invest in
OPINION: Treasury Wines has accepted that the China market is effectively closed to it.
COMMENT: House prices in Australia are rapidly scaling new heights.
Facebook has show why governments need to come down on it like a ton of bricks.
OPINION: Google is willing to forgo its hefty earnings from the Australian market.
Facebook threatened to stop showing news by Australian media companies in its feeds.
COMMENT: New South Wales Government introducing a bold plan to abolish stamp duty.
COMMENT: Countries can meet their emissions reduction targets as they create jobs.
COMMENT: AMP board has kicked off a review of all of its businesses and assets.
The winners and losers in Australia's financial reporting season.
COMMENT: The miner's decision to put profit ahead of principle might yet backfire.
Almost 900,000 home borrowers and businesses have deferred AU$266 billion worth of loans.
Plan came a day before Bain Capital bought Virgin Australia.
COMMENT: Scott Morrison is hoping to kickstart Oz economy with a home renovation boom.
Solomon Lew didn't wait for permission to stop paying rent.
COMMENT: How much are we prepared to let China push us around?
COMMENT: The index is now just 23 per cent off its record high in February.
COMMENT: The downturn is likely to be much deeper than the SARS-induced downturn in 2002.
Fund managers have been burned by several dismal floats in the past few years
Disclosure of information that is too complex doesn't help consumers.
Plus, why house prices in Sydney and Melbourne are roaring back
Christopher Niesche takes a more cynical at the facts behind the Bellamy sale.
Most of us have no idea what we're giving up in exchange for rewards.
COMMENT: JB Hi-Fi's strong results continue without much help from the internet.
COMMENT: NZ move has reminded Aussies how vulnerable their much larger economy is.
COMMENT: Australia could learn a thing or two from New Zealand's leaky building crisis.
But there are some things working in Telstra's favour.
COMMENT: The days of unnecessary debt could be numbered - but there's a but.
Foxtel's losing subscribers faster than key characters got killed off in Game of Thrones.
COMMENT: Saturday night was Australia's own Donald Trump moment.
The shift to ready-to-heat or eat meals reflects our changing shopping habits.
Comment: We should not underestimate the significance of the announcement.
COMMENT: All your banking information can now be transferred via a simple selfie.
Comment: ACCC chairman wants to put the consumer back in control
Sick of waiting for the Government, business has decided on its own greenhouse gas policy.
COMMENT: In Australia, there is still a lot of stigma surrounding failure.
COMMENT: A softening property market across the Tasman could create a slowdown.
COMMENT: Median bonus for ASX100 CEO is up 20 per cent to A$1.76 million.
It's been a tough week in Australia's tech sector as companies delay listing
COMMENT: Royal commission into banking in Oz has revealed a raft of serious problems.
COMMENT: The risk for Seven Media is that it didn't secure any digital rights.
COMMENT: An intern industry is emerging in Australia.
COMMENT: Wesfarmers is hoping bigger isn't always better.
The inequality will continue through the generations.
Just because something works down south doesn't mean it'll work in London.
COMMENT: Many firms thrive in US but less so at home.
COMMENT: Myer's boss is facing the toughest challenge a chief executive can face.