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North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan's northern Hokkaido island into the sea early on Tuesday, drawing a sharp reaction from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
This is the CBA's second regulatory probe this month after it was accused of massive breaches of money-laundering rules.
With Boeing and Airbus, the airline is targeting a record 20 hour non-stop commercial flight.
The Australian government will likely announce prostheses reform by end-2017, making health premiums more affordable, says Craig Drummond, CEO of Medibank.
An American business group has endorsed on Friday the ex-U.S. version of a trade deal that Trump dismissed as a “disaster.”
Amazon is coming full-steam into Australia and local retailers need to up their games, says Matt Britton, CEO, Crowdtap.
CEO John Flavell, Mortgage Choice, says curbs on mortgage lending in Australia have changed the "shape" of the market and made it more "robust."
Australia remains a foundation for the company as it develops its business in China, says Geoff Babidge, CEO of A2 Milk.
Growth in the logistics software company has been driven by its CargoWise One product, says Richard White, CEO of Wisetech Global.
The turnaround in the business came on the back of improved customer satisfaction, says Brad Banducci, CEO at Woolworths.
It was driven by growth in its property portfolio and funds management business, says David Harrison, CEO and MD at Charter Hall.
Peter Harmer, MD and CEO at IAG, added that the company's underlying margin, however, was lower than what it predicted.
BHP's earnings were also notable for a debt buyback that will help future cash flows, says Juerg Kiener, MD & CIO, Swiss Asia Capital, Singapore.
Chances are unclear BHP would consider a dividend payout from sale of U.S. assets, says Alex Leyland, portfolio manager, Leyland Private Asset Management
Paul O'Malley, managing director, Bluescope Steel says rising energy costs are a major reason for a profit warning.
The dollar narrative changed from upbeat at the start of the week to downbeat by the end, says Sean Callow, senior currency strategist, Westpac Bank.
The business will help deliver the 453 megawatt Coopers Gap Wind Farm.
Australia joins China and Japan in trying to regulate bitcoin and digital currency exchange providers with crackdown on money laundering.
Australian far-right senator Pauline Hanson wore a burqa to parliament on Thursday as part of her campaign to ban the all-enveloping garment worn by some Muslim women, drawing a quick rebuke from the government and Muslims.
The ASX is ready for competition on clearing and has an eye on a new system aimed at making back-office settlement easier, says Dominic Stevens, CEO of ASX.