Defense issues will likely be high on the agenda in today's meeting between U.S. President Trump and Australian Prime Minister Turnbull, says Malcolm Davis of ASPI. » Read More
Australia's deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce is resigning as deputy prime minister and leader of the National Party. » Read More
Gorana Grgic of the University of Sydney says the efforts of officials from both countries have gone a long way towards improving relations. » Read More
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It's the first move for Ola outside of its home market of India.
The Australian dollar could see gains to as high as $0.84 as a weak greenback supports a potential trading pattern, Daryl Guppy writes.
Roger Federer on Sunday night he became the first man to win 20 Grand Slam titles.
Some officials say a more realistic outcome is for a future U.S. president to reverse Trump's withdrawal.
President Trump's willingness to reconsider the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal is an encouraging development for Rabobank.
Business schools in the Asia-Pacific region are trying to address gender imbalance by giving women a helping hand.
"The deal was terrible, the way it was structured was terrible," Trump tells CNBC in Davos.
Mathias Cormann discusses cutting corporate tax rates and U.S. President Donald Trump's position on global trade.
Henry Chin of CBRE Asia Pacific estimates $53 billion is available to invest in Asian real estate with China, Japan and Australia the key markets.
David Hand of Newport Consulting says a look at increased automation in mining is on the cards for cost and worker safety issues.
Warren Murphy of Carbonxt is using activated carbon technology to filter air and water and has listed on the Australia Securities Exchange.
World-renowned singer, songwriter and performer Neil Diamond announced his retirement from touring after a Parkinson's diagnosis.
David Lennox of Fat Prophets says Rio Tinto has performed well in iron ore output, but other metals lagged in 2017.
Australia's Qantas Airways amended its website, referring to Taiwan and Hong Kong as Chinese territories, after China's warning.
Barry Dawes of Martin Place Securities remains bullish on Rio Tinto shares for 2018 after Q4 production figures.
Rio Tinto could ship an additional 10 million tonnes of iron ore worth $780 million after reporting a 1 percent rise in 2017 shipments.
Jonathan Barratt of Ayers Alliance Securities says good production figures from Rio Tinto for Q4 could mean a higher dividend payment.
Steven Schoenfeld of Blue Star Indexes says Israeli firms are working to provide services in India, including setting up locally.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has hit back against claims that China is increasing the debt burden of African countries.
Nick Twidale of Rakuten Securities Australia says the U.S. dollar could stage a rebound as expected Fed rate hikes materialize, but watch the crosses.