Investors have savaged BlueScope shares after it flagged competition and power prices would hurt its profit at the same time as announcing long-serving CEO Paul O'Malley would retire.
Michael Pascoe Oh the irony - the Murdochs wanting Australian media ownership laws changed has become the biggest hurdle to changing Australian media ownership laws.
Lucy Battersby, Lucy Cormack Internet providers should "immediately" change their advertising for National Broadband Network speeds, according to new guidance issued by the competition watchdog.
Patrick Commins Shares suffered a dour start to the trading week as BlueScope became this earnings season's latest victim, while selling in Telstra and CSL also weighed on the ASX.
Colin Kruger Telstra's retail investors can only look on with envy as Fortescue founder, Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest, reaps the rewards of his audacious bet on iron ore.
Colin Kruger It's not easy finding a new gig when you finally step down from that high-powered CEO role.
Carolyn Cummins Goodman Group has ear-marked $2 billion in asset sales in the coming year
Darren Gray Iron ore miner Fortescue Metals Group has more than doubled its net profit, to $US2.1 billion ($2.7 billion) and pledged to reward shareholders with a bigger dividend.
Elizabeth Knight Fortescue's generosity to shareholders marks the final stage in its evolution from a highly speculative upstart to a mature company with reliable positive cash flow.
Nassim Khadem The Google memo was "deeply biased" says EY's Uschi Schreiber but there's more systemic issues on gender inequality.