The American businessman recently hired and then sacked by Myer on his first day — after it found he had allegedly falsified his credentials — has been charged by Victorian police with fraud.
Mixed corporate news and economic reports in the US has provided no direction for local stocks ahead of Tuesday's opening.
The founder of failed retirement village group Prime Trust, Bill Lewski, is "highly likely" to engage in further wrongdoing and should be banned from running companies for the rest of his life, the corporate regulator says.
Education provider Navitas's full year profit has fallen 31 per cent after writedowns to its university division overshadowed stronger revenues
Indian utility Adani has won environmental approval from the federal government for the proposal to proceed only a matter of weeks after it concluded plans to build the rail link for the project, even though the sustained downturn in coal prices threatens to undermine the project's viability.
Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has weighed into Coles and Woolworths' $1-a-litre milk battle saying "what was a great trick for a few years will turn into a very bad business plan".
Australia's grain industry could elevate the country to the strength of the Roman Empire, as food producers look to cash in on a fast growing middle-class in Asia.
The prospect of Nine Entertainment’s two major legacy shareholders, Apollo and Oaktree deciding to retain some of their combined 36 per cent shareholding beyond the August 2014 voluntary escrow period is a mixed blessing.
Just like finding a last-minute flight or accommodation deal, parents will now be able to find last-minute vacancies and discounts at some NSW private schools.
Australia faces a bleak future of higher unemployment and lower living standards without an urgent and fundamental ''mindset change'' by governments, business and individuals, according to a landmark study of competitiveness.
OLDER and wiser since his Olympic Games swimming debut in London in 2012, Bradbury's Daniel Tranter is ready ...
THE Hume Highway was closed late into Monday night as police investigated a fatal truck crash near Ingleburn.
STATISTICALLY, one woman dies every week in Australia as a result of domestic violence.