Seven West Media has made a fresh legal attempt to blow up its $450 million media rights deal with Cricket Australia
- by Zoe Samios
AGL, which regularly trawls its own share register, quickly found an unusually named new shareholder and smelt a rat.
- by Elizabeth Knight
Billions of tonnes of additional carbon will enter the air at a site next to “unique environmental assets of global significance” under the 50-year extension.
- by Peter de Kruijff
Canadian asset manager Brookfield has snapped up a 2.5 per cent stake in power giant AGL, fuelling speculation it may seek to revive a takeover push.
- by Nick Toscano
Using repetition, deflection and schoolyard taunts the world’s richest man can move markets, confound, distract and offend with a single tweet — heavily evoking the tactics of former President Donald Trump.
- by Maxwell Adler and Josh Wingrove
Wall Street investors betting that Bed Bath & Beyond would be the next meme stock to go to the moon are facing the harsh reality that fundamentals are particularly important during a market rout.
- by Bailey Lipschultz
Macquarie says a $10 million payment for worthless Nuix options was a golden handshake for its founder and former CEO Eddie Sheehy who is suing the tech group over losses relating to his remaining share options.
- by Colin Kruger
Power and gas supplier Origin Energy has been dealt a record $17 million fine after breaching legal obligations to tens of thousands of customers.
- by Nick Toscano
Australian lithium miner Liontown Resources will supply car giant Ford with a crucial electric vehicle battery material and the US automaker will provide a loan to partly fund the miner’s flagship project.
- by Lachlan Abbott
Tyro boss Robbie Cooke has been appointed to the top job at the crisis-stricken casino giant.
- by Angus Dalton
Leonardo del Vecchio was raised in an orphanage and went on to become Italy’s second-richest person. His death this week raises questions about his sprawling empire.
- by Valentina Za and Claudia Cristoferi