Qantas and four other airlines, including Singapore Airlines, are preparing to settle a seven-year, $38 million class action relating to claims of rigging the cost of air-freight services.
Russell Johnson, the director of failed broker Sonray, has been sentenced to 6 and a half years' jail for defrauding clients of millions of dollars and stealing money from the company before its collapse in June 2010.
Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour is on tenterhooks as the May 13 budget looms and the Abbott government prepares to release the Commission of Audit's report on how to make the government leaner and more efficient.
The government has appointed Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Macquarie Capital as it pushes ahead with the $4 billion sharemarket listing of private health insurer Medibank Private next financial year.
ANZ's new journalism venture, Blue Notes, is only a couple of days old, but the bank's chief executive, Mike Smith, has already gone rogue.
Former hair regrowth king Roland Bleyer (aka Husner) is emerging as a key player in the mysterious $6.4 billion funding deal for iron ore tiddler Padbury Mining.
The company behind the Priceline and Soul Pattinson brands has issued a savage write-down - equivalent to half the size of its market capitalisation - after its struggling pharmacy customers failed to pay back loans.
The final chapter of long-running legal action over failed telco company One.Tel has come to an end, with billionaires and one-time One.Tel directors James Packer and Lachlan Murdoch agreeing to a $40 million settlement with liquidators.
Photos of what was making news this week in regional WA.