Origin Energy has given itself more financial breathing space with the $NZ1.8 billion sale of its majority stake in Contact Energy of New Zealand.
John McDuling Investors are rapidly losing faith in Twitter. Shares in the social media group have plunged 45 per cent since April 7.
Local shares are poised to open flat, with investors firmly focused on Tuesday's Reserve Bank policy meeting.
Matt O'Sullivan Australians are proving some of the hardest customers in the world to convince that Malaysia Airlines has left its safety problems in the past.
Jamie Freed The second Sydney airport at Badgerys Creek in the city's west will be capable of handling 10 million domestic and international passengers a year through a single terminal when it opens in 2025, but it will lack a rail connection, according to the federal government.
Sean Nicholls A proposal by planning minister Rob Stokes to dump laws which make the economic benefit of a mining application the "principal consideration" when it is assessed has been met with overwhelming community support. But the mining industry is warning the move will jeopardise jobs and investment in NSW and undermine business confidence.
Jessica Irvine Sydney households could be charged an extra $560 a year if electricity networks are successful in their legal bid to charge consumers more.
Patrick Hatch Two former aviation rivals have buried the hatchet and launched a new tourism venture which they say will redefine Australia as an adventure holiday destination.
Max Mason, John Stensholt Foxtel's proposed acquisition of 15 per cent of Ten Network Holdings risks giving News Corporation too much influence in broadcast rights negotiations for Australia's biggest sports, sources say.
Stephen Cauchi Falling commodity prices and a poor overseas lead weighed on Australian shares on Monday, with light trading volumes throughout the day due to a bank holiday in New South Wales.