The Australian dollar fell to a new month-low overnight as the US dollar and international markets strengthened in the face of momentarily quelled fears of a Greek default.
Local shares poised to open higher on the back of a broad rebound on global markets, which were boosted by reports from Greece that it's drafting an accord with its creditors.
Matt O'Sullivan Former Qantas chief executive Geoff Dixon fears there will be major consequences if the government opens up air links in northern Australia.
Carolyn Cummins Mirvac has sold five office assets at an 11.1 per cent premium to previous book value and two retail assets at a 10.7 per cent premium.
Andrew Taylor The ABC will close its online Arts Portal in 2016, shifting arts content to its web-based ABC iview service and News Online, and create a new division called ABC Regional.
Rose Powell The Australian dollar dropped to a month-low overnight as the US dollar rallied on the back of strong economic data and investors waited for Thursday's capital expenditure numbers.
Stephen Cauchi A sell-off on Wall Street spilled over onto the local market on Wednesday, with steep declines across most sectors ending a four-day winning streak for Australian shares.
Simon Evans The Hills Ltd board has lost patience with high-flying chief executive Ted Pretty.
Carolyn Cummins The Mosman landmark, the Buena Vista Hotel, has changed hands just on 12 month since it last traded, with a private equity group, the new owners who have installed the new pub outfit The Public House Management Group as the operator.
Patricia Hurtado The FBI agent who oversaw the Bernard Madoff investigation and helped pioneer the use of wiretaps that yielded dozens of insider-trading convictions is now working for Goldman Sachs. He's the latest in a line of former feds who've moved to Wall Street firms.
IT'S official: Liverpool is a city on the move.