Much of the Australian book industry is aghast at the prospects of scrapping parallel importation of books and the adoption of the American ''fair use'' rule for copyright material.
Matt Wade Can Scott Morrison's budget simultaneously define a government, repair the bottom line and appeal to voters?
Caitlin Fitzsimmons It's not just that one in three buyers are investors, it's also that they're disproportionately competing with first-home buyers.
Lucy Cormack Two years after retirees John and Jeanie Barnes signed an off-the-plan contract for a townhouse, they were met with a $70,000 dilemma.
Carolyn Cummins Foodies have emerged as the fastest-growing tenants in all capital cities as they vie for space with retailers but are willing to pay a premium for the right location.
Michael West There are no cleanskins in this showdown between ANZ and the Oswals.
Sarah Danckert and Ruth Williams The hulking write-down on Slater's UK acquisition Quindell has put the company in a 'financially precarious' position.
Adele Ferguson When it comes to protections for consumers, the Turnbull Government has decided to kick some pressing issues years down the road.
Jared Lynch Chairman, Philip Tracy, claims the co-operative's board were vigilant at all times, despite posting a monstrous profit downgrade.
Carolyn Cummins Office landlords are now back in control as space is taken for infrastructure projects and residential conversions, leading to a forecast for rent rises of close to 8 per cent, according to Cushman and Wakefield.
Australian Foundation for Disability's Guildford day program has joined forces with Muslims With Special Needs.