Jobs are going, perks are getting trimmed, mines are closing – the sun is setting on the west's great iron ore boom.
Mark Mulligan Australia shares are expected to open sharply lower on Monday as the US inflation fears, crackdown on margin trading in China and renewed concerns about Greece that drove Friday's global sell-off persist into a second week.
Judith Ireland Treasurer Joe Hockey has declared the government "has never put a date" on returning to a budget surplus, arguing that the Coalition just needs to show a "quality trajectory" back to black instead.
Claire Linton-Evans Before you begin dealing with journalists, it's worth learning some skills.
Karla Dondio With evermore data becoming available, the role of those who turn it into something useful, is become more interesting. Data scientists speak about their jobs.
Patrick Begley For Australian free-to-air TV networks doing the maths on internet streaming, there is a new and terrifying sum to consider.
Jim Bright Is your working life a comedy, a tragedy or an action-packed adventure?
Sue White Being creative is just a small part of a building designer's job.
Sue White Malcolm Rands credits his experience in not-for-profit ventures in making his principles-based brand ecostore a success.
Ross Larkin James Grugeon is helping put a stop to large corporations monopolising the consumer dollar.