Australian shares suffered a weekly loss led by a slide in market heavyweight BHP and the destruction of shareholder value at Slater & Gordon.
Simon Johanson Lang Walker is sipping a gin and tonic watching the sunset on a beach in Fiji as he talks about what will be the largest single property sale in Australia and the biggest deal of his long and profitable property development career.
Scott Phillips The road to annoyed shareholders is paved with unkept promises.
Marc Moncrief Local councils are experimenting with ways to monitor and pool energy collected by their residents' solar-paneled rooftops as they road test locally-generated alternatives to fossil fuels.
John Collett A new type of superannuation investment option promises to give the fund member a smooth "glide path" where the risk is dialled-down as they age.
Michael Koziol Illawarra mother Heather Taylor is becoming accustom to the odd looks, gasps and uncomfortable silences that accompany the mention of her daughter's name. Now she has suffered perhaps the ultimate indignity - being denied a personalised jar of Nutella.
Marc Pallisco Pomeroy Pacific is selling a high profile retail complex with redevelopment potential in Clayton.
David Potts Shares in Blackmores and Bellamy's Organic have made astronomical gains, prompting fears of a bubble.
Jared Lynch The 109-year-old car maker has an answer that can only come from a luxury marque when asked about driverless cars.
Jonathan Shapiro Slater & Gordon's share price has collapsed again, taking the amount wiped off the company's value this week to $700 million.
An 18-year-old gardener suffered serious facial injuries after a tree branch whipped violently into him in Toongabbie.