THE Royal Newcastle Aero Club and its chief flying instructor, Phil Unicomb, will be presented with accolades in a special ceremony today after taking out two categories in the inaugural Wings Award for Australian general aviation.
The Vertigan report on cost-benefit equations for various broadband rollout options gives Labor's aborted fibre to the home project the dunce's cap. It reaches that conclusion after making assumptions about the future, however, and that's a fraught exercise.
Myer senior executive Megan Foster has quit the department store following the recent influx of new general managers above her, completing an almost clean sweep of key management personnel that took the nation's biggest department store public five years ago in its $2.3 billion float.
Head of First Super says retired workers should not be forced to take their superannuation savings as periodic payments.
The competition and consumer regulator has fired a warning shot across the bow of Australia's biggest and most cashed-up sporting code over its failure to fully disclose the real cost of attending popular games.
The Sydney Seed Fund wants to invest in 20 startups in three years, but one year on, only three have made the cut.
Local shares are set to open lower as momentum faded in both Europe and on Wall Street though major benchmarkets hover near record highs.
BC Iron managing director Morgan Ball is confident the iron ore price will remain between $US90 and $US110 a tonne for the next 18 months, but longer-term he tips the supply surge by the majors will constrain it to between $US85 and US$95 a tonne.
Global property developer and investor Lend Lease has reported net profit after tax of $822.9 million - a 55 per cent rise - for the year to June 30, which was in line with its recent guidance, after the sale of the Bluewater shopping mall in the UK.
The federal government has done a poor job at selling its proposed $7 co-payment for medical care, Healthscope chief executive Robert Cooke says.