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With house prices on pace to set new all-time highs, Australia’s affordability crisis is deepening. NAB chief executive Ross McEwan says a key solution will underpin urgent action.
- China relations
Australia should use economic sanctions to punish Beijing if Taiwan is invaded, Foreign Minister Joseph Wu says.
Working long hours, usually alone, it can be a lonely life. In the days after the bloody attack on Israel, a WhatsApp group helped Jews at the NSW Bar come together.
Azure’s board has accepted an offer of $3.50 per share, a staggering 54 per cent higher than SQM’s first approach.
- Markets Live
Shares fall; US tech stocks dive after earnings shortfall from Alphabet; Westpac’s Ellis tips RBA to raise cash rate on Cup day; SQM to buy Azure for $1.6 billion; Fortescue makes slow start on push for fifth iron ore export record. Follow here for more.
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US President Joe Biden has toasted the close relationship between the US and Australia at a state dinner in Washington; Another mass shooting in US, at least 16 dead. Follow updates here.
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Known for his attention-seeking stunts and love of sports cars, Adrian Portelli has rocketed into the Young Rich List. But his business is under scrutiny.
One made a fortune from glittery statement dresses, another sold up to Sam Bankman-Fried just in time. The newest self-made 40-and-unders are a mixed bag.
- Young Rich
Geedup founder Jake Paco has conquered his demons and is taking his cult streetwear brand from western Sydney to New York.
Argylica Conditsis’ business started when she couldn’t find bedazzled shoes. This year, she and brother William debut on the list of Australia’s most wealthy under 40.
US-based investor and Young Rich List debutant Gregory Green made an estimated $100 million after selling his share of a landfill gas developer.
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Michael Fraser said energy policies need to be “realistic” to avoid losing public support for the transition as prices rise and the lights go out.
Rich Listers Jack Gance and Mario Verrocchi split a $264 million payout last financial year, and a further $101 million in October.
Lithium producer Pilbara Minerals reported a 42 per cent drop in revenue after dips in price and production last quarter.
The Blackstone-owned company improved revenue by 44 per cent, but it was not enough to offset the toll of penalties and sharpening compliance.
But the supermarket giant said that price growth persisted, even as it moderated in fresh foods, meat and in baked goods.
The sovereign wealth fund, and other large investors in the airline, will not support the re-election of the advertising executive to the airline’s board.
- Carbon challenge
Fortescue has refused to give up on a goal to set a fifth consecutive iron ore export record despite making a slow start to the new financial year.
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- The Breakdown
Facebook has been written off as a network for the elderly and out of touch, but it is learning from its arch-rival TikTok.
Bond traders are certain of a cash rate increase by Christmas, implying a 50 per cent chance of a follow-up move.
The former hedge fund executive faces a maximum of 10 years in prison but will have to wait until March 14 to hear his sentence.
Australian shares were poised to slip. Wall Street was falling after mixed profit reports from Microsoft and Alphabet. Oil was volatile.
The Treasurer’s pre-emptive insistence makes it even more important that the new governor and her board actively demonstrate the central bank’s political independence.
The Albanese government knows if rates move again, as now seems inevitable, it’s going to get whacked, regardless of the cause.
Australia must join the rush to develop a dynamic AI industry, with appropriate guardrails – especially in education.
If you offer money to householders to provide power at certain times or to reduce demand, they will happily do it – provided it isn’t just a pea and thimble trick.
The rush is on build new data centres, but their massive energy requirements are adding to strain on the power grid.
A suite of projects – including an office tower, luxury apartments and the new Waldorf Astoria – is breathing new life into Sydney’s city waterfront hub.
- Interest rates
Treasurer Jim Chalmers has resisted predictions from economists that strong inflation data will force the RBA to raise the cash rate up to two more times.
- Foreign relations
The Albanese government will axe restrictions on commercial US rocket launches in Australia, opening the door for the likes of Elon Musk to set up operations in the outback.
Seven people have been arrested in connection to an alleged Chinese money laundering ring whose operators were said to lead lives of luxury.
Explorers want their share of the further $2 billion of taxpayers’ money pledged towards the critical minerals sector this week, while Chris Ellison says it’s not enough
The agreement will expand an existing commercial project by the tech giant to run internet to eight nations in the region.
US President Joe Biden has revealed he told Chinese President Xi Jinping America would continue to engage with Australia because the US was a “Pacific nation”.
Ted Pick will become the investment bank’s boss, succeeding James Gorman after a 14-year run that reshaped the US bank.
After weeks of political chaos, the election of Mike Johnson reduces the risks of a government shutdown and of key legislation around the military pact being left hanging.
The long list of alliances that Australia has joined in recent years is dizzying. Our international editor James Curran untangles the alphabet soup of acronyms and ranks them by importance.
- Shopping centres
An unloved district of south London could showcase Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield’s reinvention from mall owner to full-spectrum urban redeveloper.
Darren Steinberg’s exit is the latest departure in a generational change sweeping across the top ranks of the property sector.
The sale of landscaper Paul Bangay’s Victorian home has fallen over, with Jamie Durie’s Opulus Hotels electing ‘not to proceed’ with purchase.
- Luxury property
James Hannan, son of printing magnate Michael Hannan, has bought in Vaucluse for $12 million.
It’s under fire over 15-hour days and concerns about its Beijing connections, but the payments company is on a roll.
More SMSF trustees are being caught out by the ATO illegally accessing their retirement savings – this is how they’re dealt with.
- Flat Chat
NSW Building Commissioner David Chandler’s ratings are so valuable that some companies are falsely saying they’ve got them when they haven’t even been tested.
The branding could imply that the tech giant is ready to unveil its M3 chip, which will deliver speedy performance improvements to the company’s computers.
In the Tesla CEO’s world, no media source can be considered trustworthy, particularly those that criticise him.
There are very early indications that the seemingly unstoppable growth in international students might be tapering off.
Builders are calling on the workplace umpire to intervene over the CFMEU’s demands that members who attend a union rally about silica dust be paid.
The author’s nose for a story has made him a figure as influential in finance as most of the people in his books – and probably as rich.
It feels nippy, looks cute and is gorgeously styled, with a touch of Fellini about it. But all this charm doesn’t come cheap.
End-of-deal lunches are thinner on the ground these days, but still, bankers have to eat. Here are their top lunch spots in Sydney.
A new book by Australian feminist Clementine Ford aims to stop females entering into an institution that does them harm.
The model, discovered in a cardboard box owned by a Hollywood visual effects artist, headlined at a sale of movie props that brought $21 million.
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