The result was boosted by growth in digital subscriptions, a strong profit at Dow Jones and record subscriber growth at Foxtel.
- by Zoe Samios
The move is one of the first examples of a major US company terminating workers for ignoring a workplace vaccination mandate.
- by Gerry Smith
The company has many virus sceptics in its warehouse ranks and needs to retain employees in a tight labour market.
- by Matt Day and Spencer Soper
Australian energy giants Santos and Oil Search will be expected to maintain a significant local presence in PNG if their $22 billion merger proceeds.
- by Nick Toscano
Rich lister and Hungry Jack’s founder Jack Cowin has said Australia should take inspiration from overseas and start thinking of how best to live with the virus.
- by Dominic Powell
Regrets, he has a few: The billionaire acknowledged in a TV interview he shouldn’t have spent time with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein on several occasions.
The $1.5 billion biotech will work with Nasdaq-listed firm Celularity in hopes of cracking the mystery of how to target tough cancers.
- by Emma Koehn
Office towers are sitting empty across the country with the vacancy rate at its highest level in close to 25 years, yet there is evidence that companies expect a return to workplaces.
- by Carolyn Cummins
Comments from broadcaster Alan Jones prompted YouTube to ban Sky News for a week. But the move has given Sky presenters fresh ammunition in the media culture wars, and frustrated senior News Corp executives.
- by Zoe Samios and Lisa Visentin
Fruit and vegetable giant SPC will be the first company in Australia to require all onsite personnel – including staff and visitors – to be fully vaccinated by the end of November.
- by David Estcourt and Dominic Powell