Coca-Cola has launched a green and lean spin-off to its best-selling drink in an attempt to claw back increasingly health-conscious consumers, dismaying health experts who say it is still sugar-laden.
Michael Pascoe Now that you have your castle, you want to defend it.
Beau Donelly Power company Origin Energy has been hit with a record $2 million fine for illegal sales tactics that preyed on the vulnerable.
John Addis Investors aren't the only ones to succumb to the lure of higher dividends. Plenty of management teams have, too.
Mark Mulligan The Australian dollar slipped back towards US77¢ on Monday due to weakening commodity prices and an abscence of data.
Malcolm Maiden Australian investors appear to have dodged a bullet.
Mark Mulligan Monetary expansion is helping a European recovery, says AllianceBernstein portfolio head Jeremy Cunningham, who's keen on financial sector credits.
Judith Ireland The average Australian worker will find themselves bumped into the second-highest income tax bracket in just over a year's time.
Carolyn Cummins While Australian and Kiwi sports fans were tuned into the final of the Cricket Wold Cup in Melbourne on Sunday, those that favour the game of Rugby were cheering on the Aussies at the Sevens tournament in Hong Kong. It is an unlike a Kiwi to miss a rugby game, and Air New Zealand's chief sales and commercial officer, Cam Wallace, was slated to be among a rowdy horde of fellow countrymen at the Hong Kong Sevens last weekend.
Local shares are set to open lower, despite a late Friday rally on Wall Street, as iron ore continues to plumb fresh recorded lows