May 2, 2019

Boy Swallows Universe nabs record at Australian Book Industry Awards

Trent Dalton's bestselling coming-of-age novel has swept the field, claiming a record number of prizes.
May 2, 2019

Property giants to demand better Green deal

Some of Britain's most powerful property groups will collectively demand a bigger stake in Sir Philip Green's high street empire as part of make-or-break restructuring talks that will determine the company's fate.
May 2, 2019

PM has questions to answer over the Huawei scandal

Even at a time of constant Conservative infighting, the split is remarkable.
May 2, 2019

Uncertainty still clouds Mark Carney’s crystal ball

Read through the Bank of England's Inflation Report and there is one them that jumps out at you: uncertainty.
May 2, 2019

Bank of England sees no interest rate rises until 2021

The Bank of England has kept interest rates on hold at 0.75% after declaring that economic growth in the UK has been stronger than expected.
May 2, 2019

TransferWise drops IPO hint by hiring Adyen chief

TransferWise, the fast-growing British digital payments group, has provided investors with a fresh signal of its long-term flotation ambitions by appointing the finance chief of a major European peer to its board.
May 2, 2019

Bombardier to sell Belfast aerostructures business

Canadian aircraft maker Bombardier has announced plans to sell its Belfast aerostructures business.
May 2, 2019

Ex-HBOS chief appointed to £2.96m role in charge of Wagamama owner

Andy Hornby, the former boss of bailed-out lender HBOS, will be paid up to £2.96m a year when he ends a decade-long absence from the stock market to become chief executive of The Restaurant Group.
May 2, 2019

‘It’s crazy’: Billie Eilish fans willing to fork out $1000 for tickets to Melbourne show

The American teen singing sensation's Melbourne show sold out within a day.
May 2, 2019

Will Eno’s Wakey Wakey feels about as genuine as a Hallmark card

This text by the New York playwright as produced by Melbourne's Red Stitch needed much better acting chops to pull it off.
May 2, 2019

Opera Australia coffers swelled by $4.5m in bequests

Opera Australia has posted a modest operating surplus of $342,676 for 2018, however that figure was given a huge lift by a small number of bequests totalling nearly $4.5m.
May 2, 2019

Lloyds profit flat as it warns on Brexit impact

Lloyds Banking Group has reported flat profits for the start of the year as it swallowed £565m in one-off costs and warned Brexit could take a further toll on the UK economy.