Corporate high-flyer Grant King will leave the board of mining giant BHP at the end of the month, deciding not to stand for election at its annual general meetings this year after his appointment six months ago sparked a backlash from some investors.
Clancy Yeates The growing sophistication of bumper bars is pushing up motor insurance claim costs, causing more cars to be written off and crunching the profit margins of Insurance Australia Group.
Darren Gray Bega Cheese, a former dairy co-operative based on the South Coast of NSW, was on track to become a "great Australian food company", its chairman Barry Irvin has claimed.
Sarah Danckert Coca-Cola Amatil shares have dropped after its first-half earnings showed how Australians are taking a pass on sweet fizzy drinks and price pressure in its branded water business is crimping profit growth.
Mathew Dunckley To businesses complaining about energy prices, industrial relations and climate policy as stumbling blocks to making investments, Anthony Pratt has a blunt message - get on with it.
Elizabeth Knight How do you solve a problem like Big W? There is certainly one school of thought that says it's time to cut and run.
Sarah Danckert Vocus Group, which owns the iPrimus and Dodo broadband brands, has assured investors it will not breach its debt covenants in the next 12 months.
Patrick Commins and Sarah Turner An upbeat start to the ASX quickly turned sour under the weight of some very poorly received profits results and more unsettling remarks from US president Trump.
Elizabeth Knight The fallout from the Chinese arrests of Crown Resorts staff was felt by the Star, but a higher than expected 'win rate' has more than offset the losses.
Adam Carey The Andrews government will ask green energy providers to bid to supply the state with 650 megawatts of power - enough to power every household in Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo and the Latrobe Valley - to meet its target of 40 per cent renewable energy by 2025.