Economists have been unanimous in their support for the new RBA governor, with most describing him as the best choice from within the institution's ranks.
Peter Martin Glenn Steven's deputy has been appointed governor of the Reserve Bank in one of the government's last acts before it goes into caretaker mode.
Carolyn Cummins Hotels are now the hot ticket in town with all the major developers looking to expand their offerings. This is triggered by the increased inbound tourism from Asia, the higher propensity for "staycations" among domestic travellers and the rising demand from business and conference attendees.
Staff Reporters Drinkers will be transported to 1958 when they reach into their fridge for a cold tinny.
Simon Johanson and Carolyn Cummins The abnormally warm weather across Australia's eastern seaboard has not slowed fashion sales in shopping centres but there are concerns it may have an impact.
Jared Lynch Fonterra has slashed the price it pays farmers for its milk, a week after Australia's biggest milk processor, Murray Goulburn, cut farmer payouts following a steep profit downgrade.
Paul Mozur In China, an iPhone can be found for a small fraction of the official price. It just might not be a phone.
Patrick Commins Australia is "the poster child of the China boom", but will eventually succumb to the new normal of lower growth and even lower inflation, one of the world's leading credit strategists says.
Vanessa Desloires Veteran investor says virtually every industry in existence is likely to become less labour-intensive in future years as new technology is assimilated into existing business models.
Dana Hull Tesla's founder, 'hell-bent' on turning electric-car company into a commercial success, keeps a sleeping bag in a conference room next to the production line.