Private developers in China have been increasing their debt levels, research shows.
China's private property market is to blame for rising debt, not government owned or controlled businesses, new research shows.
Inflation has been stubbornly low in Australia, and the RBA remains concerned about a high Australian dollar.
A 700-page book of economics was never going to be a walk in the park.
Shadow minister for employment Brendan O'Connor said the labour force participation rate was in "free fall" and that this showed "people have stopped looking for work". Is that true?
More supermarkets are starting to stock "phantom brands"- private label products without any reference to the business' brand or logo.
The market sends us many signals on mergers and acquisitions, and there's a few simple tricks to understanding them.
Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen said Australian wages growth is at record lows. Is that true?
Fresh thinking is needed and women's voices must no longer be excluded
Business Briefing: being funny with customers.
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New research shows that humour can relieve tension for employees and increase customer satisfaction, just don't make jokes when it comes to offering apologies!
A Trump victory in the US presidential election is unlikely, but then again, so was Brexit. If he does get elected, there may be severe economic and financial consequences.
APRA has updated its guidance to lenders on concerns about the risks to financial stability from the housing market, but it should be focusing more on the banks, not hurting those with a mortgage.
Some people evidently think wealth inequality is a good thing, but there's plenty of evidence to show the problems it causes.
Before fiddling with the design of paid parental leave, we need to be clear about the purpose of the policy.
People from South East Asian countries are less likely to default on their mortgages because of a culture of financial assistance from families, new research shows.
A panel of experts on housing respond to Treasurer Scott Morrison's speech on improving the supply of housing in Australia.
Here's how to make a happy workplace during year-end assessments.
Our infrastructure systems should promise what is worth having, and then deliver what is promised.
Chinese gamblers in Australia were once prosecuted and had to stand up for their rights, now they are sought after by Australian casino owners.
Business Briefing: rate tracker mortgages.
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Rate tracker mortgages could provide some certainty for customers and increase trust in the banking sector.
Uber's 'retreat' from China has led to soul-searching about whether the country is worth it. Don't tell that to Coca-Cola and GM, however, which have found great success in the People's Republic.
Think it's a mere coincidence the first two letters of "algorithm" hint at Artificial Intelligence?
Indonesian lawmakers should ignore a push from nationalists groups to return monopoly rights over the country's oil and gas reserved to the state oil company, Pertamina.