The Chinese government may retain some semblance of control over its sharemarkets, but analysts are warning the time to intervene is over.
Peter Hannam AGL is storing water produced from its coal seam gas wells without proper permits, anti-CSG activists claim, as protests at the energy giant's headquarters marked 100 consecutive weeks.
Philip Hopkins In a ground-breaking plan, Hickory Group will assemble a tower on-site from various parts.
Vanessa Desloires Just when you thought it was safe to go back in to the sharemarket, China gives a glimpse of the extent of its slowing economy.
Mark Ritson So Google has a new identity. By tomorrow no-one will even remember what the old logo looked like.
John Collett Financial heavyweight says family home could be included in means testing for the age pension.
Stephen Cauchi Local shares were down in early trade as poor GDP data and a weak start in China weighed on sentiment.
Max Mason In fiscal 2015, Rupert Murdoch took home a total package worth nearly $US5.1 million from News Corp, down from $US8.7million the previous year.
Clancy Yeates A few extra years in the workforce – including in part-time work – can boost incomes in retirement significantly.
Vanessa Desloires A sharp sell-off in global markets overnight has set up a second day of losses on the ASX as another layer of data from China added to the fearful selling which left August in tatters.