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BASF says won't meet 2015 targets
BASF chemicals group says it won't meet its 2015 targets despite a rise in third-quarter profits.
Barnett's BHP attack a 'power trip': Labor
The WA premier says BHP Billiton has already admitted flooding the iron ore market after the company's boss said the suggestion was "completely wrong".
Takeaway giant buys Gloria Jean's
The coffee industry veteran who brought Gloria Jeans to Australia in 1996 is selling to the company behind Michel's Patisserie and Donut King.
AMP shares surge as performance improves
AMP says it is enjoying strong growth across its businesses, with cash flows in its wealth management operations more than doubling.
Bond futures weaker on better sentiment
Australian bond futures prices are slightly weaker as investors take on more risk.
China, 20 nations sign MOU on Asian bank
China and 20 other countries have signed an MOU on a regional bank that will address Asia's growing demand for infrastructure.
Qantas back to making a profit
Qantas boss Alan Joyce says the embattled airline is back on track but unions and employees remain unhappy about cost cuts and job losses.
Resmed sleep machine has dream run
A bedroom air humidifier helped sleep disorder equipment group Resmed achieve a six per cent revenue increase.
Quickflix to add customers, look at tie-up
Movie and TV streaming service Quickflix plans to add more customers and look for partners in Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
EU demands 2.1b euros from Britain
Britain is in a stand-off with the EU after the commission demanded an additional 2.1 billion euros in tax because the UK economy is thriving.