Talks to merge the world's largest goldmining companies, Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining broke down over the weekend amid minor disagreements that leave open the possibility a deal could be revived, reports say.
Global and Chinese car makers are looking to the Beijing car show to help boost sales in a slowing, intensely competitive market.
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Two dominant owners have emerged for a large swath of the national office market, with GPT Group in the process of acquiring $679 million worth of prime buildings.
The slides for the annual meeting of Energy World Corporation in 2012 depict chairman Stewart Elliott and his trusty finance man Brian Allen departing by helicopter for a site visit in Indonesia, then arriving by helicopter safely at site.
Interest rates on online saver accounts are drifting down despite no official moves from the Reserve Bank, in a sign banks are competing less fiercely for deposits.
The relationship between Energy Resources of Australia and a crucial group of indigenous people appears to be deteriorating, after the miner raised doubts about its ability to pay for the rehabilitation of the Ranger uranium mine near Kakadu.
China's new-home price increases eased across the country last month amid tighter credit that led to developer discounts.
Retail property is in hot demand as a further $100 million of assets hits the market with the sale of the Deepwater Plaza, a sub-regional shopping centre at Woy Woy on the NSW central coast.
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