Financial expert Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon advises a 17-year-old on his financial future.
David Stringer and Ruth Liew BHP Billiton's new chairman Ken MacKenzie is grappling with a simmering campaign by activist shareholders - yet moving too far to appease them could risk unsettling debt investors who own its $30 billion of bonds.
Prashant Mehra South 32 shares have dipped after the diversified miner warned that it may be facing cost pressures from rising raw material input costs and a weaker US dollar.
Adam Gartrell, Noel Towell Labor premiers say the plan is a capitulation to Tony Abbott and victory for the coal industry.
Patrick Commins and Sarah Turner Shares try to extend their hot streak to 10 sessions as selling in the major miners is offset by buying in the big banks, while jobs data looms.
Anna Patty Sham industrial arrangements that involve a handful of employees being asked to sign a "collective" agreement on wages and conditions on behalf of hundreds of other employees could be outlawed by Labor.
Mathew Dunckley Domino's Pizza is doubling down on its push into Germany, buying the Hallo Pizza chain in a deal worth about $100 million.
Tyler Yell, Chris Weston Futures suggest that the Australian sharemarket will open lower on Wednesday. ending the hot streak it had over the past eight trading sessions.
Darren Gray, Miriam Steffens The US market regulator has charged mining company Rio Tinto and two of its former top executives with fraud for inflating the value of coal assets acquired for $US3.7 billion ($4.65 billion) and sold a few years later for $US50 million.
Nassim Khadem Under a new scheme called Thrive, newly arrived refugees and migrants can access up to $20,000 each to kickstart their business.