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The payments giant is sponsoring the launch of a new transactional Buy from the Bush marketplace, which enables small rural merchants to reach new customers.

The Australian sharemarket is expected to open weaker as Wall Street fell on fading hopes for more stimulus. Tesla reported a fifth straight quarter of profits, beating analyst expectations. The $A rallies above US71¢.

Canadian company BrainBox's AI technology will be deployed in 40 of AMP Capital's properties, saving the business 15 to 20 per cent on its energy costs.

As evidence mounts that rival nations are still selling coal to China, Australian miners urge the government to repair relations with the nation's biggest customer

Westpac is the latest corporate tenant to weigh up just how much office space it needs post-pandemic, as it considers shedding up to seven floors in Sydney's CBD.

Riley Bechtel has bought into a sleepy but searingly expensive Californian neighbourhood that has closed an unprecedented number of eight-figure property sales.

A new pricing structure for NBN Co's fastest broadband plans fails the test of simplicity, but could lure consumers into spending more in return for higher speeds.

Although investors always fear a bubble, the rational explanation for the tech stock boom is even more alarming.

Stockbroker Shaw and Partners has started rustling up fund managers for an equity raising.


Beijing plans to bypass the city's legislature to impose new rules which would allow it to crack down on protests and on critics of the Chinese government.

A Chinese military contractor that boasts of spreading disinformation and promoting conflict has compiled profiles on more than 35,000 Australians, from Prime Minister Scott Morrison to billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes.

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Australia is dealing with China using a doctrine of "strategic patience and consistency" and will never trade away its sovereignty or security in the face of threats to its economy, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.

Hong Kong activist fears he will be sent to one of Beijing’s ‘black jails’

Major cyber security flaws were found in the Beijing-funded data centre in Port Moresby, where government files could be easily stolen without detection.