US share markets fell on Friday, weighed down by dismal economic data from China and negative news flow for major blue-chips Boeing and Johnson & Johnson.
Hyundai Motors has become the first car manufacturer to embrace car subscriptions in Australia, partnering with Collaborate Corp's Carly car service.
BHP shareholders are poised to reject a motion urging the world's biggest listed miner to suspend membership of some 'pro-coal' industry bodies.
The Australian share market has fallen, with every sector in the red except for energy shares, after the country's unemployment rate showed a surprise drop.
Overseas short-sellers have unleased another attack on an Australian listed company, this time accusing Wisetech Global of shoddy accounting.
Bank of Queensland's full-year profit has fallen 14 per cent to $320 million and chief executive George Frazis has flagged another drop in the year ahead.
ANZ will receive 13 per cent less from IOOF for its pension assets than it originally expected after agreeing to a revised $850 million price tag.
Colonial First State has been hit with a class action alleging super members lost money because the CBA-owned wealth manager was too slow to implement reforms.
US shares have dipped despite another round of robust earnings reports, as a bill on the Hong Kong protests sparked fears of heightened tensions with China.