Australian shares closed flat, with the energy stocks adding to early gains while the financial sector dragged on the market.
AGL expects to appoint a new chief executive by the end of the year but says it will likely stick with the departed Andy Vesey's strategy.
Agricultural chemical supplier Nufarm's full-year profit plummeted $130 million to a $15.6 million loss on the back of drought-driven impairments in Australia.
Natural gas producer Santos plans to nearly double production to more than 100 million barrels of oil equivalent by 2025.
Gina Rinehart's Hancock Prospecting is prepared to raise its offer for Atlas Iron to get total control of the junior miner.
Michael Kors Holdings Ltd is buying Italian fashion house Gianni Versace for $A2.8 billion following its acquisition last year of the shoemaker Jimmy Choo.
Retail Food Group chairman Colin Archer has retired with immediate effect, a month after the embattled Donut King owner reported a big full-year loss.
ASX-listed Gazal Corporation is in preliminary discussions with the owner of the Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein brands over a possible takeover deal.
Australian biotech company Immutep has partnered with pharmaceutical giants, Merck and Pfizer, in a clinical trial of a drug to treat cancerous tumours.
An ASX-listed tech firm is launching a mobile phone with built-in restrictions allowing parents control over their child's usage.
Britain's foreign secretary says the EU should work with Britain to try to find a way to make Prime Minister Theresa May's proposals work.
Australian shares have closed higher, getting a boost from the materials sector, as worries about international trade tensions ease.
Shares in medicinal cannabis supplier Althea Group have gone sky high as the Melbourne-based company makes its debut on the ASX.
Jewellery chain Michael Hill has hired Specialty Fashion's Daniel Bracken as chief executive to replace Phil Taylor, who quit to deal with a health problem.