Julia Gillard has arrested a three-month decline in her standing with voters, to be back level with Tony Abbott as preferred prime minister, although Labor would still be beaten if an election were held now.
The Australian market is expected to start strongly this week after Wall Street reached record highs, but the Aussie dollar was bumping along at almost one-year lows.
Deadlines, emails, family: stress is everywhere. How do you beat it?
Morgan Stanley is being sued after losing $5 million with a series of 'aggressive' trades.
Tiger Australia has continued to narrow its losses due to stronger returns from fares.
Demand for internet security experts is dramatically overwhelming supply, write Sandrine Rastello and Jeanna Smialek.
You might be glad someone is on their way out, but that period beforehand is costly for all.
Wayne Swan faced an unusual problem releasing his budget - having enough time for the glue holding the pages together to set.
Fears that the US could become a rival are firming as the Obama approves more LNG exports.
The case involving allegedly fake MAC products being sold in Target stores has hit a snag.
THE best photos from April, as featured in the Weekly and Review Local newspapers.