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Iron ore billionaire Gina Rinehart remains Australia's most powerful woman, and 37th in the world.
Chinese businessman boldly goes where no man has gone before with an office, but not as we know it.
Tech news blog Re/code gets new owner just 18 months after spinning off from The Wall Street Journal.
Things haven't started well for Coke Life, but most new products fail.
Korean company wants to make mounting your TV just as easy as sticking a magnet onto your refrigerator.
A business meeting deteriorates into a brawl between angry men.
A merger of Charter and Time Warner Cable would create a major player in the US cable market.
Today’s robots are writing a new chapter in the age-old debate over people vs machines.
Big Tobacco is pushing back against Europe's effort to remove the marketing allure from smoking.
Oil held near US$60 a barrel as US drillers increased activity for the first time in six months.
Ronald McDonald won't be sent into retirement, CEO says during a grilling from shareholders.
Greece cannot make debt repayments to the International Monetary Fund next month unless it achieves a deal with creditors.
Kiwi high flyer Ellen Zhang is spearheading a drinks revolution in her home country.
Pan Sutong made $29 billion this year and then lost most of it. He says he doesn't care.
The US postal worker who landed a gyrocopter at the US Capitol says he did it to highlight 'rampant corruption' by Congress.
It's got beef, hot dogs and crisps and weighs in at a whopping 1080 calories.
Li Hejun began the day as China's second-richest man but was almost $US14 billion poorer by 11am.
Six of the world's biggest banks will pay US$5.8 billion, five plead guilty to charges of currency-rigging.
The hopes of Britain's accused "flash crash" trader of being released from custody as he fights a US extradition request were dented on Wednesday.
Leaked contract suggests music label could be just as responsible as streaming service for size of artists' royalties.
Animated character goes wee-wee-wee all the way to the bank with merchandise and theme parks.
Colonel Sanders has risen again in a drive to get more people finger lickin' happy about KFC.
Fast-food giant accused of not paying taxes in Australia by shifting profits through Singapore.
Japanese company recalls 34 million vehicles in the US due to problems with air bag inflators.
Kiwi coffee company building 30 coffee stores in China.
A day after "fast track" authority failed in US Senate, lawmakers reach a deal to revive the measure.
Billionaire Nick Woodman's fortune dropped US$229m after he fulfilled a promise to his college roommate.
Nine media outlets will now post stories directly to the social network's mobile news feeds.
Hopes of getting the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal settled this year have hit a roadblock.