Tuesday 28th Feb, 2017
Iron ore stockpiles at Port Hedland. Photo: BHP Billiton

Big bounce-back for BHP

BHP Billiton has announced a profit for the first half of FY17 thanks to a major surge in commodity prices….
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Coca Cola to shut SA facility

Beverage producer Coca Cola Amatil has announced it will close its Thebarton facility in South Australia as part of cost…
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BlueScope latest to warn of energy ‘catastrophe’

BlueScope boss Paul O’Malley has credited cost improvements and sales growth with a $159 million profit increase in the first…
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Money. Photo: Jim Wilson

$2.4m interim net loss for WorleyParsons

Reducing internal costs and improving customer delivery will remain priorities for engineering group WorleyParsons, after the company announced a FY17…
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Weak US figures impact Brambles’ bottom line

Pallet and container manufacturer Brambles has suffered on the stock exchange after it announced a flat profit projection in FY17…
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Australian miners think Chinese coal testing is unfair. Photo: Shutterstock

Fluor recognised by Fortune Magazine

Fortune Magazine has named Fluor as its top-ranked engineering and construction company in its 2017 World’s Most Admired Companies list,…
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Smelter boss slams energy sector

The boss of Newcastle’s Tomago aluminium smelter has raised concerns that the Australian energy market is not suitable for his…
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Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Veni Markovski / Creative Commons

Power cuts thrust energy back under microscope

Australia’s energy agenda has again become the subject of national debate, after a severe heatwave across the East Coast resulted…
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Arrium operates in the mining and mining consumables manufacturing sectors.

Potential London float for Arrium

Prospective Arrium buyer Liberty House has moved to assure stakeholders it is not planning to break up and flip the…
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