Australian tax authorities allege multinational oil giant Chevron used a series of loans and related party payments worth billions of dollars to slash its tax bill by up to $258 million.
I wish I could get a list of G20 delegates and send them copies of the documents Chevron and the Australian Tax Office have filed for Chevron’s appeal against an ATO claim for back-taxes and penalties.
Governments, industry and the education sector should be "alarmed" by the growing numbers of students abandoning science and mathematics in their final years of high school, say the authors of a landmark report that found a continuing decline in the proportion of year 12 science and maths students over the past two decades.
Hong Kong's embattled chief executive, CY Leung, has pocketed millions in secret fees from a listed Australian company in return for supporting its Asian business. ambitions, a Fairfax Media investigation can rev
A Muslim cleric who preaches from certain passages of the Koran could be caught in the "broad" net of the government's new anti-terror law, Islamic leaders have warned.
Tens of thousands of families across NSW are being crippled by high energy prices, with mounting arrears, credit listings and disconnections, the Energy and Water Ombudsman NSW says.
Read a statement from the office of Hong Kong chief executive CY Leung.
Corporate travel market conditions are "generally solid", with the post-budget downturn having had a greater impact on the leisure market so far, Flight Centre Travel Group says.
CSL chief executive Paul Perreault says a $210 million expansion of the biotechnology company's Melbourne plant will ensure the local manufacturing operation remains globally competitive. The move will create 390 jobs and almost double the output of an in-demand blood plasma product.