Rupert Murdoch's thick heads at Fox News -- like Glenn Beck, who is constantly throwing out personal Barack Obama digs -- are starting to cost him money, with major advertisers boycotting programs.
Fortescue Metals Group has settled its 2010 iron ore contracts with Chinese steel mills, giving the Chinese the victory they need to attempt to pressure BHP and Rio to settle at larger discounts to the Japanese.
For the second week in a row, China's stockmarkets have refused to heed the assurances of senior officials and have fallen -- more than 12% in the past fortnight.
Glenn Dyer reports on the latest casualties from the beleaguered US financial sector.
For the third time in 10 days American markets and investors have received a reminder of the fragile state of the current recovery and market boom, writes Glenn Dyer.
The nation's infatuation with home economics is yet to peculate through to magazine racks, as key titles continue to struggle.
There wasn't much left for Reserve Bank Governor, Glenn Stevens to say at today's appearance before the the House of Reps Economics Committee.
While Fairfax and News Ltd papers are suffering nasty falls in ad revenues, recent figures of Australian newspapers show small, but not fatal falls in some cases and small rises in others.