Is Fox going to sell Sky? Plus other business tidbits of the day ...
More claims of sexual harrassment ... a new front for the freedom fight ... and who's that with the chubby cheeks?
Is China indulging in another round of talks about new spending that it will find almost impossible to back with what's really needed -- cold, hard cash?
For all its increasing financial, political military and economic clout, China is still a frontier economy when it comes to good business and investment good governance.
Fortescue Metals Group, the iron ore miner owned by billionaire Andrew Forrest, has hit back at legal action launched by one of its largest shareholders Leucadia National Corporation.
When you consider that Rio and BHP spent close to $1 billion on their takeover skirmishing in 2008, it would be nothing for both boards to authorise $100 million campaigns to stop the RSPT. Why don't they?
Foolish errors such as the one committed by the Office of Police Integrity are an almighty disservice to taxpayers, who spent millions of dollars to ensure that justice was served.
Australia will see the biggest percentage increase in steel output next year among major steel-producing countries, as the global economy's tentative recovery boosts output by more than expected.
Fortescue Metal Group has failed in its attempt to exploit the stand off between the Chinese mills and BHP and Rio and get it hands on an estimated $A5.7 billion-$6.9 billion in cheap financing from China.
From Computershare to Macquarie, the time-honoured practice of dropping bad news when no-one is looking was on display again last Friday. So here's what you may have missed...