Food giant Heinz marketed a snack food as nutritious for young children but a nutritionist would call it confectionery, the Federal Court has been told.<br />
South Australia has been ranked the top state for business investment in the latest CommSec State of the States report.
Tech billionaire Elon Musk says he will return to Adelaide within weeks to update the world on his plans to colonise Mars.
In this week's column, Nick Xenophon's policy push to save Australian journalism jobs remains a chance to get through the Senate. But will the public accept tax breaks for the media?
Santos has lifted its full year production and sales guidance after higher liquefied natural gas prices contributed to an improved quarterly performance.
Shares in Myer have fallen by more than six per cent after the department store chain wrote off its stake in struggling Topshop and lowered its full-year profit outlook.
Adelaide startup EcoCaddy has expanded interstate, with the company offering the official taxi service for Melbourne’s newest arts festival, starting tonight.
We don't need another review of Australia's space industry - we just need a space agency, writes Andrew Dempster.
Mortgage applications were down nearly one per cent in the June quarter - another sign the housing market is beginning to cool.
Australian sparkling wine makers are taking some of the fizz out of their French competitors amid a surge in demand for Aussie bubbly.
Australian mogul James Murdoch has joined the board of Tesla, the electric car company headed by billionaire Elon Musk.
The New Zealand and Australian economies are being disrupted in fundamental ways, driven by the rapid digitisation of industries and communities.
The State Liberals' move to block a key Budget measure is a short-term decision which South Australia's business lobby may come to regret, writes Adelaide tax lawyer Andrea Michaels.
The State Government says 200 jobs will be created in South Australia's financial sector, in a deal announced today that it says undermines the big banks' criticism of the state's investment appeal.
Veteran broadcaster Matthew Abraham has finished his radio career on top, with his ABC Radio Adelaide program with David Bevan holding on to the number one position in the latest radio ratings.
An enormous, high-level overhaul of SA's planning system is underway, but a recent document containing highly detailed specifications has industry worried we're heading in the wrong direction.
The British billionaire who wants to buy steelmaker Arrium says the key to its success lies in finding new markets for its products.
“South Australia is likely to be stuck with high unemployment for some time with a new report predicting minimal jobs growth over the next two years and weakening economic growth.”
Bank SA has not ruled up driving up variable mortgage rates in response to the Weatherill Government’s planned bank tax, and may also axe a range of community sponsorships, as the political fallout from last week’s budget rages on.
Adelaide's dominant breakfast radio shift is set for a shakeup with longstanding ABC morning broadcaster Matt Abraham set to leave the station.
UPDATED | Concern around sovereign capability in the delivery of the Future Submarines program is a “ticking bomb”, the State Government has declared, after French designer DCNS designated itself the sole builder of the lucrative project, with no role for the SA-based Commonwealth-owned ASC.
Business chiefs have warned the Turnbull Government a new plan to push down power prices could undermine investor confidence.
Uber boss Travis Kalanick will take a leave of absence for an unspecified period and let his leadership team run the troubled ride-hailing company while he's gone.
Ten Network's future has been thrown into doubt after its billionaire shareholders decided not to support a new funding deal for the loss-making commercial free-to-air broadcaster.
Days after Jay Weatherill conceded the high-level nuclear waste dump proposal was “dead”, a last-minute parliamentary misstep has killed another of the Premier’s signature policies – statewide food trucks reform.
In this week's Media Week column, the ABC has stunned local staff by forcing out a highly-respected veteran broadcaster.
Waste from the wine industry is being developed into aquaculture feed with highly promising results.
Western Australian shipbuilder Austal is teaming up with government-owned counterpart ASC in South Australia to win the contract to build the Navy's nine new frigates.