A South Australian-based V2X technology company has today begun a connected vehicle trial in Queensland which will help explore the future of co-operative intelligent transport systems.
The companies behind a plan to build a $250 million deep-sea port on Eyre Peninsula have signed a joint development agreement with Macquarie Capital to help bring the long-awaited project to life.
Westpac has agreed to pay a record $1.3 billion fine for major breaches of money laundering and terror financing laws – the largest civil penalty in Australian history.
Four more semi-rural councils have voted to remain free of genetically modified crops, increasing pressure on Primary Industries Minister David Basham to extend the moratorium across an ever-increasing section of the state.
Deputy Reserve Bank governor Guy Debelle has indicated lower interest rates are possible in Australia without going negative, but he says the economic downturn could be past its worst.
South Australian-based potato supplier The Pye Group will invest $35 million into a new potato packing facility at Parilla, about 220km east of Adelaide.
Business SA is preparing to launch its annual young entrepreneur program as the government declares the next generation of business leaders will be key to the state’s economic recovery.
A cache of leaked files uncovered by a network of investigative journalists has revealed major failings in the global fight against international money laundering.
South Australians are rating government leaders according to the severity of COVID-19 infections within their jurisdictions in the latest mind and mood survey.
Adelaide-based luxury speaker company Kyron Audio is teaming up with fellow South Australian manufacturer Brabham Automotive to manufacture audio systems for its street legal BT62R hypercar.
A company that established its headquarters in Adelaide in 2016 as a big data firm is preparing to launch what it says is the world’s first bacteria-killing smart light.
COVID-19 has sped up the pace and scale of disruption to businesses this year, prompting them to undergo unprecedented digital acceleration. Since 2016, about half of respondents to BDO’s annual SA State Business Survey have reported some level of disruption from emerging technologies, but that number is expected to surge when this year’s survey kicks off next month.
Almost two-thirds of medium-sized companies are concerned economic activity faces a significant decline, resulting in even higher unemployment, when the federal government unwinds its COVID-19 stimulus measures.
A 33-storey apartment building is being considered for Grote Street, replacing the former home of small bar and performance space La Boheme.
A four-year contract extension to supply cement and lime to BHP’s Olympic Dam mine will help Adelaide-based Adbri make up for recent revenue declines.
A western suburbs company that designs and manufactures fuel storage and handling systems for industrial customers is expanding its range to appeal to domestic service stations.
Having begun tracking the mood of South Australians in April, the latest results of the Square Holes survey show a shift in the retail habits of specific age groups.
Crows premiership captain Mark Bickley has been axed from his high-profile hosting role at FIVEaa, InDaily has confirmed.
In this week’s executive appointments column, InDaily tracks the movements of those driving South Australia’s public and private sectors in industries including mining and food. Who’s who on the Corporate Ladder? Read on.”
Adelaide-based oil and gas company Cooper Energy has reported a statutory net loss after tax of $86 million, citing value write-downs and project delays.
Colleagues told David O’Leary and Nick Walker they were mad when they quit senior winemaking jobs to start their own business in 2000. Now the O’Leary Walker Wines founders are sharpening their focus on cellar door offerings and exploring new markets as their wine world comes full circle.
Flight Centre has suffered a $510 million loss as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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South Australia’s largest company Santos has reported a $402 million ($US289 million) loss for the first half of 2020, following months of low oil and gas prices and the coronavirus pandemic.
Qantas will sack 4000 workers next month and another 2000 are in the firing line, after taking a $4 billion hit from from pandemic-imposed travel restrictions in what CEO Alan Joyce says has been the airline’s toughest six months in its 100 year history.
Strong gold prices matched by higher volumes has helped Adelaide-based miner Oz Minerals record a net profit after tax of $80 million for the six months to June 30.
A world-leading technique developed in Adelaide for manufacturing lightweight armour for soldiers and law enforcement officers is being rolled out in Ohio to allow its maker to supply the US defence force.
China has announced an anti-dumping investigation into Australian wine, a move which today smashed the share price of Penfolds owner Treasury Wine Estates and could potentially deal a savage blow to the state’s massive wine industry.
Stonehaven Winery, which features a modern 12,000-tonne crushing facility, wine cellar and function centre, has hit the market.