Workplaces that encourage flexible working arrangements are more productive and happier than those that value 'presenteeism', writes Matthew Salisbury.
InDaily senior journalist Tom Richardson has been named South Australia's best columnist at the 2017 SA Press Club awards.
New homes built in South Australia in the past year were the second largest in the country, driven by a nation-leading increase in the size of apartments, according to a new analysis of housing data.
Relying almost exclusively on "innovation" won't solve South Australia's economic problems, argues James Orchard.
Consumers are spending more on concerts and going to the movies but staying away from the shops, particularly clothing stores, a new survey of spending shows.
Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has warned off a foreign equity group reportedly circling Santos, saying he stands ready to prevent the South Australian energy giant being taken over and broken up.
UPDATED | Tesla has unveiled a prototype electric big-rig truck that it will start producing in 2019.
More Australian companies are taking action to ensure men and women receive equal pay, but female-dominated industries are being urged to lift their game and reverse a surprise blow-out in the gender pay gap.
South Australia's jobless rate was unchanged in October, however the figures were gathered before the closure of Holden last month.
Shares in Adelaide-headquartered energy giant Santos have soared to a 15 month high after it confirmed it recently rejected a takeover offer from a major US investor worth almost $9.5 billion.
A variety of locally bred durum wheat that proved unsuccessful in Australia is set to deliver huge royalties to the University of Adelaide after it was found to flourish in South America.
Recently ranked by BOSS Magazine as the top 5 MBA in the country, The University of Adelaide’s program offers its students not only the skills, but also the connections and confidence to help them achieve their goals.
If Walt Disney buys some 21st Century Fox businesses, it could provide a quick path for the traditional media giant to create a substantial competitor to Netflix in the battle for TV and movie viewers.
Adelaide headquartered energy firm Santos has forecast production to be largely stable in 2018, but has tipped sales to be lower than its 2017 volumes.
Telstra has offered to compensate 42,000 customers after failing to provide customers with the fast National Broadband Network speeds they promised.
Myer has dropped the sales targets it set as part of its much-vaunted turnaround plan after unveiling another weak set of figures to investors.
Despite South Australia's relatively poor economic performance over the past quarter century, there are broader forces at play that ensure the state's living standards haven't fallen as far as expected. Economics commentator Richard Blandy explains.
“One of Japan’s largest dairy companies has paid $14 million for 90 per cent of Adelaide Hills cheesemaker Udder Delights – a family enterprise that began life in the 1990s with a couple of goats named Nell and Nora.”
Companies in Australia are turning to the Industrial Internet of Things to streamline production and reduce costs to remain globally competitive.
After being brought in to help build Tesla's "world's biggest battery" facility in the mid north, South Australian company Consolidated Power Projects has been awarded the contract to build a much smaller storage facility on the Yorke Peninsula.
The largest privately-owned space company in Italy has signed on to manufacture small satellites in Adelaide.
AGL Energy appears to be standing by its decision to close NSW's ageing Liddell coal-fired power station, telling shareholders extending the life of Liddell would cost too much money, and that the bulk of the power lost through shutting the plant could be made up using wind power.
Setting objectives, defining strategies and adhering to ‘KPIs’ are the new norm in the SA Liberal Party, according to leader Steven Marshall, who insists he has instilled a private-enterprise approach in the perpetually underperforming party.
UPDATED | Ten Network creditors have voted to accept CBS's bid for the embattled broadcaster, rejecting a rival proposal from Bruce Gordon and Lachlan Murdoch.
South Australian start-up Research Sat has developed a prototype of its 3D-printed titanium box, associated quartz glass slides and microchips to transmit data that fits neatly into a miniature satellite.
The key to a thriving South Australian economy could be, literally, right in front of us, writes Dr Charlie Hargroves.
Bruce Gordon has failed in his attempt to derail CBS's takeover of the Ten Network after the NSW Supreme Court ruled the embattled broadcaster's administrator gave creditors sufficient information about his rival bid.
Britain should judge Rupert Murdoch's bid for broadcaster Sky on the facts, not politics or it risks stifling inward investment after Brexit, James Murdoch says.
In this week's column, changes at the top at The Advertiser, inside Nick Xenophon's media reform deal, and a key appointment in Adelaide's advertising industry.