Woolworths' heavy food discounting has paid off with the supermarket giant's sales growth beating analysts expectations.
Outspoken former Treasurer Kevin Foley has unleashed a social media tirade against opponents of the Weatherill Government’s bank tax, declaring former Queensland Premier turned Bankers Association boss Anna Bligh “destroyed” her state’s Labor Party, and calling Business SA an ineffectual “squawk box” whose members should abandon it.
BHP Billiton has joined its peers in sharply lifting dividends as stronger prices for iron ore, coal and petroleum helped the global miner post a solid return to profitability.
Registrations of interest are open for apartments in a 20-storey building to be built on the corner of Rundle Street and East Terrace in the city.
Adelaide-based oil and gas producer Beach Energy has posted a profit turnaround of more than $900 million.
An economic blueprint for South Australia from more than 35 years ago shows that government and business leaders were concerned we might become a "stagnant backwater". Did South Australia act on their recommendations? You be the judge.
The Weatherill Government will again head into an election campaign at loggerheads with the state’s peak business lobby, as the Premier today attacked Business SA for “talking down South Australia”.
The futurist who predicted the 2008 financial crash will give a keynote address on the future of energy at this year's event to unveil South Australia's top 100 businesses.
This week, we hand over the Media Week column to Royce Zygarlicki who takes issue with last week's assertion that Adelaide's national significance in the media and advertising industries is in decline. Rather, he argues that digital media is invigorating the local industry.
Waste cooking oil from cafes and fast food outlets can be used to capture mercury pollution from sites contaminated by agriculture, mining and other industry.
Silicon Valley has joined a swelling backlash against US neo-Nazi groups as more technology companies removed white supremacists from their services in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Tesla has contracted an Adelaide-headquartered engineering firm to help build its battery facility in the state's mid-north and connect it to a local wind farm and the power grid.
A father and son Adelaide company has developed a new process to create a lightweight, solar-powered drone, which they hope will be able to fly almost indefinitely during daylight hours.
Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev will retire by the end of June next year after Australia's largest bank was accused of breaching money-laundering and terrorism-financing laws.
Chief Justice Chris Kourakis says the judicial system suffers from an “image problem”, in part because nobody is charged with publicly defending its credibility, while governments are more inclined to divert much-needed funds into “headline” projects.
SkyCity Entertainment has posted a modest profit gain, but its Adelaide Casino recorded a decline in performance in 2016/17.
Commonwealth Bank executives will be hit in the pocket over the bank's alleged breaches of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws, with chief executive Ian Narev and others losing their bonuses.
“The long-awaited $330 million expansion of the Adelaide Casino will go ahead, including three new bars, three new restaurants, VIP gaming rooms and a bigger boutique hotel than first planned.”
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.
Australian mogul James Murdoch has joined the board of Tesla, the electric car company headed by billionaire Elon Musk.
The "sky is the limit" for Arrium's Whyalla Steelworks with the plant having the long-term potential to expand its capacity 10-fold, British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta says.
In this week's column, big changes are coming for News Corp's suburban newspaper network in Adelaide with titles to be merged and home deliveries cut back, and the Press Council finds against some particularly pointed SA coverage of the power crisis.
Australians reckon they're getting better value from their banks and mobile phone providers than from their electricity.
A “confident” Adelaide should be lobbying Qantas to establish a direct pathway from South Australia to Europe through a new fleet of Dreamliners, a former Deputy Prime Minister says.
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.
The likes of Tony Abbott were willing to see Arrium go under in the name of free market economics, writes Rob Burgess. Instead, the new owners of the Whyalla steelworks are set to save Australian jobs and make the most of clean energy opportunities.
American burger chain Carl’s Jr will this month open its first South Australian store – and only the third in Australia – in Mt Barker.