Santos says it achieved record gas production in the second quarter on stronger output across its West Australian gas assets.
South Australian physiotherapist Peter Flynn tends to the muscles of local athletes while also guest lecturing and offering business advice.
South Australian-based BHP superintendent Nima Sherpa is trying to pave the way for more women to work in STEM-focused industries.
An Adelaide startup that has developed an acoustic listening device for monitoring the health of wind turbines has raised AU$850,000 to support the commercialisation of its world-first product.
International gaming and entertainment company Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), responsible for the billion-dollar PlayStation brand, will establish a branch in Hindmarsh Square.
Entrepreneur Nicholas Murphy combines his role as managing director of a civil and structural engineering company with experience as a prior owner of a brewpub in the city.
Adelaide-based Elders has made a $187 million scrip and cash offer for unlisted private wholesale buying group, Australian Independent Rural Retailers.
South Australian accountant, lawyer and financial adviser Miriam Holme wants to make taxation services “fun and fab”.
Climate change is prompting South Australian wine researchers to trial drought-tolerant grape varieties from Cyprus.
Michael Pagsanjan is combining his passion for social justice and skills as a lawyer to fight for the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
South Australian entrepreneur Michael Brinkley co-founded a beverage company after being inspired to get a healthier body and mind.
Using her experience as a prisoner of war in the early ’90s, United States Army flight surgeon Dr Rhonda Cornum works with the corporate world to cultivate the same psychological resilience that allowed her to survive under brutal conditions.
South Australia has a well-established brand mark – but what message lies behind it? Nick Leaver argues that now is the time for the state to hone its pitch to the world.
As the chief executive officer of the South Australian vegetable industry association, AUSVEG SA, Jordan Brooke-Barnett is focused on helping the people behind one of South Australia’s most significant agriculture industries.
Jo Schneider wants to standardise, systemise and improve the performance of local and international universities.
Supermarket giant Woolworths is combining its liquor and hospitality businesses ahead of a divestment next year, but insists it is not trying to distance itself from the gambling industry.
With an Australian Space Agency up and running, Gail Iles makes a case for carving out a niche in microgravity or Zero-G research rockets.
South Australian freelance musician and event organiser Emma Knights creates unique and immersive musical experiences.
South Australian urban engineer Ben Wilson has more than 15 years of experience successfully developing roads, networks and pathways that move people.”
Australians were less willing to splash their cash in stores in the three months to March, with retail turnover falling in the quarter for the first time in five years.
The State Government could save South Australian businesses more than $20 million a year by improving its own tendering system for government contracts, a study has found.
Fourth-generation agriculturalists Joyce Ceravolo and her brother Joseph increased the turnover of SA apple juice company Ashton Valley Fresh by nearly a third in five years.
An Adelaide newsagent held to ransom by computer hackers last month says it was the worst experience of his life, and should be a grave warning to other local businesspeople.
The federal election period has seen Adelaide’s talk radio stations improve their listener share, with the ABC’s Ali Clarke cementing her lead in the key breakfast shift.
Copper prices fell to their lowest level in nearly five months overnight, after a Chinese diplomat ramped up rhetoric that could stoke the trade conflict between the United States and China and possibly erode metals demand.
As Port Adelaide prepares for its annual match in Shanghai, Andrew Hunter makes the case for Australian businesses to cultivate a deeper understanding of China.
A developer will devote two levels of a new Currie Street tower to “gig economy” workspaces, hoping to pre-empt a commercial real estate future in which long-term leases for large numbers of full-time staff are a thing of the past.
An electric vehicle designer says the Federal Government should emulate regulations that support luxury car companies in Britain if it wants to jump-start the manufacturing industry in South Australia.
Telstra says it expects to have told 6000 employees, by the end of next month, that they will lose their jobs – but refuses to reveal how many South Australians will be affected.