Nominations are now open for the South Australian Business Index – InDaily’s annual ranking of the state’s top 100 companies.
The local economy is looking up but we won’t take the next steps without Adelaide’s bright new business stars being backed to take risks, writes Stephen Mabbs.
In the year that saw the economic and emotional blow of Holden’s closure, South Australia’s biggest companies surged forwards, according to the SA Business Index – InDaily’s annual review of the state’s top 100 companies.
Today we reveal South Australia’s top 100 companies for 2017-18, as measured by InDaily’s SA Business Index.
The countdown continues of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index. Today, companies ranked 59-40.
The countdown continues of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index.
The countdown begins of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index. Today we reveal numbers 100 to 80, a segment which includes a number of new entrants from sectors including technology, mining and wine.
The market capitalisation of South Australia’s top 100 companies has risen by more than 25 per cent over the past year, according to research conducted for InDaily’s SA Business Index.
Local companies have until the end of this month to nominate for inclusion in this year’s South Australian Business Index – InDaily’s annual listing of the state’s top 100 companies.
InDaily’s annual South Australian Business Index – which ranks the state’s top 100 companies – is open for nominations.
More than 600 guests attended InDaily’s South Australian Business Index lunch in the William Magarey room at Adelaide Oval yesterday to hear the announcement of the 2017 top 100 SA businesses.
The top 10 local companies – and the award winners – in this year’s South Australian Business Index include industries of traditional strength for the state, but also some potential new power sectors.
Adelaide headquartered agribusiness Elders has booked a first-half net profit of $38.2 million, up 56 per cent from $24.6 million a year earlier.
A South Australian air services company is literally spreading its wings into new industries to help drive the growth of its business.
Art Gallery director Nick Mitzevich has a bone to pick with InDaily’s index of South Australia’s top 100 companies.
Santos has narrowed its full-year sales guidance to the top end of its previous target range after total sales volumes leapt 31 per cent in the September quarter, compared with the same period last year.
The countdown continues of state’s top 100 companies in InDaily’s South Australian Business Index.
Today we reveal the first group of top 100 companies from this year’s SA Business Index list. Numbers 100 through to 81 include a diverse mix of food producers, IT, energy, construction and engineering businesses and even real estate companies.
The highly anticipated business ranking event, InDaily’s South Australian Business Index, has announced a new financial partner for 2016.
As our economy changes, services are now taking a front seat and helping drive our state. Nick Chigwidden, the CEO of workplace, aged care and physiotherapy provider, WorkXtra/PhysioXtra, talks to InDaily about the emerging opportunities for South Australia in aged care and workplace health.
UPDATED: The share market is almost 1 per cent higher due to gains by the big four banks and several major resources companies at noon.
South Australia’s unemployment has plateaued at 7.2 per cent but remains the highest in the country. Workskil chief executive officer Nicole Dwyer talks to InDaily about how she and her team are helping Whyalla, Port Augusta and Holden brace for job losses and re-educate employers along the way.
UPDATED: The Australian share market is lower, taking its cue from a decline on Wall Street amid cautious trade and falling oil and commodities prices.
UPDATED: The Australian share market has opened slightly higher following modest overnight gains on Wall Street.
The Federal Government will take another look at the so-called backpacker tax, set to kick in from July, amid concerns it could impact agriculture and tourism industries.
One of South Australia’s largest shopping centres has finished its $51 million expansion, undertaken to service one of Adelaide’s fastest-growing regions.
Telstra has appointed former Optus chief executive Kevin Russell to lead its retail business.
Mining giant BHP Billiton has called for tax and workplace reforms in Australia, wading into the ongoing political debate ahead of the federal election later this year.
A rescue plan has been handed to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to stop South Australia’s Iron Triangle turning into a “rust belt” from the break-up of Arrium and closure of the Whyalla steelworks.
The Australian share market has opened higher.
South Australia’s big end of town is shutting up shop or packing up and heading east. Can the last “top-hat capitalist” switch off the light on the way out and leave the door ajar for the post-industrial future, asks Richard Blandy.
APA Group has made a $130.3 million all-cash offer to take over Ethane Pipeline Income Fund, owner of the Moomba-to-Sydney ethane gas pipeline.
Adelaide-based food company Beston is setting a cracking pace with lobster sales and cheese production aiding its goal of becoming a leading global supplier, its half-year results report.
UPDATED: Slater and Gordon has turned down managing director Andrew Grech’s offer to resign after it reported a first-half loss of almost $1 billion due to a huge writedown linked to its business in Britain.
The company rolling out the national broadband network has rejected reports it is falling well short of its construction schedule.
UPDATED: The Australian share market is up strongly at lunchtime, led by financial sector and mining stocks.
Federal cabinet has given the nod to a shake-up of media ownership laws.
UPDATED: The Australian share market is around 1 per cent lower after a sharp slide in oil prices prompted selling on Wall Street.
New director of the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Heather Croall, takes 10 minutes to talk to us about the success so far of this year’s Fringe, how she wants to work closely with city businesses, and how the event can expand into new parts of the city.
UPDATED: BHP Billiton has slashed its shareholder dividend and abandoned its progressive payout policy after a collapse in commodity prices forced it into a $US5.67 billion ($A7.84 billion) half-year loss.