Nearly half of all Australians were charged more than they expected in their last electricity bill and many are falling behind on other bills to keep the lights on.
Jared Lynch The world's biggest dairy exporter, Fonterra, will make infant formula for Bellamy's Organic under a multimillion deal, as the company increases production to combat chronic shortages of the product.
Vanessa Desloires Consumption in developed markets should provide steady but slow growth in 2016, and the drag from emerging markets will lessen, Morgan Stanley says.
Stephen Cauchi Next year promises to be a transitional one for the routed commodities market, with some key commodity prices prices expected to zig-zag up and down, Citi says.
John McDuling Atlassian is listing in a very volatile US market
Mark Mulligan Companies' operating profits climbed slightly more than expected during the third quarter, adding weight to forecasts that gross domestic product for the three months to the end of September should be markedly stronger than the June quarter's 0.2 per cent.
Mark Mulligan After more than a month of relative stability and strength, this week is shaping up as a true test of the Australian dollar's resilience as Reserve Bank of Australia commentary and third-quarter national accounts provide further clues to the currency's true worth.
Colin Kruger James Packer may have abandoned the polo field for life as a Hollywood groupie, but the sale of 140 polo ponies last month did not - as widely reported - end the family's in involvement with the sport that so enthralled the late Kerry Packer.
Max Mason Randi Zuckerberg has warned traditional media companies against a race to the bottom in order to satisfy demand for "junk food news".
Mark Mulligan The Australian economy and how the Reserve Bank reads it will dominate the local markets newsflow, while on the other side of the world, all eyes are on the European Central Bank and further announcements on monetary stimulus.