Sigma Healthcare boss Mark Hooper and chairman Brian Jamieson tell investors that management has never heard any reports from workers about the alleged mishandling of prescription drugs.
Pharmaceutical supplier Sigma Healthcare will face shareholder questions over claims that it failed to properly handle a range of popular over-the-counter and prescription drugs.
Labor wants to deny multinationals a tax deduction for royalties paid to related companies in low-tax countries, which it says are costing the tax office hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue.
The Australian dollar and share market are both being hit by US President Donald Trump's latest threat to reignite the trade war with China by increasing tariffs on $750 billion worth of Chinese exports.
Low-to-middle income Australians will be worst hit by a legislated plan to increase compulsory superannuation contributions from 9.5 per cent to 12 per cent by 2025, the Grattan Institute warns.
Google Australia says it is still battling the Australian Taxation Office over a tax bill it was hit with two years ago, as it declares $4.3 billion — mostly in advertising revenue from its local customers — that is not being taxed in Australia.
Australians trading in cryptocurrency may soon get a call from the Australian Taxation Office if its new data matching program flags there's a problem.
Debt recovery action initiated by the Australian Taxation Office against small firms is having a "crippling" impact on many of them, according to the small business ombudsman.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development finds Australia has one of the highest rates of casual workers among its 34 member countries, and warns 36 per cent of Australian jobs face a significant or high risk of automation.
The Federal Government's tax advisory board asks whether more transparency is needed, but business is worried more detail could be 'misleading'.