Some of the world's most powerful and influential technology companies are either massively in debt or barely making a profit. But in 21st century Silicon Valley, that's the aim.
One of the few policies the Coalition took to the election was a scheme to lower the amount first home buyers need to save to buy a property, but economists say it won't guarantee them entry into the market and it could prove risky.
An overwhelming majority of Australian workers clock up more than 20 hours per week, but for a razor-thin slice of society it's often as low as just one hour.
New Zealand's Trade Minister says the Pacific nation is willing to work with China on its Belt and Road initiative and says it can offer its expertise in areas such as regulation and the environment.
The Territory Government will tomorrow hand down its first budget since revealing a financial crisis in December that an independent audit found was caused in part by unchecked spending over successive governments and little accountability over how taxpayers' dollars were spent.
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.
Plans to develop a spaceport to launch suborbital satellites from on Aboriginal-owned land in East Arnhem Land are underway and the ABC has been told the project is on track, with a rocket potentially in the air this dry season. But could the site function like a rocket airport for organisations like NASA?
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.
NAB is revising down its prediction for property prices in Australia's two biggest cities, saying the fall in values since the start of last year has exceeded its forecasts.