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Victoria has declared a 'state of disaster'. Here's what that means – and how it differs from a 'state of emergency'.

Telstra has accused rival Optus of misleading customers over the size and quality of its mobile network in a new court case

The RBA has directed the Australian government to spend its way out of the crisis, but warns there's no 'free lunch' in printing money

Uber and Lyft rev up switch to electric vehicles overseas, but industry warns Australia is being left behind

Cinemas will be allowed to reopen from July 1. Here are some changes you can expect.

The hard-hit arts sector is getting a $250 million injection, after being snubbed by JobKeeper

Bauer Media is getting out of Australia, selling New Idea, Women's Weekly and its other magazines just eight years after acquiring them

Kogan is worth 5 times more than Myer following the flood of online purchases during coronavirus lockdowns

Australian businesses could be back in action by July, under the government's new 3-step plan

Facebook and Google have been ordered to pay Aussie media companies for publishing their news, in a world first

Foxtel has slashed 200 jobs and will stand down another 140 workers as the coronavirus kills live sport

The coronavirus has forced Aussie co-working spaces to shut their doors as start-ups ditch hot desking

David Jones will begin aggressively closing department stores in Australia as the retailer's profits halve

Coles will make managers fill out timesheets after underpaying them $20 million, as Aussie companies go back in time to get wages right

Coles has underpaid its supermarket managers by $20 million, just months after rival Woolworths' own wage scandal

Just in time for Valentine's Day, the romantics at the ATO have changed the official definition of love

Airwallex is launching a 'borderless' card in Australia, and plans to take it to the UK and Hong Kong

Hold tight to your handbags: Colette by Colette Hayman has gone into administration, and 140 stores are at risk

KPMG predicts more collapses are on the way in Australian retail's 'killing season'

Square and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey calls out Aussie banks for being anti-competitive