What's Happening

McGrath shares are soaring after property developer Aqualand takes a 15% stake


Why the US dollar rally could be about to reverse, in one chart


How this 30-year-old Australian went from mining industry financial analyst to owning a ski lodge in Japan



The US has withdrawn from what it calls the hypocritical and self-serving UN Human Rights Council, citing bias against Israel


WWE says it has suspended Ronda Rousey for 30 days after she 'attacked' her WWE mentor with a briefcase on live TV


The market doesn't like Telstra's plan to cut 8,000 jobs and save $1 billion



Here's the pep talk the CEO of bitcoin exchange Coinbase gave to new hires about the price dip: 'People are irrationally pessimistic'


IKEA is getting into the second-hand furniture business


PAUL TUDOR JONES: The next US recession will be 'frightening'


There's a 'dumb reason' why PlayStation and Xbox gamers can't play online together, according to a former Sony insider


What it looks like at every stage when migrant families get separated at the US border


Read the memo Uber sent its employees about using its legal team to help separated families on the Mexico border



Why Telstra is spinning off a new $11 billion infrastructure business


Trump signals he's willing to back compromise immigration bill in closed-door meeting with Republicans


YouTube has blocked MIT's educational video clips for 4 days because of updated 'partner agreements' and it's left the university frustrated


104 Generation Zs reveal what it's like to be a teen in 2018



I've lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for 30 years, and I'm convinced that tech companies have ruined it


One staggering stat in Telstra's big announcement today shows just how badly the company needed a shake-up


How playing video games affects your body and brain


It looks like Australia's property downturn is starting to have an impact on household spending