Woolworths is likely to face shareholder angst over its $300 million wages scandal when the supermarket giant holds its AGM in Sydney on Monday.
The Australian share market can expect to get off to a positive start to the week as the US and China score the first phase of a trade deal.
Asahi Beverages has committed to using 100 per cent renewable electricity across its Australia and NZ operations by 2025, matching a promise by Lion and CUB.
UBank chief executive Lee Hatton will lead Suncorp's banking and wealth division following the previously announced departure of David Carter in October.
Qantas will decide in March whether it will buy up to 12 planes from Airbus as it looks to fly passengers direct from Sydney to London and New York.
Lynas Corp has submitted a tender in response to the US Department of Defense's call for proposals to build a heavy rare earths separation plant.
News that the US has reached a "deal in principle" with China to resolve a trade war has prompted Wall Street's main indexes to reach record highs
Outgoing Westpac chairman Lindsay Maxsted says the bank was too slow to implement robust monitoring of money transfers potentially linked to child abuse.
Price competition for decorative stickers has hurt online marketplace Redbubble, whose shares have plunged 42 per cent after a disappointing trading update.
Some speculators betting on a drop in the value of the Australian dollar have been caught out by the speed and scale of the currency's rally on Thursday.
Despite pressure, BHP says it will remain a member of all current industry associations after reviewing their climate and energy policy positions.
The Takeover Panel is allowing ERA's $476 million entitlement offer to proceed but says Rio Tinto can't use it to acquire all of the company.
The competition watchdog says Asahi's proposed $16 billion purchase of Carlton and United Breweries could lead to it controlling most Australian cider sales.