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Oroton's administrators have told the handbag retailer's first creditors meeting that it wants more time to find a buyer or recapitalise the business.
Australian shares have ended marginally higher after bouncing around the 6,000-point mark all day, with mild gains in the energy, mining and financial sectors.
Shares in the Retail Food Group have slumped even though the owner of Gloria Jean's and Donut King rejected claims it is driving franchisees to breaking point.
Oil and gas producer AWE has received an 80 cents a share takeover offer from Mineral Resources, rivalling a 73 cents bid from a Chinese energy giant.
Morningstar believes tough times for Australia department stores are unlikely to subside soon and predicts the sector will fall to $17.5 billion in fiscal 2017.
Home auction volumes have rebounded in the week to December 10, after falling to their lowest since late 2015 the previous week, while prices slipped a little.
Optus says it will offer compensation to more than 8,700 customers who were misled about maximum speeds they could achieve on certain NBN plans.
Britain's Brexit minister David Davis has talked up the prospects for a deep free trade deal with the European Union to match one agreed with Canada.
Downer EDI's joint venture with Ausenco has won a construction contract worth $312 million for Oz Minerals Carrapateena copper gold mine project in SA.
The Australian share market looks set to open higher, following the strongly positive trend of international markets on strong economic data around the globe
The Australian dollar slips a little further after strong US jobs data showing the US economy added 228,000 jobs in November supported the greenback.
The first of Queensland's Rail's New Generation Rollingstock trains will hit the tracks on Monday, but it's not the end of the line for the project's problems.
AGL Energy will close the coal-fired Liddell power station by 2022 and replace the power with a combination of gas, wind, solar and battery sources.
A Chinese state-owned energy group has made a second takeover bid for AWE just days after withdrawing its first, reviving shares in the local gas and oil firm.
The local share market has ended the day comfortably higher, with many stocks retaking ground lost earlier in the week, led by the resurgent big banks.