Another busy reporting day on tap, while the ASX is set for a positive start to the day after a quiet Wall Street session.
Nassim Khadem As Samsung launches its new consumer-focused Galaxy Note8 in New York, the company is in conversation with Australian aviation about updating any remaining warnings about its previous Note7 phones.
Lucy Battersby Lachlan Murdoch and Bruce Gordon are a step closer to buying Network Ten after the competition watchdog said it would not oppose their takeover.
Lucy Battersby Nine Entertainment has reported a $203 million annual loss after writing down the value of its television licences and getting weighed down by onerous contracts with Warner Bros studios and redundancy costs.
Clancy Yeates Only eight chief executives of Australia's 100 biggest listed companies missed out on a bonus last year, says a new report that suggests performance hurdles for many bosses should be higher.
Carolyn Cummins Listed real estate agency McGrath has felt the bite of the challenging housing market with a 42 per cent drop in net profit to $4.9 million for the year to June 30.
Michael Pascoe Two ambulance-chasing firms are inviting CBA shareholders to punch themselves in the head and pay the firms for the privilege.
Patrick Commins and Sarah Turner Shares are poised for a cautiously upbeat start despite a soft Wall St lead, as profit reports continue to flow, including from South32, Scentre, and Santos.
If the shares of Taiwan's largest airline are anything to go by, Apple's next iPhone will be a runaway success.
Peter Martin Most of us have better things to do than juggling boxes of receipts.