1. Is 5G or NBN the Best Home Internet Option?

    By Jacob Osborn As the internet becomes a staple part of Australian life, the debate between 5G and NBN rages on. Savvy tech-heads will say that 5G often provides superior speeds compared to some NBN options, but it’s not always the wiser choice for reasons we’ll soon explain. Fur
  2. Australia sovereign wealth fund should be preserved, not spent -chair

    By: Lewis Jackson SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's financial position will be more precarious and credit rating at risk should the government succumb to the temptation to spend the sovereign wealth fund on political projects, its outgoing chair said in a speech on Monday. The A$205 b
  3. PwC Australia gave clients other than Google confidential tax info

    By: Lewis Jackson SYDNEY (Reuters) -PwC Australia gave multiple clients confidential information leaked from Australian government tax briefings, the company said on Wednesday, the first admission that clients other than Google received leaked government tax plans. A former partner
  4. PwC Australia flags governance overhaul following tax leak scandal

    By: Lewis Jackson SYDNEY (Reuters) - PwC Australia will appoint outsiders to its board and publish audited financial statements as part of a governance overhaul to bring the partnership closer to public company standards following a scandal over the leak of confidential tax docume
  5. Telstra Chairman Mullen to retire after 15 years

    (Reuters) - Australia's Telstra said on Monday that its chairman John Mullen would retire at the conclusion of this year’s annual meeting on October 17. After serving on the telecom major's board for 15 years, the company said Mullen will be succeeded as chairman by current direct
  6. Australia's Telstra sees higher core earnings in fiscal 2024

    (Reuters) - Australia's Telstra on Thursday forecast higher underlying core earnings after it posted a 14% jump in annual profit, riding on strong growth in its mobile business and an increase in postpaid prices. The country's largest telecoms firm said it expected underlying EBIT
  7. Aussie telecom firms Telstra, TPG will not appeal block of asset transfer deal

    (Reuters) - Australian telecom firms Telstra Group and TPG Telecom on Monday said separately they would not appeal the country's competition tribunal's decision to block an asset transfer deal between the two telecom giants. In June, the Australian Competition Tribunal upheld the