Mazda has announced a new graduate recruitment plan for fiscal year ending March 2017 which will see it employ a total of 475 new workers.
Mondelez International, which makes Vegemite in Australia, has disputed claims by a New Zealand woman that a local one dollar coin was found in her Vegemite packet.
A $73m contract to produce the steel for the new Perth Stadium has been awarded to Western Australian civil engineering and construction firm Cimvec.
Aviation history is currently in the making as Swiss pilots Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg attempt the first solar powered flight around the world.
Major metal manufacturer, Alcoa, is set to pay $1.5bn in stock to acquire Pittsburgh-based titanium company RTI International Metals following an announcement last week.
The Abbott government has this week been accused of gross over exaggeration after it announced a $900m package to the Australian car industry that may only be worth $100m.
Volkswagen has announced it will invest $1bn to expand its vehicle assembly plant in Mexico’s Puebla state, which the company first opened in 1964.
NASA has made history once again, with its Dawn probe becoming the first spacecraft ever to circle a dwarf planet.
As the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) prepares to fire up again at the end of the month following two year's of maintenance, its operators have released a video shot by a drone as it flies over Alice, one of the LHC's four detectors.
THE US Education Technology sector received a massive boost last year, with funding having reached $1.87bn in 2014.