Sell what you can, not what you want, goes the old markets adage.
Taylor Hall James Packer's Melco Crown Entertainment rallied in US trading on signs that a slowdown in the gambling hub may not be as severe as expected.
Ross Gittins Coal's days are numbered and the sooner we face up to that the better.
John McDuling It's no secret that Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey greatly admires Steve Jobs, the visionary behind Apple.
Ruth David, Matthew Campbell and Manuel Baigorri Drawn up by a handful of men in a one-lane street in London, the $146b deal creates a mega brewer that makes one beer in every three worldwide, and claims half of the industry's profits.
Andreas Cremer and Jan Schwartz The embattled carmaker looks to electric plug-in vehicles to salvage its reputation after the diesel emissions scandal.
Local shares are poised to open lower, on a weak lead from Wall Street, ahead of Australian consumer confidence data.
Peter Ker Large shareholders suggest the growing number of mining assets hitting the market could tempt the resources giant into an opportunistic buy.
Benjamin Preiss, Clay Lucas Asian investors in Melbourne's CBD have been "stunned" by new rules restricting skyscraper density in the city centre, a planning consultancy that works extensively with overseas firms building apartment towers has warned.
Peter Hannam The Baird government has raised its energy savings goal 70 per cent by 2020 in a bid to limit rising electricity and gas bills, and save an extra 730,000 tonnes of carbon emission annually by the end of the decade.