Adrian Rauso joined Business News in February 2018 as the morning email producer and is the online news reporter as of January 2019. Adrian completed a degree in journalism and politics at the University of Notre Dame, where he was the co-editor of the University’s student magazine for nearly two years. He also has experience in corporate affairs at the United States Consulate in Perth.
The International Cricket Council has overlooked Perth Stadium to host a finals fixture when the women's and men's Twenty20 World Cups are staged next year, on the same day the state government announced the stadium is a key part of its tourism strategy.
China’s economic slowdown and the lingering threat of a trade war between the world’s largest country and the US are the biggest threats to Western Australia, according to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA.
Shares in Fenix Resources were up by as much as 150 per cent today before falling at the close of trade, after the company announced it had intersected substantial high-grade iron ore via a drilling program at its flasgship Iron Ridge project, located in the Murchison region.
Osborne Park-based ServTech Global Holdings has acquired an Italy-based virtual reality and augmented reality software developer in an all-script deal worth around $5.9 million up-front, as the company seeks to turn around its struggling performance.
West Perth-based gold and uranium explorer Predictive Discovery said employees at its joint venture with Progress Minerals in the West African country of Burkina Faso were safe, after a geologist working for its Canadian partner was kidnapped from the project site and killed.
Diversified miner South32 has announced corporate affairs and investor relations executive Katie Tovich will replace Brendan Harris as chief financial officer, who will take over the chief marketing officer role from Peter Finnimore.
Woodside Petroleum has announced December quarter revenue of $1.42 billion, a rise of 43 per cent on the previous corresponding period and surpassing investment bank UBS's estimate of $1.35 billion for the period.
Professional services company Turner & Townsend has been awarded an $8.2 million state government contract to establish and operate a program management office that will oversee Metronet’s program of works.
Woodside Petroleum has awarded four contracts, which it is funding without a contribution from venture partner BHP Group, for front-end engineering design activities at its proposed $15 billion Scarborough project.
Ausdrill has announced its chief financial officer Theresa Mlikota will leave company within the next three months to undertake the same role at ASX-listed construction materials and lime producer Adelaide Brighton.
Menswear retailer Ed Harry, which employs 93 staff across 19 stores in Western Australia, has been placed in voluntary administration with an immediate clearance sale of merchandise coming into effect as creditors assess the business.
Sheffield Resources has appointed global investment bank UBS as its corporate adviser to help assess potential investments by a strategic partner in the Thunderbird mineral sands project in the Kimberley.
Flinders Mines is launching legal action in the Supreme Court of Western Australia against the owner of stock forum HotCopper Holdings, seeking details of users alleged to have made defamatory statements in relation to the board and company.