Stuart Condie Reporter
  • Sydney
  • The Wall Street Journal

Stuart Condie covers corporate news for The Wall Street Journal in Sydney, Australia. Previously, he led the financial news desk at Australian Associated Press. A former sports writer for the AP and Bloomberg, Stuart has an English degree from University of Leicester.

Focus Areas

  • Corporate News
  • Australia

95 Articles
9 days ago
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Adobe Challenger Bets Economic Downturn Will Propel Sales

Design-software startup Canva is attempting to convince businesses that its products offer better value.

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26 days ago
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Peabody, Coronado Global Resources End Talks Over $6 Billion Deal

The discussions had been seen as an indication of how the coal-price surge is transforming the sector’s fortunes.

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26 days ago
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Peabody, Australia’s Coronado End Talks Over Potential Merger

UPDATED: Coronado Global Resources and Peabody Energy have mutually agreed to end talks over combining to create a ne...

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about 1 month ago
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Coles First-Quarter Sales Rise 1.8%, Strengthen Further in Second Quarter

Coles Group’s first-quarter sales rose by 1.8% on-year amid steep price rises, and the Australian supermarket operato...

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2 months ago
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Brickworks Raises Dividend After Annual Profit More Than Doubles

Brickworks raised its dividend after its annual profit more than doubled on strength in building-materials sales and ...

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2 months ago
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AGL Energy’s Leadership Overhaul Continues With McKenzie as Chairwoman

UPDATED: AGL Energy Ltd. appointed Patricia McKenzie as chairwoman with immediate effect as the Australian power comp...

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2 months ago
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Link Rebuffs Dye & Durham’s Attempt to Restructure Takeover

Link Administration Holdings Ltd. has rebuffed a revised takeover proposal from Dye & Durham Ltd., which sought to re...

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3 months ago
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Australia’s Bumper Wheat Crop Faces Export Constraints

Australia forecast another bumper wheat crop following above-average rainfall on its east coast, but supply chain bot...

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3 months ago
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Rio Tinto Enters Binding Agreement to Acquire Turquoise Hill

Rio Tinto PLC has entered a binding agreement with Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. to acquire the remaining shares in t...

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3 months ago
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Ramsay Health Care Rebuffs Revised Proposal by KKR-Led Consortium

Ramsay Health Care rejected a revised takeover proposal from a KKR & Co. Inc.-led consortium, calling it meaningfully...

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3 months ago
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Zip to Exit U.K. After Annual Loss

Zip Co. will close its U.K. operations as the Australian buy-now-pay-later provider seeks profitability in the wake o...

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3 months ago
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Qantas Launches A$400 Million Buyback After Halving Annual Loss

Qantas Airways announced a buyback of shares worth $276.4 million after cutting its annual loss by almost 50% and pay...

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