‘Take the first step’:Fortescue to spend $9.2b to stop using fossil fuels by 2030

‘Take the first step’:Fortescue to spend $9.2b to stop using fossil fuels by 2030

Billionaire Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest says Fortescue’s push to hit zero carbon emissions by 2030 “is an investment that every company in the world ought to make” to combat climate change.

  • byFarrah Tomazin andSimon Johanson

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Musk v Forrest:The clash of eco-titans and their enormous egos
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Musk v Forrest:The clash of eco-titans and their enormous egos

Elon Musk’s dismissal of green hydrogen as a viable technology for cutting emissions has sparked a war of words between the Tesla founder and Australia’s richest man.

  • byElizabeth Knight
Facebook pulls out all stops to delay cryptocurrency scam case

Facebook pulls out all stops to delay cryptocurrency scam case

A federal judge has largely rejected an attempt by Facebook’s owner,Meta,to suppress key documents,but the company has returned with fresh claims.

  • byNick Bonyhady
Compromise in the jobs summit,confrontation in the foyer

Compromise in the jobs summit,confrontation in the foyer

The jobs summit promised collaboration,not conflict,but in parliament’s marble foyer two feuding sides held one very public tete-a-tete.

  • byNick Bonyhady
How Twiggy Forrest drove first humanitarian grain shipment out of Ukraine

How Twiggy Forrest drove first humanitarian grain shipment out of Ukraine

After visiting Kyiv,Forrest has put his vast resources and networks to good use in a bid to save Ukraine’s record harvest and help feed an increasingly starving world.

  • byRob Harris
Fortescue seeks to explore WA’s south in hunt for critical minerals

Fortescue seeks to explore WA’s south in hunt for critical minerals

The iron ore mining company has pegged out several tenements west of Ravensthorpe as it chases deposits for metals which will help fuel a renewable energy transition.

  • byPeter de Kruijff
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Twiggy’s plans for a new Rhodes scholarship – in Perth

Twiggy’s plans for a new Rhodes scholarship – in Perth

The mining billionaire wants to bring the world’s best and brightest to the west. Good luck to him.

  • byKishor Napier-Raman andBenjamin Preiss
Manufacturers demand strong action as gas shortfall looms

Manufacturers demand strong action as gas shortfall looms

Manufacturing groups say Australia must not allow gas market failures to ‘savage’ the economy

  • byNick Toscano
Gaines blasts snail-pace towards gender equality for chief executives

Gaines blasts snail-pace towards gender equality for chief executives

Corporate Australia needs to move faster on employing more women as chief executives,says outgoing Fortescue boss Elizabeth Gaines.

  • byPeter Milne
Fortescue breaks iron ore record for third year in a row

Fortescue breaks iron ore record for third year in a row

The Andrew Forrest-backed miner believes the output of Australia’s most lucrative commodity could continue rising even amid concerns about cooling Chinese demand,rising costs and an economic slowdown.

  • byNick Toscano
Twiggy,broadcaster back Australia in Super stoush with New Zealand

Twiggy,broadcaster back Australia in Super stoush with New Zealand

Rugby Australia chairman Hamish McLennan created a stoush when he said Australia would explore a Super Rugby future without New Zealand. He has backing from two influential partners.

  • byGeorgina Robinson