Fleet management service provider, TR Fleet, recently launched TR Fleet Australia – the parent company's first venture outside the UK.
New Zealand-based hydraulic equipment specialist, Transport Hydraulic Solutions (THS), has opened a large manufacturing facility in the Melbourne northern suburb of Campbellfield (26.5 km north of the city centre).
Australia has achieved its highest ever ranking in the 2014 Global Innovation Index (GII).
Former US President Bill Clinton has told delegates at the 20th International AIDS Conference, AIDS 2014 in Melbourne, that finding more economically efficient ways to respond to HIV is vital to saving lives and preventing the spread of the virus.
Singapore's Fatfish Internet Group will open a new office in Melbourne to help boost its business in the Australasian region.
San Francisco-based IT company, Zendesk, is expanding its operations in Melbourne to take advantage of Victoria's strong information technology skills base.
Australia remains a top 10 global destination for foreign direct investment (FDI) for a third straight year after attracting US$50 billion in foreign direct investment in 2013, according to the UN Conference on Trade and Development's (UNCTAD) World Investment Report 2014.
Global ratings agency, Moody's, has reaffirmed Australia's AAA rating and stable outlook, consistent with recent assessments by Fitch and Standard & Poor's.
The Victorian Government's investment agency has created 20,000 jobs since December 2010 reaching its target six months earlier than predicted.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has grown its Australian service locations to Melbourne.
A new wearable pressure sensor has been developed which could be used to monitor people's health at anytime and anywhere.
The new Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA), signed on 8 July 2014, will strengthen economic ties between the two nations.