The big and small numbers that grabbed attention - or should have - in the business world this week.
The record-breaking number of tonnes of iron ore produced by Rio Tinto in 2013.
Rio Tinto also shipped a record 259 million tonnes of iron ore during the year.
The maximum possible return Bega Cheese could get from selling its stake in Warrnambool Cheese and Butter to Canadian bidder Saputo.
Bega opened the takeover battle for Warrnambool in September but withdrew from the battle and announced on Thursday it would offload its 18.8 per cent stake to Saputo for a pre-tax profit of up to $68 million.
5.8 per cent
Australia's unemployment rate in December, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics figures.
While the rate was unchanged on November's number, the number of people in work fell by 22,000, confounding economist expectations that the number of people with jobs would rise by 5,000.
88 US cents
The three-and-a-half year low hit by the Australian dollar on Thursday after a surprisingly weak set of national employment figures which showed 22,600 jobs were lost in December.