The big and small numbers that grabbed attention - or should have - in the business world this week.
The number of new houses and units sold across Australia in 2013 - the first year in which sales have risen since 2008.
New home sales rose 14.4 per cent in 2013, coming off a low ebb in 2012 when 68,007 new dwellings were sold, according to Housing Industry Association figures.
The amount a people are paying to wear and trial Google Glass - Google's web-connected glasses.
Google has announced it will start offering integration of Glass into prescription frames for its trial participants, who it calls "explorers".
The size of the global market in "wearables" - web-connected glasses, watches and wristbands - in 2014, according to Deloitte.
A new technology report from Deloitte forecasts global wearable sales of 10 million units during 2014.
28.5 billion euros
Furniture phenomenon IKEA's revenue for 2012/13 (equal to $A44.9 billion).
Revenue growth was down on previous years for the Swedish firm, while profit growth was also slower - up 3.1 per cent to 3.3 billion euros ($A5.20 billion) compared with eight per cent growth in 2011/12.
16 per cent
The size of the fall in Treasury Wine Estates' share price after the company flagged an earnings downgrade on Thursday, citing weaker sales in Australia and China.
Treasury, owner of brands including Penfolds and Wolf Blass, cut its full year earnings forecast from between $230 million and $250 million to between $190 million and $210 million for the 2013/14 financial year.