The big and small numbers that grabbed attention - or should have - in the business world this week.
The number of people who will lose their job at Qantas as the beleaguered national carrier tries to find $2 billion in savings by 2017.
The total value of dividends paid by the world's listed companies to shareholders in 2013, according to a calculation by asset management firm Henderson Global Investors.
Companies in the Asia-Pacific, which covers Australia, paid 11 per cent of the global dividend pool.
The number of Australian companies that entered external administration in 2013 - the highest annual figure since data was first made available in 1999.
FTI Consulting, which compiled the calculation, said all states except Queensland recorded an increase in company failures during the year.
FTI also warned that closures affecting the automotive and mining services industries may push up insolvency rates in 2014.
160 million tonnes
The record amount of fish produced in wild-caught and aquaculture fisheries in 2013, according to estimates from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation.
Aquaculture, or fish-farming, is expected to account for 49 percent of the fish eaten around the globe.