Revamp fails to stop profit fall

Woolies has sold its stake in The Warehouse Group for $84.1 million.

Rising online sales and a $90m revamp of its stores have not been enough to help The Warehouse.

Losing the boardroom battle

The defendant was not fully named under Germany's strict court reporting rules .

Things are getting worse for Kiwi women in the top tier of business. So what's driving them out?

Nurofen faces lawsuit

Hangover

The maker of painkiller Nurofen faces a possible legal headache on both sides of the Tasman over  marketing.

Bank puts pressure on village

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Village is mystified why SBS Bank is calling in an $8.5m loan that dates back 12 years.

Esler exit paves way

LEAVING: Farmlands chief executive Brent Esler is stepping aside.

Brent Esler is leaving Farmlands by 'mutual agreement'.

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Filipinos charged huge fees to work

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Almost 70 Filipino workers claim they were charged exorbitant fees to work in New Zealand.

Bank puts pressure on village

Village is mystified why SBS Bank is calling in an $8.5m loan that dates back 12 years.

Nurofen faces lawsuit

Revamp fails to stop profit fall

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Mortgage debt tops $200 billion

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The mountain of property borrowing has doubled in the space of 10 years.

Insurance dispute cap to lift

Disputes of up to $350K will be able to go to a resolution service instead of court.

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Buyers move to top brands

Shoppers are starting to abandon budget products in favour of famous brands.

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Firm aims to help CF sufferers

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A New Zealand drug company is seeking $500,000 to trial an experimental cystic fibrosis treatment it plans to have produced locally.

Memphis Belle pulls through

The former operator of popular Wellington cafe Memphis Belle has emerged in Christchurch.

NZX, shares, money

Auckland startups win funding

A web business that helps guys get advice from girls on clothes is among the chosen firms.

world

Australian Reserve Bank reveals probe into dollar spike

Australian dollar

The Australian central bank confirms an investigation into the Australian dollar price spike one minute ahead of yesterday's decision to hold the cash rate at 2.25 per cent.

Greek crisis revives euro doubts

The risk of a Greek exit from the EU comes amid signs the euro zone is turning the corner.

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Hart slips a place on rich list

Packaging tycoon Graeme Hart falls four places to 195 in Forbes ranking, one of just two Kiwis.

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Women losing boardroom battle

The defendant was not fully named under Germany's strict court reporting rules .

Things are getting worse for Kiwi women in the top tier of business. So what's driving women out of NZ boardrooms?

The difference between the sexes

Study shows men are more narcissistic than women. This surprises no one

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Law all in the family

Law and family go hand in hand with the Mortlocks.

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YouTube echoes Spock's line

REBOOTED: Leonard Nimoy, Mr Spock of Star Trek, once hated his character.

OPINION: Spock's classic quote was "live long and prosper". Will the new subscription service on YouTube do that?

Let them eat cake

OPINION: This week's "rude cake" payout decision raises the bar for injury-to-feelings compensation under the Privacy Act.

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Lonely life of an oil explorer

OPINION: It's a hard row to hoe being a New Zealand-based oil and gas company.

farming

Legendary shearer retires

LAST TIME: David Fagan will end his shearing career at the New Zealand Championships in his home-town of Te Kuiti in early April.

David Fagan reckons he's had a pretty good innings. And you can't argue that.

Tractor connects with rural community

An iconic kiwi symbol was given a police blue and yellow make-over for this year’s major farming event.

FAMILY BUSINESS: Southland deer focus farmers Brian and Kristine Russell are aiming to lift production from their weaner deer.

Top of their game

Southland Deer Focus farmers Brian and Kristine Russell are aiming to lift deer production at The Rock.

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Cloud in unexpected places

UNEXPECTED PLACES: It would be easy to think that the farming, fishing and forestry industries are immune to shifts in technology, but nimble business thinking and agile technologies are changing the local game.

It would be easy to think the farming, fishing and forestry industries would be immune to shifts in technology, but you'd be wrong.

Telcos under the gun

Consumer NZ says internet providers are doing a worse job and customers are more likely to be dissatisfied.

DAVID MCLEAN: Acting NZ chief executive since June last year, when he was flown in from New York.

Kiwi gets top job at Westpac NZ

David McLean was drawn home from the bright lights of New York City by the allure of his "dream job".

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