The sale of Origin Energy's 53 per cent stake in Contact Energy is welcome, an analyst says.
High Court orders an Auckland Bayleys franchise to pay its former client more than $2.2m.
House prices across NZ have have increased at the fastest rate since 2007 - a whopping 10 per cent.
The Government has been warned not to sell the West Coast's Stockton Mine in a "fire sale".
Auckland cloud software company shelves plans to list on the Australian stock market this year.
World dairy prices collapse more than 23 per cent in July to 11-year lows.
Fair weather boosts profits at one of NZ's biggest insurance groups, Vero and AA Insurance.
Warning that Christchurch's housing rebuild could be compromised as cash quake payouts increase.
Kiwi consumers are growing more confident, but New Zealand is still below the Asia-Pacific average.
A busy Tuesday with the dairy auction and Australian interest rate decision could prompt moves in the NZ dollar.
Half of Waikato-Tainui's flagship development, The Base shopping centre, will go up for sale as the tribe seeks to free up cash.
State-owned company Solid Energy could know its fate within a matter of weeks, Key says.
Christchurch bankrupt Dave Henderson wants out of bankruptcy but must face a court probe first.
Shares in cosmetics and candle maker Trilogy International jumped 21 per cent after the company flagged a tripling in half year profits.
Jetpack flying machine company Martin Aircraft will have its flying machines produced in China.
Group of small business get a leg-up through a scholarship from business growth hub The Icehouse.
Aluminium production will continue at Bluff's Tiwai Point smelter, meaning a huge sigh of relief for Southland.
Creditors vote in favour of repayment deal to keep Waimea Contract Carriers in business.
A forestry company has pleaded guilty to breaches of safety laws that resulted in the death of Charles Finlay.
A number of events coming up this week have the potential to move the NZ dollar.
Christchurch Law firm narrowly avoids falling victim to a cyber scam.
A small West Coast town is bracing for change as the local goldmine is readied for mothballing.
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Millionnaire says affordable housing will be protected on a new $900m development in Mangere.
Business events for the week ahead.
TPP negotiations could be nearing a conclusion without a decent dairy deal.
A new $20 million inland port in Rolleston means more rail-freighted containers for Timaru's port, PrimePort Timaru's chief executive says.
New competition for import and exporting customers with Canterbury inland port.
InternetNZ says customers on capped broadband plans may want to check a setting used to distribute Microsoft updates.
Recruitment agents say there's a spike in CV fraud, and it's up to employers to watch out.