New rural broadband option from Spark won't require professionally-installed antennas.
Z Energy has confirmed it is buying Chevron New Zealand, which owns Caltex.
Good news: Kiwis are gobbling up internet data faster than ever. Bad news: this may be as cheap as it gets.
Divestments have left Spark with excess cash.
The merchandise terms of trade rises 1.5 per cent following two consecutive falls.
Craigs Investment Partners fined for NZX breach.
An expected rate cut by the Reserve Bank and a strengthening US economy undercut the NZ dollar.
Opponents trying to halt wharf extension face Ports of Auckland in court today.
Ryman Healthcare will consider a dual listing in Australia as it accelerates plans to create a $1 billion retirement portfolio in Melbourne over the next five years.
Seafood magnate Peter Talley been made a Knight Companion of the NZ Order of Merit for services to business and philanthropy.
The head office of fast food chain Burger King is up for sale on Auckland's North Shore.
OPINION: The new Budget provides a historic increase in benefits - but it could also create incentives for having more kids.
A site once earmarked for a school and a wasteland are among parcels of surplus land released for housing development in Auckland.
Croxley is switching off its machinery after almost 100 years, but the company will live on.
High Court censure for breaching the Fair Trading Act concludes the bank's settlement.
Obituary - The equilibriums of Nobel prize-winning genius John Nash exist everywhere.
Business events for the week ahead.
There are signs of progress and growth for the development of two Wellington properties.
Industry body believes rural Kiwis may not be aware of all their broadband options.
Four months have slipped by since it began, but the queue of angry customers and suppliers claiming they are owed money from the Monster Slide event remains.
Dame Jenny Shipley is among Mainzeal directors being taken to court by the company's liquidator.
The owner of gourmet food market business says the new drink-driving laws are partially to blame for its disappointing performance.
More job losses are on the cards for the West Coast weeks after Solid Energy said it would cut 150 jobs at Stockton mine.
We love coming up with new ideas in NZ. Like chips that taste like fish. Or purple sausages.
Owners of 150-unit Nautilus apartment building welcome Auckland Council decision to pay nearly $24m.
There is disquiet about degrading facilities, declining skier numbers and big management salaries at Mt Ruapehu.
Healthcare product manufacturer's annual profit rises 17 per cent to a record $113m, beating its forecast.
The first 30 hectares of up to 500 hectares of surplus Crown land can now be used for development.
After work drinks took on a special significance as workers rally to support each other.