OPINION: Getting a business to the next stage of growth requires planning and calculated change.
A lack of investment in its assets has driven KiwiRail to a $167 million loss for the most recent financial year.
Technology firm eRoad teams up with insurer to encourage safe driving.
Australian position on 'Amazon tax' had not been 'super clear', Deloitte says.
Some of NZ's top business people have seen more than $40m wiped off their own company shareholdings this week.
Power company will pay about $34m to investors in a special dividend, though operating profits fell 4 per cent.
The price of fuel may be falling, but margins have more than doubled in the last four years.
Two companies associated with Sir Ron Brierley snap up a stake in struggling retailer Smiths City.
New Zealand Post's profit of $128 million is almost 100 per cent reliant on Kiwibank.
Progressive Enterprises, owner of Countdown, is a good little earner for Woolworths.
Marsden Maritime Holdings anticipates further leasehold agreements on its industrial estate.
The NZ share market is up amid fading fears about China, but the kiwi is more negative.
Accounting software company pumps money into R&D to keep its cloud product competitive with arch rival Xero.
State-owned Kiwibank has reported a strong profit and a growing customer base.
A new scheme for Canterbury hopes to attract migrant workers to settle in the region with their families.
Customers want more choice over the source of energy they use and want to be more in control of their power costs, Vector’s chief executive says.
Fancy a month’s free power? A $150 credit on your bill? Power firms are in fierce competition.
New partnerships, new staff, more ships and containers contributed to PrimePort Timaru's best financial result since 1989, the company says.
SkyCity's consent application to build the Auckland convention centre is heard today.
OPINION: Metlifecare has been the benefactor of an aging population, and the house price appreciation in Auckland.
The Sunday morning and public holiday bans on TV and radio advertising might be scrapped.
Hellaby shareholders benefit from solid result, shoe stores on the block.
Listed apple exporter Scales Corp posts a half year net profit of $33.2 million.
A worker at an Auckland construction site is in a critical condition after falling five storeys down a lift shaft.
The NZX 50 has opened positively but a sharp tumble overnight pushed the kiwi into the low US64 cent range.
KiwiSaver's $1000 kickstart incentive was removed on the basis of inaccurate information, an industry lobby group has argued.
State broadcaster claims biggest lead in prime time news slot for 10 years.
NZ is feeling the effects of the dairy slowdown but tourism is a bright spot, NZIER says.
Tourism Holdings has boosted its annual net profit 81 per cent to a record $20.1 million.
Phone company says customers shouldn't be concerned by its hefty loss.