Energy Mad is selling its 20 per cent stake in its Chinese joint-venture factory for $1.7 million.
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New Orcon app integrates customers' home phones and smartphones.
Seafood giants want a 20,000-tonne commercial catch hike for the 2013-14 fishing year.
Losing rights to broadcast English Premier League soccer won't spell the end for Sky TV, analysts say.
Auckland restaurant chain allegedly paying workers less than $4 an hour will be investigated by the ERA.
Health and safety law change is needed to include a crime of corporate manslaughter, Labour says.
Rising exports and tourists spending more help improve NZ's current account deficit.
Ebos Group is urging shareholders to take up share entitlements as part of a $149 million capital-raising.
Air New Zealand comes in at 18 in the rankings of the world's airlines.
The firm owes unsecured creditors, including people who gave the company deposits, more than $18 million.
Air New Zealand is hoping a new "Sharklet" device will help the company wing its way to greater fuel savings and efficiency by 2015.
The founders of Tuatara Brewery are cashing in as an investment company taps into a 35 per cent stake in what is thought to be a multimillion-dollar deal.
The West Coast Regional Council does not believe Solid Energy's resource consent for an extension to Stockton mine has lapsed.
Children's television series The WotWots, made by Wellington company Pukeko Pictures, continues to increase its international exposure.
New Zealand Energy Corp aims to breathe new life into three oil and gas licences in Taranaki.
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Sky Television has lost the broadcast rights for English Premier League football in New Zealand.
The Dunedin City Council (DCC) is to outsource its water and wastewater network maintenance with 30 water unit staff to transfer to the chosen contractor.
ANZ vows to vigorously defend itself from a class action lawsuit over unfair penalty fees.
Carpet maker Cavalier warns some jobs will go in the closure of an Auckland factory.