The listed investment firm that owns the Mad Butcher has bought posh foodstore Nosh for an undisclosed sum.
Emails show surreptitious and aggressive PR tactics revealed in Dirty Politics were reflected in the business world.
Banks have dominated the flows in by using their relationships with their banking customers.
Health policy has been pushed aside in this election campaign - and that's upset health insurers.
Neil Roberts, head of New Zealand's first peer-to-peer lender is going head-to-head with the banks.
Clever rebranding has helped entrepreneur Andrew Brodie transform at least two distressed food businesses.
A real estate disciplinary tribunal has released its finding on a controversial Tamahere house deal.
The Times to be printed in Auckland
It was the end of an era at the Waikato Times last night, with the paper rolling through the old Te Rapa printing press for the very last time.
Lyttelton Port of Christchurch's annual financial results release yesterday afternoon was overshadowed by the death of a port worker just 24 hours earlier.
Our economy is the envy of the world, prompting an economist to label it a "rock star". But have NZ's listed companies lived up to this billing?
State-owned Kiwibank Group has notched up a milestone by posting an after-tax profit of $100 million.
Posties are knocking half as much as they did in the past, with letter volumes steadily down from a peak 1.1bn in the 1990s.
Pyne Gould Corporation, run by businessman George Kerr, has made an announcement on dividends that may shock shareholders.
New homes are being approved at a rate of 20 a day in Canterbury as rebuild momentum continues.
Coalminer posts a $188.9 million annual loss after it slashed the value of its Buller project.
"Competing priorities" mean the Commerce Commission won't ask Sky TV about its price increase.
State-owned rail company launches a wide-ranging review after a year from hell that cost taxpayers $248 million.
TV viewers are likely to need to sign in with a username and password to watch TVNZ OnDemand from later this year..
Business confidence falls for the sixth month in a row, with slumping dairy prices hurting farmers.
A worker has been seriously injured at a West Otago sawmill.