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.
About 1000 organisations still rely on pagers, once the only economical way to contact workers in an emergency.
Open Source Software Society fears set-back for software development industry.
Two fashion chains met different fates
NZ's Rocket Lab signs deal with America's space agency to launch rockets.
The Financial Markets Authority has issued civil proceedings against former Milford Asset Management portfolio manager Mark Warminger.
Government silent on speculation it could cut tax-free threshold to $100 or lower.
The Government has wasted more on Oracle than it has spent subsidising Team NZ, a lobbyist says.
OPINION: Property speculators are running a different business to landlords, says Andrew King
40 per cent of jobs will go and half NZ universities will close in five years, seafood industry leader says.
NZ Oil and Gas may be on to a huge oil and gas prospect in the Canterbury Basin, but it is still early days.
Computer monitoring on all boats may replace fisheries observers.
Tony Sewell leaves the company he grew from a $3m minnow to a $700m South Island player.
The head of one of New Zealand's richest families has died aged 88.
Moa staff offered shares as incentive to grow the craft beer company.
Children's TV production company Pukeko Pictures has appointed a new boss to oversee the growth of the Wellington company.
The number of new homes consented in June fell more than 4 per cent on the previous month.
The Government is promising to provide "guidance" on what constitutes high-risk and low-risk workplaces.
Jetstar will launch its sixth domestic jet route and add more trans-Tasman seats this summer.
Zara comes to Auckland's North Shore, in a fashion.
Auckland software company Gentrack has announced chief executive James Docking will step down next year.
First half and second quarter sales strong for Kathmandu's would-be suitor, Briscoe Group
OceanaGold Corporation soon to make an announcement.
The NZ dollar looks set to fall further as the US central bank opens the door to rate hikes later this year.
PM John Key has "let down" the lost Pike River miners with watered-down health and safety legislation, relatives say.
More than 40 businesses and organisations are finalists in the Champion Canterbury Business Awards 2015