Almost 70 Filipino workers claim they were charged exorbitant fees to work in New Zealand.
Village is mystified why SBS Bank is calling in an $8.5m loan that dates back 12 years.
The maker of painkiller Nurofen faces a possible legal headache on both sides of the Tasman over its marketing tactics.
Rising online sales and a $90m revamp of its stores have not been enough to help The Warehouse.
Blue Chip founder Mark Bryers is banned from carrying out business in NZ for another seven years.
A routine stop by police found the driver of a Naked Bus service between Wellington and Napier did not have a licence.
Reserve Bank told to to "stick to knitting", after announcing plans to crack down on rentals.
Man accused of defrauding a construction company of more than $100,000 has been released on bail.
Three car dealers have been fined by the Commerce Commission for failing to display consumer information on used cars.
A web business that helps guys get advice from girls on what clothes to buy is among the chosen firms.
Credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service has reaffirmed New Zealand's Aaa sovereign credit rating with a stable outlook.
The freight firm, owned by Graeme Hart's daughter and John Hawkesby's son, aims to raise up to $44.5 million.
Waikato business incubator SODA Inc. will be relocating to Wintec House in the heart of Hamilton city.
Slow sales for red sheds and Noel Leeming electronics were the main reason for the company's 26 per cent drop in profit.
The mountain of property borrowing has doubled in the space of 10 years.
Commerce Commission is concerned the airline is misleading customers when selling travel insurance.
Goldman Sach's oil guru believes surplus storage space and oversupply of capital will weigh on oil prices.
The old air force base at Shelly Bay is in line for development as part of a push to get more new houses built in Wellington.
Anti TPPA lobby group It's Our Future expects a big turnout for its rally tomorrow.
Economic traffic between New Zealand and India is closer to moving to the fast lane as work continues on a free-trade agreement.
The burger joint will be the southernmost Wendy's in the world.
Cheapest apartment in the Auckland block will start from $399,000 for a one-bedroom unit.
Supermarket giant won't be drawn on whether it will follow rival Woolworths and sell its stake.
NZ’s biggest Maori-owned fisheries company signs deal with Nelson boat builder for state of the art fishing boat.
Supermarket chain refuses to sell fish caught in the Ross Sea, hitting NZ's $18m in exports.
Energy retailers say lines company tariffs hamper efforts to provide clear information to households.
Owner of Briscoes and Rebel Sports defies the difficult climate for retailers.
Online accounting software developer US market debut will be at the start of 2016 at the earliest.
Port of Timaru accident reinforces calls for a national inquiry into port and maritime safety.
The Invercargill City Council will look to further capitalise on a free trade agreement with Taiwan.