IBM NZ sees its 2012 net profit rise 14 per cent to nearly $37 million.
Treasury releases Solid Energy's 2010 plan to become a vast natural resources company.
Labour says the Government's explanation of why NZ meat is being blocked from entering China is "contradictory".
More Chinese tourists are pushing up total visitor arrivals in New Zealand.
Recommendation comes a day after shares in the power company drop below their offer price for the first time.
Kidicorp has bought rival Kiwicare's four Auckland early childhood centres.
Auckland amphibious boat company Sealegs has turned its fortunes around after a big loss in 2012.
Dumped government plans for an airport departure tax of up to $35 could be revived in future years.
Govt is doing its best with the 'quite broken company' but the troubled miner could still fall over, Key says.
Auckland agent gave stamped purchase agreements to a third party who used them to support mortgage applications.
Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch are undersupplied by international comparisons.
The offshore Taranaki Matuku-1 well will start drilling in mid-September and, if successful, a second well could be drilled nearby.
Trade Me joins lobby groups voicing concern about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.
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Wellington cloud software firm Xero was named company of the year at the Hi-Tech Awards and also took out a top export prize.
Bank customers in the Waikato have had enough and they're taking their case to court.
Wellington's screen industry is hoping the Govt will increase incentives for international TV production.
NZ's air traffic control provider plans to increase prices by 15.7 per cent - which customers will end up paying.
Airways New Zealand has partly blamed its Government shareholder for having to increase the levies it charges airlines.
Govt planned to slap a departure tax of up to $35 on travellers but dumped the idea before Budget.
Hot on the heels of a deal to distribute Alfa Romeo, Fiat Dodge and Jeep here, Sydney-based Kiwi rich-lister Neville Crichton hints at another.