Orion Health's value after a strong debut would rank it at 20th on the NZX.
Just Water founder and majority owner defends his takeover bid for the water cooler company.
TUANZ chief says consumers should be free to buy broadband services from different companies without being “double billed”.
Campervan rental company picks a 44pc rise in annual profit despite 'indigestion' from recent purchases.
Airlines aren't expected to have trouble filling 42 flights a week between New Zealand and China by 2020.
Waipa looks to encourage economic growth in the district by slashing fees for buildings.
An inflatable spa pool sold nationwide has been recalled as it may cause a fatal electric shock.
Construction costs are rising 7 per cent a year in Christchurch, the fastest rate in New Zealand.
Cayman Islands company with links to US investors buys a minority stake in the broadcaster.
Accountant vowed to do "everything in his power" to carry on business partner's vision of listing group of merged retirement villages.
New Zealand needs to keep open mind on what could be achieved through wider trade agreement, says ambassador.
Two supermarkets have telephoned employees whose wages were docked, offering to reimburse them.
The wheels fell off the buoyant Rogernomics economy of late 1980s New Zealand on Black Tuesday.
NZ retailers investigated for misleading sale pricing at the same Australian authorities launch crackdown.
New Zealand mum-and-dad investors are not showing much interest in shares in Martin Aircraft, brokers say.
Software firm Eroad has posted a small profit, before abnormals, in its maiden interim result as a listed stock.
Hamilton developer Matt Stark has just about ticked another renovation off the list.
One-off boosts to the economy are fading, but the underlying recovery is "durable" and not built on fickle borrowing, according to NZIER.
A takeover bid for Wellington-based healthcare company Acurity is on hold.
NZ's largest olive oil producer will look to capitalise on Europe's disastrous olive harvest.
Mad Butcher owner Veritas Investments is looking at a buy-back of its "undervalued" shares.
Abano Healthcare announces conditional sale of its orthotics business.
It's not clear just how many stores may close as the company teeters on breaching its banking covenants.
Rumours circulating Amazon may be about to shake up the local internet shopping market.
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NZX-listed company says it was wary of The Orthotic Centre's exposure to Government contracts.
A landmark court case awarding fair pay to women working in the aged care sector is being appealed for a second time by the industry.
The Ministry for Primary Industries is carrying out a stock assessment of snapper in the top of the south.
Software firm Eroad has posted a small profit in its maiden interim result as a listed stock.