Christchurch's Ebos Group reports an improved annual result after Symbion acquisition.
Global resins manufacturer post a 31 per cent fall in net profit after tax to $42.9 million, as it battles a slowdown in Australia and Europe.
Esquires Coffee franchise owner posts a profit due to debt write-off and refund of interest paid on loans.
Bus information firm Connexionz returns to profit on the back of US contracts and sales growth in Christchurch.
Skyline posts fall in net profit as it writes off goodwill related to the purchase of Christchurch Casinos.
Former Australian politician John Hewson pockets $250,000 from selling shares he was given in NZX-listed Energy Mad.
New burger chain helps boost Restaurant Brands' fourth-quarter sales by 6.4 per cent.
NZX-listed cloud software firm has finally been able to provide clarity on its recent financial performance.
State coalminer posts a $40.9 million after-tax loss for the half-year and warns of a drawn-out recovery.
Stainless steel manufacturer will chase growth and employ extra staff despite a weaker first-half performance.
NZX-listed Apple retailer completes the sale of the Yoobee School of Design, previously known as Natcoll.
All the Australian-owned banks are reporting sharply improved performances.
Cost of the Cook Strait ferry Aratere being out of action with a broken propeller could be $30m.
Lyttelton Port Co posts a $336.5 million half-year profit, but underlying profit undershot.
Listed retirement village operator's interim after-tax profit jumps 8 per cent.
NZ Windfarms post a half-year loss of $1.2 million, a slight improvement on a year earlier.
State-owned grid operator profit jumps before one-off items, but the Government gets a reduced dividend.
Investment company Hellaby Holdings has reported a 60 per cent increase in interim net profit to $9.9 million.
Christchurch technology company posts a $2.3 million half-year loss, in line with its projections.
Rural services firm says most parts of its business contributed to a stronger six-month profit of $13.4 million.