Financial Results

Ebos annual net profit up

EBOS

Christchurch's Ebos Group reports an improved annual result after Symbion acquisition.

Nuplex profit hit hard

dollar

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.

Capital, Christchurch 'disappoint'

unemployment

Employment agency CEO says while Auckland is growing, Wellington and Christchurch have disappointed.

Cooks Food Group reverses loss

NZX

Esquires Coffee franchise owner posts a profit due to debt write-off and refund of interest paid on loans.

Connexionz back on profit path

Connexionz

Bus information firm Connexionz returns to profit on the back of US contracts and sales growth in Christchurch.

Skyline profit slips $4 million

christchurch casino

Skyline posts fall in net profit as it writes off goodwill related to the purchase of Christchurch Casinos.

Former Energy Mad director sells down

Energy Mad, Chris Mardon

Former Australian politician John Hewson pockets $250,000 from selling shares he was given in NZX-listed Energy Mad.

US just the ticket for Connexionz

Connexionz

Electronic bus-information company says good progress on US contracts helped boost pre-tax profit.

Orion network powers ahead

Orion's Kimberley substation

Christchurch electricity lines company posts a small profit rise as it continues to build its quake-damaged network.

Moa now No. 4 NZ brewer

Moa Beer founder Josh Scott

Marlborough-based craft brewer says it has doubled market share since taking sales in-house.

Skyline to pay 'prudent' dividend

Skyline Queenstown

One of NZ's biggest tourism businesses is paying $12.6m of profits to its shareholders, the same as a year before.

Brighter outlook for THL

Waitomo Caves THL

Campervan rental company says annual profit will meet forecasts, and its debt will be lower than predicted.

Glitches hit Carl's Jr

carl's jr

Local suppliers struggle with stringent quality control standards imposed by the US-based franchisor.

SBS posts $22m profit

Road closed

SBS Bank has recorded a near-record profit of $22 million for the 2014 financial year.

Warehouse shares slide

Mark Powell

Investors unimpressed after retail giant warns of weaker sales at Red Sheds and outdoor gear business Torpedo7.

Solid start to year for Diligent

NZ money, cash

NZX-listed software company reports 45 per cent jump in quarterly profit as revenue rises.

IBM profit up despite sales drop

IBM

IBM NZ is focusing on higher-value, more profitable markets such as cloud computing and business analytics.

Smartpay eyes Aussie growth

eftpos

Eftpos terminal supplier posts a milestone $1.7 million annual profit after an overhaul.

Quake claim shakes NPT result

NPT Torrens House

Insurance claim settlement helped cut $25 million from the property company's annual profit.

Record year for F&P Healthcare

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

Medical device maker's profit rises 26 per cent, boosted by increased use of its respiratory care systems.

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