Opinion & Analysis
OPINION: The general election is almost here yet the main parties are for the most part staying with the status quo in industrial relations.
OPINION: This election is a choice between rhetoric and reality, complacency and ambition, the past and the future.
OPINION: Will England, Wales and Northern Ireland become RUP - Rump UK - if the Scots vote to divorce themselves from the UK?
OPINION: Last week Denise Irvine discovered she may be a bad nana, but she's not going to shut up shop.
OPINION: Two very different companies have scored score own goals as they sought to rebrand.
OPINION: At roughly the halfway mark in its 10-year turnaround plan, state-owned rail company, KiwiRail, still looks a difficult commercial proposition.
OPINION: People who plan ahead are prepared financially, but buying on emotion gets you into financial trouble.
OPINION: As a tax adviser, I can tell you that Capital Gains Tax tends to be complex, but one thing is for sure - it will be a boon for some.
OPINION: Not only is honesty the best policy, but fessing up early and taking the hit of a warning may save you from the axe.
OPINION: We don't want to lose sight of what we're good at, but a new player on the block is showing us we can try new things.
OPINION: A couple of weeks ago I spent the weekend hunting pheasant at Te Para, near Taihape.
OPINION: Markets seldom crash unless they are grossly over-valued - is that the case for property in New Zealand?
OPINION: Crowd-funding is an interesting and low-cost way to try to raise money, but there's a big risk for investors.
OPINION: The $700m investment in China's Beingmate relies on some heroic assumptions, writes Chalkie.
OPINION: I was given many explanations while in Poland as a guest of the Polish embassy in Wellington.
OPINION: To wrap up the series, here's what you should do now to be ready for any future capital gains tax.
OPINION: Branding in banks, food chains and the like means staff conformity is likely to be required.
OPINION: Wellington was party town in the heyday of Rogernomics in the mid to late 1980s.
OPINION: One of the joys of being unemployed at the moment is being able to spend time on things I normally miss.
OPINION: For the first time in decades voters face a stark choice about the economic direction the next government takes.