Opinion and Analysis
Netflix will do battle with a growing number of video on demand providers when it enters NZ in March.
OPINION: As he hits the books in coming weeks, Labour's finance spokesman Grant Robertson will be building on thinking that's been percolating for months.
Employers using redundancy as a quick fix for workplace problems risk costly lawsuits from former employees.
OPINION: With the Chinese consumer and online marketplaces hitting our shores, one thing's for sure: it's going to be an exciting ride.
Globalisation is the key focus now for Alibaba.
OPINION: One of the abiding delights of a NZ passport is that this country has visa-free access to so many countries.
OPINION: Beware dated technology served up in 'novel' devices, writes Chalkie.
OPINION: After an election or a cabinet reshuffle, government departments prepare a "Briefing for the Incoming Minister".
OPINION: Forgive me Father, for I have sinned. In a former life, I worked as spin doctor for Contact Energy.
OPINION: Some greedy companies are holding out their hands for grants while paying no tax in this country.
Interislander is '"in danger of being swamped by the competition", says Kaikoura MP.
There have been some odd Apec meetings over the years, and not just because of the "silly shirts", but the current one probably takes the cookie.
OPINION: It will be interesting to see how the Employment Court grapples with the difficult task of working out pay rates in differing industries.
Chalkie reckons worrying about life without wireless-enabled wine-racks is understandable but what really keeps me awake at night is the failure of the financial system.
In seven short years over 2.3 million New Zealanders have signed up and collectively saved around $20 billion.
Technology companies floating on the NZX have dished up a steady stream of difficult questions for investors and the latest and largest of these, Orion Healthcare, is no exception.
Technology firms floating on NZX have dished up a steady stream of difficult questions for investors.
Dairy is a $17 billion export earner. Without it, our economy would go into freefall.
Banks will stand by their customers in the case of genuine fraud, but customers need to keep their passwords and PINs safe.
National's social housing policy is ripe for accusations of privatisation by stealth and abandonment of govt's social obligations.
We need a diverse, skilled and energetic economy ... and a lot more could be done to accelerate the process.
Banks appears to be shuffling away from a commitment they gave in 2012 to reimburse "genuine victims of internet banking fraud".