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The new generation wharfies

thumb Overhauling restrictive legacy recruitment systems is changing the notion of what it means to be a stevedore.

The rise of democratic retail

apple_strap OPINION: Customers now expect retailers to work harder to win them over.

Kiwi virtual reality firm's big vision

Linc_thumb Wellington virtual reality firm, 8i is vying to be part of the next big tech breakthrough.

Cosmetics fill eco niche

Brianne West, Sorbet Christchurch beauty products startup Sorbet finds being environmentally friendly has some drawbacks.

No.8 wire rules ok

Maria Slade_strap OPINION: According to the Chief Science Advisor to the PM, the Kiwi "No.8 wire" mentality has become an handbrake.

Opinion poll

What is the biggest challenge your small business is facing in 2014?

High New Zealand dollar

Supply chain issues

Credit control or late payments

Skills shortage

Compliance costs

Vote Result

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Crowdfunding raises profile

snowball_strap Equity crowdfunding is a way of raising capital and brand awareness.

Freelancer model takes firm global

An Auckland video production company has gone global with its unique freelancer-based business model.

Delivering data to the farm

App aims to cut coffee queues

A mixture of wine and spirit

David Slack The human ability to dig deep will always endure.

We can't cook - and food brands love it

As cooking skills wane, ready-made meals have become big business.

Riding the Xero horse

ACG expands further offshore

How I keep well ...

Michael Whitehead, founder of big data firm WhereScape, keeps in shape by running and with a bit of help from a few gadgets.

Managing complexity

nick Leaders need to apply different skills when dealing with complicated problems.

Connecting Kiwis in the Big Apple

Design firm owner Ronnie Peters is helping Kiwi expats adjust to the demands of New York.

Jyoti Morningstar: How I keep well

CEOs Uncovered: Victoria Crone

When is it right to ditch a client?

'Never work with people you don’t like’ is a rule many business owners have learned to live by.

Dirty Politics damages science

Shaun Hendy_strap Scientists need to be free to publish research without Government interference.

Firm creates golden fleece

A Wellington academic’s breakthrough combining silver and gold particles with wool is giving the beleaguered Kiwi wool sector a new gleam.

Inside MIT's new campus

Billion-dollar hope for 'Death Star' molecules

The reinvention of Motat

Museum shrugs off its troubled past and reinvents itself as a centre for Kiwi innovation.