Paris Hilton tweets the world that her latest raunchy Carl's Jr ad has been banned in New Zealand.
Alibaba's founder believed in the internet's business potential when few other Chinese did, and is now worth $27 billion.
The Chinese e-commerce giant prices its initial public offering at US$68 a share, raising US$21.8 billion.
Ireland's economy is growing rapidly, leading economists to declare the country's debt crisis dead and buried.
G20 finance ministers are expected to ratify the first part of a plan to restrict multinational tax avoidance.
OPINION: Compared with the money mere mortals take home, CEO pay in Australia is the lowest it has been for 11 years.
The Federal Reserve signalled its plans citing that a broad range of US economic measures remain subpar.
A phony NZ bank was set up in the US to help steal millions of dollars from developers.
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Fujitsu says the New Zealand has taken its eye off the ball greening its infrastructure.
Stock markets around the world rose on rumours the US Federal Reserve would stick to interest rate guidance.
Most US households saw no increase in their income last year, despite the recession ending five years ago.
Internal RBA document suggests the currency may be too high even after a week-long tumble of four cents.
For investors in Alibaba's potentially record initial public offering, Simon Xie, co-founder and VP, is one of the e-commerce giant's most important figures.
Gold and copper miner is winding down its Reefton operations and ramping up work in the Philippines.
Chinese mainland shares hit 18-month highs but hopes the equity market may show signs of life after years of stagnation may be short-lived.
NZ shell companies may have played a part in the biggest money-laundering operation in Eastern Europe.
Luca Cordero di Montezemolo has quit as Ferrari chairman after clashing with the boss of parent Fiat group over the F1 team's poor results.
Federal Reserve plans to push the biggest US banks to shrink so they pose less risk to the financial system.
Former portfolio manager gets nine years in prison for the most lucrative insider trading scheme in US history.
Kiwi billionaire Graeme Hart engages banks to sell two more parts of his global packaging empire, reports say.