The super-rich are able to dodge tax by keeping their money offshore. But could you?
OPINION: Makes sense for US to have been behind leak exposing tax evasion.
Making all tax returns publicly available would be the best weapon against tax evasion.
Issue at centre of controversy over NZ's foreign rules gets more international attention.
The PM's link leads Labour to call for him to release his tax records, but he says that's just a "stunt".
Businesses need to be prudent as global cybercrime becomes more sophisticated, warns an IT security agency ahead of the first Government Cyber Security Summit.
Johnson & Johnson loses second talcum power-cancer case.
Man sues employer for being subjected to four years of mind-numbing tasks.
I am Satoshi Nakamoto, the man the internet has sought for a decade, says Australian Craig Wright.
Food safety and environmental standards are on the chopping block, Greenpeace claims, releasing confidential documents.
Craig Wright says he's behind the controversial digital currency, ending years of speculation.
If two Sydney entrepreneurs have their way, Chinese people may soon breathe in fresh Australian air priced at $20.45 per can.
Virgin Australia is taking steps to boost its business after forecasting a dip in fortunes.
Two people died and dozens fell ill after eating food supplied by the Australian bakery.
Lawsuit claims customers are getting only half of what they are paying for.
She ran one of Sydney's most expensive brothels, but Jamelie Lahood now owes $17.4 million in tax.
International deals are transforming the humble honey industry.
You've heard of the internet of things. But what about computers that aren't things at all?
While some are hating on Arnott's for changing Shapes, others are making a hefty profit.
This investor has made US$2b off Apple. Here's why he's just sold all his stock.
Venezuela imposes a two-day workweek as severe electricity shortages grip the nation.
Drugmaker firm's boss makes just under $13,000 an hour.
People offering to take part in drug trials are making thousands of dollars a week.
US underwear firm offers $1 billion for Pacific Brands, the maker of Bonds and Holeproof.
Private spaceflight firm plans to land a spacecraft on Mars in as little as two years.
The Aussie fashion brand is under fire for a PR exercise about its supply chain.
Investors halt purchases of British commercial property ahead of the EU membership referendum
Facebook is a money-making machine as its mobile ad sales surge.
Hours before NZ rate decision, US Fed leaves its benchmark rate just above zero per cent.
Driverless pods are the latest and coolest mode of public transport.
Across the Tasman, Westpac stops lending to foreign buyers of Australian property in surprise move.
Rate cut more likely after falling petrol, food and clothing prices lead to first deflation in seven years.
After four generations and countless shoes, the last handmade dance shoe shop in Australia is closing its doors.
Popular beach spot across the ditch has also had enough of the rental vans.
People are dumping quips all over the place about an ad by Chartered Banker in London.