The NZ Superannuation Fund's returns over the past year have reached almost 20 per cent.
Andrew Ferrier's appointment as chairman will fuel speculation the healthcare software firm is eyeing a float.
Internal RBA document suggests the currency may be too high even after a week-long tumble of four cents.
Financial Services Council chief executive Peter Neilson reveals his election wish-list.
Local authorities spend more than they earn, but the shortfall gets smaller as interest and dividends grow.
NZ Post chief financial officer Mark Yeoman will pick up the financial reins at the listed retailer.
Research finds full-time work makes for more unhappiness in retirees.
Join Consumer's Sue Chetwin at noon to discuss all things to do with your rights as a consumer.
Nineteen retirement villages and aged-care facilities across NZ consider a plan to amalgamate.
What you need to know on Tuesday morning, September 16.
A radically new risk-based approach to dairy farm inspections by the Otago Regional Council has the support of Federated Farmers.
Farmers who produce raw milk say it's good for you, but the jury is still out, say scientists.
Farming study discovers acupuncture, music, sport and recreation rate above primary industry science as subjects among university students.
Philippine authorities suspend two NZ firms from recruiting workers over claims of exploitation.
PrimePort Timaru has recorded a $1.88 million profit in a pioneering year.
Hamilton's planned $3.3 billion transport hub has jumped its biggest regulatory hurdle.
Infrastructure investor Infratil sells Lumo Energy and Direct Connect Australia to Snowy Hydro Ltd for NZ$742m, pushing up Infratil shares.
New Zealand could see more Chinese investors looking to move here after a United States visa scheme hit its limit, an immigration specialist says.
Multimillion-dollar dispute between Todd Energy and its multinational partners in NZ's largest producing gas field reaches Court of Appeal for a second time.
The partly state-owned companies reported annual profits recently, and all were better than prospectus forecasts.
OPINION: The general election is almost here yet the main parties are for the most part staying with the status quo in industrial relations.
Despite a tough year at its Mt Hutt field, NZSki is going ahead with further investment at its southern skifields.
Councils should at least consider partially funding upgrades to Westpac Stadium, says stadium boss.
Man being run over by a faulty forklift at concrete factory was a "tragedy waiting to happen''.
Team of experts carrying out post mortems to get to the bottom of a mystery illness that has killed as many as 300 cows.
An Auckland couple head back to court over the botched sale of their $6m luxury home.
Out-of-pocket investors will challenge the High Court dismissal of a claim against directors, owners and promoters of shares in the failed carpet maker.
Fulton Hogan unjustifiably sacked worker who claimed he inadvertently ate two hash cupcakes.
The online auction business has paid a confidential amount for 17-person Wellington firm Paystation.
Business and Finance Diary - week to September 19.
Infrastructure investor Infratil has sold its Australian energy assets Lumo Energy and Direct Connect Australia to Snowy Hydro Ltd for A$605 million (NZ$742m), plus an adjustment for final working capital.
Turbine-maker Windflow Technology today reported a $5.2 million loss for the year to June 30.
National promises $8m to help give better information for investors interested in exploring for oil and gas in NZ.
The services sector is upbeat and looking for more workers despite losing half a step in August according to a survey.
Lodge owner ordered to pay worker more than $8000 in lost wages and compensation.
Dairy farming family appalled at the way a regional council investigated and prosecuted them for environmental offences.
OPINION: This election is a choice between rhetoric and reality, complacency and ambition, the past and the future.
Australia's slow and steady economic reform has beaten New Zealand's herky-jerky approach, PM says.
For investors in Alibaba's potentially record initial public offering, Simon Xie, a co-founder and vice president, is one of the e-commerce giant's most important figures.
Canterbury investor Mark Stewart says the private hospital market in Auckland is a tough one to crack.
OPINION: The Supreme Court's first decision arising from the Canterbury quakes will have wide-ranging impact.
Mining green light sparks public protest in the Karangahake Gorge.
Falling Brent oil prices put downward pressure on NZ petrol prices, but a lower NZ dollar keeps them high.
New Zealand's fragmented wool industry has taken a small step towards consolidation.
OPINION: NZ leads the world in developing new technologies for improved production but they're poorly taken up on our farms.
StuffA new rival has similar branding and products to yours, what are your rights?
Communication key in case of contractor who ripped up supermarket carpark after not being paid, law firm says.
OPINION: Will England, Wales and Northern Ireland become RUP - Rump UK - if the Scots vote to divorce themselves from the UK?
The country's largest medical insurer Southern Cross Health Society has reported a deficit of $1.1 million for the 2014 financial year.
Fierce airline competition, more seats and fuel efficient aircraft are bringing airfares down for trans-Tasman flyers.