Angus Taylor is forceful, experienced and bright - but that's no guarantee of success in politics.
The worldwide trend for banks to shut up shop on international money transfer services has reached New Zealand.
Women's fashion chain adds its South Island counterpart CC Collections to its fold, creating a network of 41 stores.
Super fund beats its benchmark with a 13.9 per cent annual return, but more muted earnings are on the horizon.
Wellington micro breweries struggle to fill orders as Auckland's penchant for craft beer sends demand skyward.
A man in his 50s was injured after he became trapped between two trees in Marlborough today.
Households of unpaid caregivers typically earning 10 per cent less than their peers, report finds.
Auckland Council appoints former banking boss Suzanne Tindal as its new chief financial officer.
Singapore's central bank reduces slope of its monetary policy band ahead of scheduled review.
Airline being investigated over alleged "drip pricing" tactics, such as adding insurance on an opt-out basis.
Snapper is forecasting commuters will in future pay for public transport using contactless bank cards.
Shareholders in NZX's largest company are the latest to be targeted by an unsolicited offer to buy shares below market prices.
Matipo Orchards has been fined for potentially undermining New Zealand's apple industry.
Market source says the move shows a recognition of the need for the two to improve.
Waiheke residents are facing hikes in rubbish collection costs as Auckland Council looks to standardise regional charges.
Corporate giant's Kiwi business is to be owned from Luxembourg - a state known for favourable tax policies.
Builders' groups want looser regulations over land availability, resource consenting and town planning.
They're custom-built motorcycles for stars like Orlando Bloom, Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen but the company loses money on each one.
More than 2000 hectares of Wairarapa forests are being sold to overseas buyers because nobody in New Zealand wants it, according to the vendors.
Former Auckland business leader has pleaded guilty to tax evasion of almost $2 million.
A Wellington based company is behind an application to conduct off shore oil prospecting in the Solomon Islands.
While many people are taking trips to the beach, a trio of young people have spent their summer learning more about science.
Labour leader makes pitch to small business in his state of the nation speech, promising lowest rate of unemployment in the developed world.
Nine fire crews have worked to bring a furniture warehouse blaze under control.
Apple had another blowout quarter, earning $100b in three months thanks to 'staggering' demand for its phones.
Are NZ farms being snapped up by the world's super-rich as boltholes to escape growing anger over financial inequality?
Singaporean sovereign wealth fund gets permission to buy nearly half of a $313m portfolio of Auckland Viaduct properties.
Hallenstein Glasson's plans for a new flagship store in Christchurch has drawn fire from the Shareholders' Association.
Construction company punished for paying workers less than minimum wage.
Owner, exiled Russian vodka magnate Yuri Shefler, has a taste for big parties, mansions and wants to diversify away from vodka to super-premium wine.
Changes are coming to the Manawatu Business Awards despite last year's success.
We're being careful with our money despite feeling better about our finances and the job market.
The Auckland Mayor is on the hunt for a new home after selling his seven bedroom mansion for an undisclosed sum.
Financial Markets Authority scrutinising the marketing company's discolosures over a share placement done shortly before announcing a deal with McDonald's.
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Finance Minister, academic economist Yanis Varoufakis, will keep writing his blog railing against eurozone bailouts.
Irrigation lobbyists plan to meet Government ministers to push for easier investment terms for major irrigation projects.
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Bosses have been put on notice after a survey found more than a quarter of workers are looking to leave their jobs.
It's true that negotiating a contract isn't exactly a romantic experience, but it can be worth it in the long run.
Selling Lake Hauroko Tours was a hard decision, but the time was right, ex-owner says.
Chatham Rock Phosphate's 15-year mining project is now expected to earn nearly $1 billion in profit after the recent strengthening of the United States dollar.
Now is not the time to start slashing interest rates, even with inflation tanking below 1 per cent, according to the NZIER Shadow Board.
Large rural freight firms have already passed on lower fuel prices in their charges to farmers, but small players in the sector have not.
NZ dollar tumbles against the greenback as markets predict the Reserve Bank will cut the official cash rate this year.
Partners in the Kupe gas and oil field may be able to get more out of existing reservoirs in the field and get into previously untapped gas reserves.
Fair Play on Fees is eyeing the result of a similar stoush in Australia before it proceeds any further.
People making the most of low fuel prices are even trying to fill up empty soft drink bottles at the pumps.