A former high-flying IBM salesman has lost his claim against the technology company for constructive dismissal.
Chinese company behind the Crafar farms purchase has signed up to buy another prime station.
A company promising new homes 'faster' says delays and disappointments are mainly not of its making.
It's become obligatory for big tech companies to have quirky and colourful offices.
An advisory board designed to promote cultural diversity in the workplace and support small business will launch next week.
The corporate heights to which Reserve Bank board member Tania Simpson has risen were founded in small business.
Shares in Lyttelton Port Company shot up nearly 25 per cent after Chch City Council said it intends to buy the shares it did not already own.
The South Island family-owned Carr Group has confirmed the purchase of Elders Rural Holdings New Zealand for an undisclosed sum from its Australasian owners.
Two designers mix experience of outdoor equipment and high fashion to create a new brand of luggage and clothing.
As the labour-hire business explodes, unions warn it means lower pay for workers.
An audit of adventure tourism operators is to be completed this year. So how safe is the industry now?
The number of real estate agents has climbed steadily over the past three years, and not just in Auckland.
Couple say their new apartment is uninhabitable thanks to internal pillars they weren't warned about.
Planned sharemarket float of the online storage company founded by Kim Dotcom is put off again.
Global petrol prices have fallen equivalent of 12c a litre since the last price cut, AA says.
Victims told they'll get a "good citizen tax refund" if they make a payment to an overseas bank account.
Jailed finance company fraudster poses an "undue risk to the safety of the community".
Housing NZ's portfolio is worth more than the recently floated state-owned power companies combined.
'There are people that really deserve it'
Hamilton husband and wife team hope to put smiles back on 100 deserving faces.
Bees are worth $5.1 billion to the New Zealand economy each year, but all is not well with them.
The Christchurch City Council intends to take over all of the Lyttelton Port shares.
Gentrack chairman and James Docking unavailable for comment after issuing a shock profit warning.
The Chinese firm that bought the Crafar farms has signed a conditional deal for another large block.
Jim van der Poel will leave the dairy co-operative's board in November, after 12 years of service.
Winner building home in late mum's honour
What Canterbury's hottest tradie really wants is to rebuild his family home in honour of his late mum.
Tasmania is a model of high-end agriculture, thanks to its ban on genetically modified food crops and animal feed.
Parents who buy fancy school lunch gear say it's worth it as it lasts longer than disposable items.
Who got it right and who veered off course in business this week?
Greens say selling assets to plug a hole in the council's budget is not in the city's long-term interests.
Unseasonal weather hurts Kathmandu profits, but late cold snaps allow retailer to recover some revenue.
Male executive trips to strip clubs are "misplaced" and shut out women from high level decisions, women say.
2degrees' American director John Stanton has been appointed to the board of the software giant.
Slowing sales and the high NZ dollar see hi-tech manufacturer Buckley Systems cut jobs.
Chinese consumer loyalty to foreign fast-food brands, including McDonald's, KFC and Pizza Hut, is tested.
Within 30 years, Nautilus Estate has grown from an ambitious idea to a world-renowned premium wine brand.
Increased retail competition and the rise of online shopping prompted the sale to a Christchurch-based investor.
The sports equipment maker cuts plans for new stores in the troubled region and lowers its profit forecast.
All eyes will be on the market darling's shares today, following news it is spending more but pulling more cash in too.
The collapse of talks with US creditors raises questions about what comes next for the staggering economy.
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Sir Michael Hill is the wealthiest man in the south with an estimated $300 million.
A Wellington cafe worker was unfairly sacked when his employer mistakenly relied on the 90-day trial period.
An Israeli billionaire family and an ocean explorer can buy back land sold to a developer.
Jade has implemented its marine terminal software in ten American ports, from Philadelphia to New Orleans.
Property continues to be solid investment for high-profile Stewart, Carter and Gough families.
Kiwis behind The Mind Lab and Littlelot jetting off to Sir Richard Branson's Centre for Entrepreneurship.
Forty employees at Buckley Systems will learn their fate today when redundancies are announced.
The life of the Reefton gold mine will be "slightly" extended, OceanaGold says, as it reports a NZ$66.7m profit.
Residential land developer CDL Investments New Zealand says its first half-year sales and profit were "satisfactory", but believes the property market is showing signs of softening.
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels New Zealand has reported a sharply reduced profit after tax of $6.22 million for the half year to June 30, down from $9m a year earlier.