Overseas fund manager who lost on Chorus, Meridian and Mighty River, won't invest here anymore blaming the political environment.
Taxi firm ends Auckland Airport contract, leaving 50 jobs uncertain, but airport denies it's a direct result of the dispute.
Qantas downgraded by Standard and Poor's a day after axing 1000 jobs and warning it could lose A$300 million in the first half.
The strengthening of the Kiwi dollar is not helping exporters, the Manufacturers and Exporters Association says.
OPINION: Chorus, internet providers and regulators should be sent back to the negotiating table to hammer out a deal.
SkyCity is added to Australia's Standard & Poor's ASX 200 index, while OceanaGold drops from the list.
For thousands of Australian's going to work in the nude is a dream come true. Warning: Only try this at home.
Govt complains to Interpol over pirate fishing boat that is hunting lucrative toothfish in the Southern Ocean.
Tourism booking site Bookme has been ranked one of the top 20 fastest growing tech businesses in Asia Pacific.
Court rejects appeal against $23 million in unpaid fuel duties and fines for mixing additives into petrol.
Uncle's trademark claim against his nephew selling women's clothing at Valleygirl and TEMT stores nationwide has been dismissed.
Greece's state doctors extended the strike through to December 13, after failed negotiations with the government over job cuts.
Approval given for ocean-floor phosphate project on the Chatham Rise but marine consent still needed.
From muffin tops to playsuits, we break down the most offensive office fashion crimes.
Crown research institutes ran a collective operating surplus of $24.1 million in the June year, about $6m smaller than the previous year.
The gain in the three months to the end of September was led by cars and vehicle parts.
The shareholders of the turbine maker have allowed the struggling company to go $7.95 million deeper into the debt of shareholder David Iles.
Meridian selldown cut NZ's net debt by almost $1 billion in October, despite Treasury receiving less than forecast.
While the central banks says it will provide more information to keep up with growing public interest, one economist is not convinced.
UK film rental chain plans to close 62 shops and lay off 427 employees, and warns remaining 91 stores and 808 staff could face the same fate.
The burn-off of stubble from harvested crops may be little used overseas, but researchers are convinced of its value for Canterbury arable farming.
A Taranaki meatworks which installed safety guards just hours after an employee lost the tip of a finger has been found guilty of neglect.
ComCom warns it could take "some years" to work out what Chorus can charge for its copper phone lines.
The stench from millions of litres of curdling buttermilk has residents of a small Taranaki community fuming.
ROBERT AYSON - © Fairfax NZ NewsOPINION: New Zealanders should not be holding their breaths for a genuinely single economic market with Australia.
Labour questions the need for Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment boss to bring more than 30 officials to a select committee.
Transpacific Industries is accustomed to powerful shareholders, and now a few fresh faces have popped up on the register.
Road workers upset local Maori by eating at a wahi tapu site where historical human remains lay.
The British government says austerity will remain in place for years to come, even though its economy is growing faster than most of its peers.
Heavy rain has been a blessing for those working the land but a burden for emergency services across the Waikato region this week.
Hundreds of rebuild workers are given grim wake-up call in a bid to avoid a legacy of danger and asbestos-related deaths.
The 90-day-trial period has done away with scores of workers, with many let go because they "did not fit in".
Xero founder Rod Drury has slammed the Government's ultrafast broadband programme.
Web entrepreneurs who moved to a quiet rural valley near Upper Hutt now own another 4 square kilometres of it.
Two big Kiwi acts have pulled out of festival as their music management threatens to take the event's directors to court.
The launch of Perth-to-Christchurch summer flights comes at a promising time for an inbound visitor recovery, tourist leaders say.
Trucking firms that pick cargo up from Lyttelton port are seething.
Key people interviewed in the "largest investigation in the history of the gambling sector".
A further seven fulltime jobs could go at Aoraki Polytechnic on top of 24 redundancies confirmed yesterday.
Health and safety in the industry is below standard, head of MBIE says.
Listed winemaker says it's on track to deliver an improved annual operating profit of $29 million.
Infratil shares drop following the completion of its on-market buyback worth $59 million.
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OPINION: The Australian government can't fix the commercial disaster that the national carrier faces.
Events company Premier Events Group might be forced to drop its case against US tour company.
Co-operative Bank's solid and simple business is offset by limited profitability and reach, Fitch says.
"NZ Business Numbers" now issued to all 1.1 million businesses registered with the Companies Office.
Auckland PR executive Sarah Sparks ordered to transfer four properties to trusts associated with her ex-husband.
Chorus has too much debt and should raise equity capital without delay, fund manager says.