PM signals the Government is considering investing millions of dollars into Bay of Plenty aquaculture.
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Dairy prices have flattened after a 40 per cent fall, and volatility is tipped to continue this year.
FMA files a lawsuit against the trustee of failed finance company Viaduct Capital, which owed investors $7.8m.
New Zealand is well placed to take advantage of a big jump in Chinese milk imports by 2020, a report says.
NZ's biggest listed company plans to ramp up its residential building efforts in Auckland and Christchurch.
Fair Play on Fees lawsuits against Westpac and BNZ at the High Court join action against ANZ and Kiwibank.
A weaker kiwi dollar prompts the medical device manufacturer to raise its profit outlook.
Trade Me expects to take on nearly 100 extra workers, despite a 'subdued' earnings outlook.
NZ dollar drops against the greenback after some strong US data and a dairy pricing mishap.
Kids are more willing and able to learn good money habits than parents think.
Subdued NZ media market leads to drop in earnings for APN’s Kiwi media business, but radio fares better.
A takeover bid for Wellington-based listed company surgical services provider is being reviewed.
A man who spent 90 minutes with a meat hook stuck in his head eventually pulled it out himself.
Recently listed firm's Polarcold Stores secures Fonterra as a customer for a new cold store.
Labour will have to have its policy costings independently audited if it wants to talk coalitions with the Greens.
Security software firm is developing technology to support NZ's first sex offender register.
Sydney cafe owner who reportedly refused to hire a black barista has himself become the target of racist attacks.
Synlait Milk says there has been strong global demand for its lactoferrin products.
From this week, every photo of you online could be scanned for commercial clues about what you like.
Labour Party may have to scale back some promises after Treasury forecasts for the economy were lower than expected.
Mighty River Power has beaten IPO forecasts with a near-doubling of its net profit.
The country's largest listed company releases its annual result today.
OPINION: It is super trim season yes, but milk and disaster, no.
Long serving Fonterra director Jim van der Poel is retiring but is adamant he's not the type of person to sit around and do nothing.
Less than three cents in the dollar is all victims of fraudster David Ross can expect.
Here's the good and bad news as to whether a common pesticide is harming the insect helpers NZ depends on, such as bees and earthworms.
Obstacles litter the path to setting up a business, but you can get around them, Corrin Miller says.
REVIEW: Psychopaths aren’t always serial killers. Positive psychopathology can be an asset in business.
Marlborough's Renaissance Brewing raised almost $400,000 through crowdfunding in a single week.
After 61 days in court and more than 40 witnesses, the largest fraud trial in New Zealand's history has drawn to a close.
IAG has made a $200m profit while Cantabrians still wait for post-earthquake settlements.
A Cromwell duo has a solution for adventure tourism operators who face "enforcement action" if they do not comply with new legislation.
Heinz forced to recall infant food products in China after excess levels of lead found.
Christchurch rebuild projects will continue to feed into Fletcher Building's revenue stream for at least the next 10 years.
New Zealand's largest lavender oil manufacturer says he has no problem with European moves to regulate the oil, although smaller growers feel threatened.
Australian waste management business Transpacific Industries made a A$41 million (NZ$45.4m) gain on the sale of its New Zealand waste business, its annual results say.
Shareholders in Lyttelton Port Company will have to wait another week or so before an announced takeover offer from Christchurch City Council is formalised.
Chatham Rock Phosphate's (CRP) share price plummeted 60 per cent following a ruckus over the release of an Environmental Protection Agency Staff Report opposing its marine consent application to vacuum the seabed for phosphate.
NZ's fuel and port costs are among the highest in the world, international cruise line reps complain.
OPINION: The real appeal of investing in New Zealand is how easily foreign companies manage to avoid paying tax.
A quarter of workers questioned in an extensive state services survey say they have been bullied or harassed in the workplace in the past year.
Winemaker, athlete and publisher says he won't change after receiving "humbling" knighthood.
Employers are pushing to see staff social media data, a move not greeted with open arms.
Trade Me profit tipped to be flat after it lost a bruising encounter with the real estate industry.
Paying $500 a year to insure a flat filled with broken furniture and pizza boxes may actually be worth it.
More than 500 jobs have been created at a software development and support centre opened 18 months ago.
Auckland and Canterbury are steaming ahead but many regional economies are feeling the winter chill.
Consumers will soon be able to use their eftpos cards to shop online.
Sir Ralph Norris will step up to head the board, replacing Ralph Waters who today confirmed his retirement.