Angus Taylor is forceful, experienced and bright - but that's no guarantee of success in politics.
Westpac group CEO Brian Hartzer announces big changes on his first day on the job, starting with the position he held for over two years.
Retailer's shares slump on news it would slip into the red for the first half, after nearly $12m profit last year.
Cloud software firm says sales of $32.5 million in the last three months of 2014 were in line with guidance.
New Zealander David McLean has been appointed the head of Westpac's local business.
Four men, including Harness Racing NZ former chair, appeared in court over fraud allegedly worth $30m.
He helped blow the whistle at a Hamilton high school but life since has not been easy for Jim Branton.
Synlait Milk has revised its forecast of the market milk price down $4.40 a kilogram of milksolids.
Couple may lose their jobs after pub patrons witness their late-night encounter in a Christchurch insurance office.
Two Auckland bars will temporarily lose their liquor licences after selling alcohol to underage drinkers.
Work starts on a new irrigation scheme that will bring water to 3300 ha of some of NZ's most drought-prone land.
Jade Software is sailing into the new year with a contract to supply nine ports in Abu Dhabi.
As a tot, Kate Lester would clamber to stand on a chair to watch and help her mum cook.
Heart of the City spent almost $800,000 on contractors in recent years, with the majority paid to disgraced former CEO Alex Swney.
A desire to take back control of her mortgage saw Lisa Martin become a business "personal trainer".
Ross Asset Management's receiver is "reluctant" to say exactly how much it is trying to claw back.
Tourism Radio NZ is seeking to raise up to $350,000 through a new crowdfunding platform.
Jennifer Gear knows her son will be at peace now the six-year court battle over his death is coming to an end.
OPINION: Crusading journalists prove that even the mighty can be forced to pay their share.
Caravan insurance feels like a bit of a mix of contents and vehicle insurance.
Change is on its way for measures of business success.
Fonterra has lost its multi-million-dollar cheese market in the United States, after "forgetting" to renew its import licences.
A Waikato dairying couple are about to welcome six robots to the family.
Turners Auctions is selling $10m worth of equipment from two construction companies that have gone under.
The firm managing Canterbury's home repairs looks set to win the eastern frame development deal.
Only half of all adults have a will, and those that do often fail to do a good job of it.
There are some brilliant ideas swirling through the heads of Kiwis. In the past they would die with their creators, never finding life.
Soaring lemon prices are leaving a sour taste in shoppers' mouths.
News that house consents have hit a seven-year high is music to the building industry's ears.
Beef and sheep farmers can look forward to a positive year, according to the Rabobank agribusiness outlook for 2015.
OPINION: Growth can really kill a brand if you're not careful. When that happens you just become a commodity flogger - whether it's paint or pants, steaks or sweaters.
Auckland business group spent almost $800,000 on contractor expenses, with bulk likely to have been paid to disgraced ex-chief exec Alex Swney.
The opening of a sex shop in a Christchurch heritage street has caused friction among local shopkeepers.
The tech company says it's suffering from the “iPhone 6 effect” as it seeks to reassure investors spooked by a poor quarterly update.
The amount of damages sought is unspecified because it's not known how many growers and post-harvest operators will join.
Tourist audio guide company looks to raise up to $350,000 from the public through equity crowdfunding platform Equitise.co.nz.
NZ jeweller splashes out big bucks securing an ad slot during the Super Bowl, reaching an audience of millions.
Buying a rough block close to the central Canterbury foothills 13 years ago, Roger and Francie Taylor knew a lot of hands-on work would be required to turn it around.
A determined 17-year-old helped to set the prices at this week's Hawarden crossbred sheep sale, as she held her nerve and saw off rival bidders for three pens of romney two-tooths.
Two islands in Auckland have been bought by Chinese interests in a $41.5 million deal for a luxury tourist resort.
Sky News Australia plans to maintain a presence in New Zealand despite announcing Prime News staff redundancies.
An underwater construction company in Picton is providing vital components for Australia's first major floating superstructure.
Crime fighting software company undershoots its 2014 revenue target, as it flagged earlier.
A flood of Chinese tourists helped lift tourist arrivals by 5 per cent in December to record highs for any month.
Consents for new dwellings jumped 16 per cent last year, to levels not seen since 2007.
Working from home is good for you and your boss according to two recent studies.
NZ had a record gain of almost 51,000 people in 2014, though the pace of arrivals cooled slightly in December.
NZ dollar hits a four-year low against the greenback after tumbling by more than US6 cents in a fortnight.
OPINION: There are sound business lessons to be learned from sport.
Singapore listed Silverlake's attraction to Finzsoft is obvious - they speak the same language.