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A worker laid off as part of the Southern Cross Forest Product mill closure says more than just low log prices are to blame.
"Difficult to imagine more serious professional misconduct," accountants' institute says.
Business conditions dubbed best in three decades as report finds NZ business confidence is among world's highest.
Watchdog uses law to gather evidence into Countdown's alleged anti-competitive behaviour.
North Island farmers have been warned to check their stock for signs of facial eczema following a sharp jump in spore numbers.
Around 50 infant milk formula companies face uncertainty over exports to China, as tighter regulations are introduced.
Business magazine publisher in receivership owes creditors more than $2.5 million.
Just before Easter I was running a workshop for an executive team at a large Australian bank and the leader stood up and said: "I don't ever want to hear the words 'transformational change' or 'competency framework' in another internal presentation."
Look at the colleague to your left. Now, to your right. At least one of them hates their job. Maybe you do, too.
Staff "absolutely gutted" at brazen theft of sought-after vehicles from car dealership.
ANZ, ASB Bank and Westpac now face a two-pronged inquiry by regulators into interest-rate swaps sold to farmers.
Christchurch's recovery is "painstakingly slow" and hampered by government say key rebuild firms.
Two Abano Healthcare shareholders are calling for an Extraordinary General Meeting to oust the company's chairman.
Official interest rates rise again, but relief may be in store for homeowners.
Next time you grab fast food, take note of the swirl of reds and yellows around you.
Warren Buffett disapproves of Coca-Cola's "excessive" executive pay scheme.
Taranaki couple have unfinished business in farm environment contest after winning four prizes but missing out on the supreme award.
Snippets on today's business news: Chorus warns of earnings cut, Mako Networks signs deal with Australia's Telstra.
Love bloomed in a Mongolian desert for a Golden Bay woman. Now she and her husband are creating a new life in rural New Zealand.