Banned from updating LinkedIn

Employers are banning departing employers from updating their LinkedIn profiles.

60 jobs 'being reviewed' at tannery

Timaru's tannery New Zealand Light Leathers might make 60 workers redundant after a big drop in deer leather sales.

Bridges urges more electric cars

Minister will be pushing for more electric cars when he attends an international summit.

Chinese take milk battle to Fonterra

Waikato welcomes it's third Chinese dairy factory in as many years.

A Broker's View: Infratil

OPINION: Broker Grant Davies takes a closer look at Infratil.

Axing KiwiSaver bonus removes incentive to sign kids up: economist

One of the country's top economists says he would not have signed his children up to KiwiSaver without the $1000 kick start which the Government has suddenly ditched.

Is Fonterra's iron-grip slipping?

Fonterra's taken the hits, but suppliers should stay, says dairy farmer.

Government's Christchurch rebuild bill leaps by $1.1b

The Government's estimated contribution to the $40 billion Christchurch rebuild has jumped $1.1 billion in a year.

When is a tax not a tax?

When the Prime Minister says so, apparently.

Snapper tags off retail market

Snapper will put its focus on selling its mobile payment know-how to the world.

Blis Technologies forecasts extra sales

Dunedin's Blis Technologies says sales will be backed by extra capacity at its production plant.

PM signals RMA backdown

Economic development reforms likely scrapped, as John Key repeats claim there is no Auckland housing crisis.

Faster payments carry risk

Payments will be flushed through the banking system within the hour.

Q'town's $250m building boom

Frankton leads the way as Queenstown's construction industry booms.

Here today, gone tomorrow

OPINION: Budgets come and Budgets go but only a few claim their place in history.

Tourism switches to spending bulk of its marketing on the low seasons

The bulk of Tourism New Zealand's marketing budget switches to the shoulder and low seasons for the next two years.

What was Andrew Little thinking?

OPINION: What was Andrew Little thinking?

Air NZ opens new look Sydney lounge

Air New Zealand's new Sydney Airport international lounge is a swanky set up.

Confidence dips, but house prices expected to rise

Consumer confidence dropped this month, but ANZ Bank doesn't see anything "ominous" in the latest results.

Appliance retailers slammed

Commerce Commission report says appliance sellers misleading customers with "worthless add-ons" like extended warranties.

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