Business

'Ditch minimum wage'

Calls for a rethink of the way workers are paid, as the living wage again rises.

Christchurch rebuild 63 per cent done

Flight by Christchurch residents to neighbouring districts subsiding, with the city's population returning to pre-quake levels.

PM slams Super boss's super funds

Bill English says heads could roll after NZ's highest-paid public servant received 36 per cent pay rise despite his objection.

Sexual harrassment investigated at Uber

Uber CEO announces an urgent investigation, after former employee revealed she was propositioned by her boss on her first day.

Paua ban extended

Emergency closure of Kaikoura's paua fishery pushed out by nine months to help quake-battered stocks.

Few favour media merger

Horizon poll finds 44% of respondents don't think NZME/Fairfax NZ merger is needed.

Kraft Heinz withdraws Unilever offer

Third-biggest take over in history collapses after coming up against strong resistance.

Dark night sky to be a tourism product

Stargazing is being investigated as a tourism product for Southland.

11 characteristics of great leadership

Courage, collaboration and drive, does your manager possess these attributes?

NZ Post's split fortunes

Kiwibank costs are up and margins are squeezed as it continues to split from NZ Post.

Rejected from your dream job hurts

OPINION: They told me I was the perfect for the role, but not perfect enough.

Safety first for demolitions

Demolition work requires a lot of planning and attention to detail.

True gentleman remembered

A long serving Taranaki accountant, keen sportsman and family man has been farewelled.

Building industry can't cope, Goff says

The building industry is not geared up to produce the number of houses needed in Auckland, according to the city's mayor Phil Goff.

'Highly offensive' conference joke

Outrage, apologies follow crude sign language joke at technology conference.

Shareholders choose takeover

A Chinese takeover of Southland processor Blue Sky Meats has been given shareholder approval.

Agria shareholders up in arms

Chinese majority owner of PGG Wrightson in strife with shareholders.

Spark seeks merger injunction

Spark follows through on plan to seek injunction that would delay Sky/Vodafone merger.

Cadbury 'doing it for greed'

 A decision to close Dunedin's Cadbury factory was nothing but 'greed', Labour leader Andrew Little said.

No more Cadbury for me

OPINION: I will never buy Cadbury's chocolate again after it decided to close its Dunedin factory.

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