While global investors were hitting the panic button, a Japanese day trader timed the bottom perfectly.
Some of NZ's top business people have seen more than $40m wiped off their own company shareholdings this week.
A lack of investment in its assets has driven KiwiRail to a $167 million loss for the most recent financial year.
Australian position on 'Amazon tax' had not been 'super clear', Deloitte says.
Microsoft launched its cloud based Windows 10 operating system for free on July 29 to claims it was using the software to spy on users.
Family fighting insurer over quake repair strategy questioned in government investigation.
Memorial for Lyttelton Port worker and volunteer fire brigade stalwart Brad Fletcher "bittersweet".
Auckland Council will decide within weeks whether to give the International Convention Centre the go-ahead.
Brierley and associate take a stake in Smiths City
Technology firm eRoad teams up with insurer to encourage safe driving.
State owned national grid company Transpower has returned almost $190 million to the government in the past year, as profits grew.
Power company will pay about $34m to investors in a special dividend, though operating profits fell 4 per cent.
The price of fuel may be falling, but margins have more than doubled in the last four years.
Two companies associated with Sir Ron Brierley snap up a stake in struggling retailer Smiths City.
New Zealand Post's profit of $128 million is almost 100 per cent reliant on Kiwibank.
Progressive Enterprises, owner of Countdown, is a good little earner for Woolworths.
The Government is removing a testing regime for hazardous substances that leaves rabbits with irritated eyes.
The 11 mayors of Canterbury have joined forces to set a new strategy for the region.
The NZ share market is up amid fading fears about China, but the kiwi is more negative.