Otago Daily Times: Business News

Managing director of MTF resigns

Managing director of MTF resigns

Angus Bradshaw, the managing director of Dunedin-based Motor Trade Finances, resigned suddenly yesterday from the position he had held for 17 years, with very little explanation from the company.

KiwiBank delivers NZ Post a profit

KiwiBank delivers NZ Post a profit

Kiwibank substantially boosted its parent New Zealand Post's profit for the year ended June, with figures supplied to the market showing NZ Post would have barely broken even without the bank's contribution.

Sled and yoghurt makers seek a smoother way

Sled and yoghurt makers seek a smoother way

Three fledgling - and very diverse - Otago businesses have been selected, to go through to the next stage of the ANZ Flying Start business plan competition. Business reporter Sally Rae speaks to their founders.

$4 million premises for CHEP operation

$4 million premises for CHEP operation

Construction is under way on a $4 million office and warehouse development for CHEP New Zealand in Dunedin.

Is Reserve Bank trying to weaken the kiwi?

Is Reserve Bank trying to weaken the kiwi?

The New Zealand dollar was the talk of the town in foreign exchange circles this week with rumours the Reserve Bank is intervening to weaken the kiwi sparking renewed selling interest.

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