Otago Daily Times: Business News

Business growth bang on target

Business growth bang on target

Tuapeka Gold Print, the business that began in Lawrence entrepreneur Jim Robertson's kitchen over 25 years ago, is experiencing ''phenomenal'' growth almost one year after leaving the Clutha town for Dunedin.

Hallensteins bucks the trend

Hallensteins bucks the trend

Mainstreet retailer Hallenstein Glasson yesterday breathed some life into the listed retail sector, bucking a recent market trend and reporting increased profits, margins and an improved dividend.

'Science heroes' front ADI promotion

'Science heroes' front ADI promotion

Meet Dr Tony Hickey - science hero.

Security high for, oil, gas conference

New Zealand's oil and gas sector gets to showcase its aspirations next week, with its largest conference in recent years in Auckland.

Foreign ownership proportion of market could slip

Foreign ownership proportion of market could slip

Foreign ownership in New Zealand shares has risen significantly since the lows in 2010 and is now well above historic averages. Forsyth Barr broker Suzanne Kinnaird tells Business editor Dene Mackenzie there are several issues which could result in the high premiums attracting those foreign investors being reversed.

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