Otago Daily Times: Business News

Southern economic activity down: ANZ

Southern economic activity down: ANZ

More signs are emerging about the weakening of the Otago economy and the South Island in general taking a hit in the three months ended June.

Local man with a global address

Local man with a global address

Shell executive Dexter Krol has lived offshore for 35 years but remains a staunch supporter of the Highlanders and all things Otago. Business editor Dene Mackenzie talked to Dr Krol during his recent trip to Dunedin.

Silver Fern Farms silent on China report

Silver Fern Farms remains tight-lipped over suggestions a Chinese-owned multinational is in the final stages of negotiations to buy into the company.

Kiwibank pays $22m dividend

Kiwibank pays $22m dividend

Kiwibank rewarded its parent company, New Zealand Post, for many years of investment by paying a maiden dividend of $22million after reporting improved financial results in the year ended June.

Writedowns, low generation behind Mighty profit decline

Mighty River Power's profit has tumbled 76% from a year ago, after the electricity generator-retailer booked one-off non-cash writedowns of $130million in exiting generation assets or developments.

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