Tech entrepreneur John McAfee has died in a Barcelona prison by suicide after the Spanish high court authorised his extradition to the US on tax evasion charges.
The University of Otago’s business school has announced its first new undergraduate degree in 110 years.
A global investment firm has acquired a majority stake in Dunedin-based education company, Education Perfect.
Cardrona and Treble Cone skifields general manager Bridget Legnavsky has been appointed to a new role.
A new virtual data hub aimed at driving data collaboration across industries has been launched by the University of Otago’s business school.
A strong governance structure for start-up businesses is "essential," Dunedin business leaders believe.
Dunedin cancer diagnostics company Pacific Edge has announced that one of the largest non-profit healthcare providers in the US will start the commercial use of a second Cxbladder product.
Dunedin's start-up community has been given another leg up to improve its exposure to the wider business world.
The first Taco Bell in the South Island has opened in Christchurch today.
Raise your hand if you fancy up to $521.43 added to your KiwiSaver account.
Multiple southern businesses made the trip north last week to the National Agriculture Fieldays.
New Zealand's food and fibre sector has performed ‘‘remarkably well’’ over the past year, posting a forecast fall of just 1.1% in export revenue for the year ending June, the latest Situation and...
Fashion design student Katie Mangai wants to make maternity wear less of a hassle.
When the Covid-19 pandemic forced the country to flee offices and community spaces, Petridish co-founders Jason and Kate Lindsey wondered if it was the end.
NZ and the UK have committed to accelerating their free trade agreement negotiations with the aim of reaching an agreement in principle this August, Trade Minister Damien O'Connor says.
Inspired by his father, a Dunedin man has opened his own Turkish restaurant.
Electric scooter company Lime has soured on the Dunedin market, and will be gone by the end of the month.
The Institute of Directors is to hold a livestream event at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum soon entitled Te Huarahi Hou - the New Pathway, with a panel discussing critical elements of Maori governance and their relevance. Sally Rae talks to a local Maori business leader Jeffrey Broughton.
Lynda Marnie’s passion for volunteering goes back to her childhood in Scotland.
Lime scooters will be off Dunedin's streets from the the end of this month, but rival company Neuron Mobility is expanding its fleet in the city.