Facebook Inc said it was testing the idea of dividing its News Feed in two, separating commercial posts from personal news in a move that could lead some businesses to increase advertising and see fewer links to news stories.
NZAX-listed Foley Family Wines is in talks to buy Mt Difficulty Wines, which would add the premium Mt Difficulty and Roaring Meg brands to a suite that includes Vavasour, Grove Mill and Te Kairanga.
Fletcher Building has gone into a trading halt while it reviews the financial performance of one of its units after two profit downgrades this year.
Anna Guenther is walking down a street in Brisbane when she answers the phone.
The forestry sector is front-footing its wish list as New Zealand's new coalition government takes shape, calling on investment in new plantings and increased timber use.
Leaders of the parties in the new government have been invited to visit Dunedin to talk to members of the Otago Chamber of Commerce.
A Labour-led Government could be problematic for some small businesses, with the minimum wage and length of paid parental leave likely to increase.
Dana McKenzie always felt it was somewhat of an oxymoron to be practising yoga on a ''stinky'' PVC mat.
Organisers of the AgriKidsNZ and TeenAg competitions are advising teams to enter now because of the popularity of the event.
Family agri-businesses with a trust structure need to ensure they are not hit by the changes in the legislation that governs trusts.
Consumers will be asked what attributes in beef and lamb are important to them in their purchase decisions in a research project.
When Chris Thorn headed to Europe on his OE in his teens, he fell in love - with meat.
The sanctity of the trust as a vehicle for protecting assets from the hands of creditors has been challenged once again in a significant decision of the Chancery Division of the UK Courts.
At Shingly Creek Station, Julie Kearney is getting into bees.
Southland sheep milk specialist Blue River Dairy has been recognised for both its products and business in recent weeks. Nicole Sharp reports.
Southland produce, in particular parsnips, has impressed visitors from Horticulture New Zealand (HortNZ).
Ken Gillespie may be a retired sheep and beef farmer, but he is still just as busy as ever, as he is involved with the area’s heritage, ice sports, tourism, irrigation, minimum flows, and various community projects.
Spending by the new Government is likely to be increasingly stimulatory to the economy, helping keep economic growth averaging 3.4% for 2018 and 2019.
Zeta Resources’ takeover bid for New Zealand Oil & Gas has failed to meet its minimum acceptance level, clearing the way for acceptances of the counter takeover offer from OG Oil & Gas ...
From underachiever to overachiever, Tourism Holdings has rallied its operations in recent years.