Streetwear fashion giant Superdry is gearing up to launch in New Zealand.
Vodafone NZ's sweeping restructure involves "culling" hundreds of call centre roles and replacing some tech staff with "Indian counterparts", an insider says.
Since the release of the Tax Working Group's report last month the media has been rife with speculation on what the implications of a capital gains tax (CGT) might be.
A high level of nervousness is apparent in the rural sector around the regulatory environment farmers are facing, Alliance Group chairman Murray Taggart says.
A second consecutive season of healthy global lamb prices is being predicted, with continuing good demand from the United States and Chinese markets.
Vodafone has apologised to customers for a software malfunction that wiped out the internet connection to its customers nationwide this morning.
Oceana Gold has confirmed exploration spending of more than $US19million ($NZ28.1million) at its Martha mine site in Waihi, and at a nearby prospect over the next 18 months.
The economies of Otago and Southland are expected to lose some traction this year, but nevertheless remain within the strongest performing provinces in the country.
Invercargill-based meat processor Alliance Group is seeking to cash in on the world pet food boom with a $15 million dollar purchase of a half share in the Scales Group subsidiary, Meateor.
The Bluff oyster season comes with good and bad news this year - prices of the delicacy are sky high because the harvest will be half the total allowable catch, but there's optimism about the state...
Stringent policing of China's borders, due to African swine fever, is expected to create further export opportunities for beef exporters like NZ Rabobank analyst Blake Holgate says.
The global bull market had its 10th anniversary this week, while the NZX hit record highs three times during the week.
Landcorp has rejected a suggestion by Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker that it is "out of touch" with farmers.
The broadband in around 40,000 rural households won't be good enough to stream Rugby World Cup matches later this year.
Port Otago's almost disused slipway at Kitchener St in Dunedin's upper harbour will have one brief visitor, the company's pile driver, Rahi Te Toha.
Central Otago's grape harvest is well under way and recent dry conditions are having barely any effect, Central Otago Winegrowers Association past president James Dicey says.
A subcontractor is out of pocket and short one crane after being caught up in Arrow International's financial struggles.