The end of the latest reporting season included a rallying in the market, which went against the grain as downgrades outweighed upgrades and mounting costs were highlighted by many listed companies.
A world-first medical diagnostic smartphone app developed in Dunedin by ODoc has enabled the company to secure its first overseas partnership, with Riyadh’s King Saud University.
The United States economy is going "gangbusters", despite the political uncertainty with President Donald Trump in charge, Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr says.
Employers say they are bitterly disappointed at the lack of heed paid to concerns business had raised in relation to the Employment Relations Amendment Bill.
A wider tax base, rather than a capital gains tax, is likely to be recommended by the Government’s tax working group when the report is released, probably later this week.
Several points of hard data are due this week for market traders to analyse and react to, Craigs Investment Partners broker Chris Timms says.
The boom and bucket of Port Otago’s new backhoe dredge up on the wharf at Steamer Basin, in Dunedin’s upper harbour yesterday. Port Otago’s general manager of operations, Kevin Kearney, said that...
Some of the world's wealthiest cruise ship passengers are heading to New Zealand as luxury travel booms and ships go further off the beaten track.
The longevity of the current bull market will not be determined by a maturity deadline. Forsyth Barr broker Damian Foster tells Business editor Dene Mackenzie the bull market will be determined by...
From hand-turned wheels on cumbersome lathes and milling machines to 3-D computers, touch screens and robotics, there’s not much engineering innovation John Hyslop has not tackled during his past 50 years with Scott Technology.
Fallout from the scrutiny of United States social media companies continued to hurt global sharemarkets this week, something which may continue into next week.
The National Party’s focus on the concerns of small and medium-sized businesses appears to be paying early dividends.