The Electricity Authority is ditching the cost-benefit analysis at the heart of its controversial attempt to find a new way to divide up costs for the national grid.
Ownership of two of New Zealand's oldest food brands, Gregg's and Raro, is up for grabs as the Japanese owner of the Cerebos businesses in New Zealand and Australia puts them up for sale.
Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse is set to announce "tweaks" to the immigration system.
New Zealand's wool market picked up at the latest weekly auctions across the North and South Islands yesterday.
The Commerce Commission has warned chicken producers Inghams Enterprises and Tegel Foods for packaging chickens with misleading sizes.
Comvita, the manuka honey company, made a loss in the first half of its financial year after Chinese authorities cracked down on people selling its products through informal trading channels.
A Westport company is claiming a world first in the United States' digital gaming market.
The liquidators of investment company Hansa have frozen the assets of director Paul Hibbs after initial investigations showed it appeared to be a Ponzi scheme.
Sealord more than doubled annual profit as the country's second biggest fishing group reaped fatter margins from a larger catch attracting better prices.
The High Court at Christchurch has banned property developer David Henderson from running a company for six years on top of his six-year-long bankruptcy, which is set to be lifted next month.
Chorus has named Telstra executive Kate McKenzie as its new chief executive, replacing Mark Ratcliffe who led the split of the telecommunications network operator from Telecom five years ago.
New Zealand's median house price rose 13% to a record in November, with all regions posting an increase, according to the Real Estate Institute.
Texas-based oil and gas explorer and producer Anadarko has joined a string of other oil majors in dropping an exploration licence in lightly explored offshore areas of New Zealand, although...
New Zealand wool prices fell at the latest weekly auction as more bales than expected were offered for sale.
Hellaby Holdings, which is engaged in a battle to fend off unwanted suitor Bapcor, has told shareholders it could move to break up the company to realise shareholder value.
Fonterra has told shareholders at its annual meeting the indicative payut level to its 10,500 farmer suppliers this season will be $6.40kgMS.
NXT-listed Oceania Natural, the food supplement firm, has reported a first-half loss after softer sales while it focused on building new direct channels in China.
Auckland UniServices, has set up an innovation institute in the Chinese city of Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, to further develop commercial opportunities for its research.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee has announced New Zealand's defence plans out to 2030 include replacing the two Anzac-class frigates and adding transport aircraft.
Real estate prices in Central Otago Lakes are soaring, with the median house price up 42% in the past year.