Growth in the uptake of ultra-fast broadband on the networks Chorus is installing slowed in the December quarter as more of the roll-out was completed.
2degrees has appointed chief financial officer Mark Aue as chief executive, replacing Stewart Sherriff, who signalled in August that he wanted to step down after five years in the top job.
Barfoot & Thompson says the tide is turning towards a buyers’ market for Auckland housing.
The Sealord Group has lifted its annual net profit 3% after it disposed of a loss-making venture and as earnings from continuing operations climbed by 11.4%.
A year after its backdoor listing, TIL Logistics has renewed the third of three contracts billed as risks to its financial performance.
Electricity lines companies have been told to act with "ambition and urgency'' when changing their pricing to cater for new technologies like solar panels, electric vehicles and batteries.
Kiwibank says the number of customers using its branches has halved since 2015 and fewer than 5% of customers use a branch as their only means of interacting with it, a parliamentary select committee has been told.
Tower won't pay a dividend this year as planned as the cost of covering wild weather claims across the Pacific and a settlement with its reinsurer kept the firm in the red.
The a2 Milk Co says strong growth continued in the past four months and it remains sanguine about regulatory changes in China.
SkyCity Entertainment has agreed to sell its Darwin casino for $A188million ($NZ202million) to US-based Delaware North as part of a plan to free up capital and focus on its more profitable Auckland...
Cloud accounting software provider Xero has continued its relentless march towards cashflow break-even in its first half result. But the company is not yet talking about when it might achieve...
Z Energy has cut its full-year earnings guidance after rising oil prices and a weaker New Zealand dollar slashed its first-half operating profit by 21%.
Courier and information management company Freightways said September quarter revenue was up 8.3% and reiterated that it expects year-on-year earnings growth.
Greater standardisation of network charges is needed to remove complexity and cost from electricity retailing, Genesis Energy says.
Former Prime Minister Sir William English remains upbeat about the New Zealand economy despite some headwinds both at home and abroad.
New Zealand's screen sector needs its own employment framework to remain globally competitive, a working group says.
Fonterra has cut its forecast milk payout to suppliers by up to 50 cents due to oversupply on world markets.
Summerset's third-quarter sales fell 4.5% as the retirement village operator waits for a large number of new units to come on stream.
Submitters on the Government's Carbon Zero Bill favour an all-gases target but many were split on what that should look like.
A ban on letting fees for tenants could be in place as early as December to protect renters during the peak summer period.