Trade Me chief executive Jon Macdonald sees more options to improve the online marketplace’s offering but is not ready to give the game away.
Comvita, the manuka honey company, turned a loss in the first half of its financial year after Chinese authorities cracked down on people selling its products through informal trading channels.
Finance Minister Steven Joyce has unveiled the first social bond pilot - to support getting people with moderate mental health problems back into the workforce - in a pitch to the...
Sky Network Television says it will not delay a merger with Vodafone New Zealand to give other telecommunications companies time to appeal it in court if the transaction is approved by the Commerce...
Milford Asset Management principal Brian Gaynor is taking a step back from the fund manager’s investment operations, handing over portfolio management to people with the international experience he...
Ingham’s expects New Zealand’s oversupply of chicken to continue this year, keeping prices cheap and crimping the transtasman poultry producer’s local earnings.
Solid Energy chairman Andy Coupe said yesterday he would consider resigning if the Government ordered the company to re-enter the Pike River coal mine.
New Zealand food prices rose in January, as apples surged to a record high, leading gains in fruit and vegetables.
NZX shares fell from a 21-month high after the stock market operator unveiled a slump in annual profit while saying the groundwork was laid for future earnings growth.
Telecommunications network operator Chorus is set to get regulatory relief for its copper network under new rules governing prices for the fibre infrastructure.
Civil construction firm Fulton Hogan and engineer Aurecon have won $40.7 million of work to replace three one-way bridges in Northland.
Reckitt Benckiser (New Zealand) has been fined $1.1 million in the Auckland District Court after pleading guilty to misleading customers in the way it promoted its Nurofen specific pain range...
NZME and Fairfax New Zealand are talking up their credentials as a locally-listed company that pays tax in their latest efforts to win regulatory approval to merge to create a news operation the...
The four companies partnering with the Government to build a nationwide ultra-fast fibre broadband network have each got a slice of the Government’s $300 million expansion to the project.
New Zealand has reclaimed its ranking as the least corrupt country in the world in an international survey.
Fonterra Cooperative Group has sought to reassure shareholders after its Chinese partner Beingmate Baby and Child Food Co slashed its full-year guidance.
New Zealand winegrowers remain upbeat about this year's harvest, despite earthquakes and adverse weather.
Blue Sky Meats' directors say they want China-based Heilongjiang Binxi Cattle Industry Co to lift its takeover offer by 30 cents a share before they'll recommend it to investors after a strategic review that showed potential to drive profit growth.
The food industry in Australia and New Zealand has managed to hold off near-universal calls from public health experts for government to crack down on junk food and sugar through its influential lobbying tactics.
Prime Minister Bill English is declining to say whether the date for this year's general election will be announced on Tuesday this week after the first Cabinet meeting of the year.