Air New Zealand has launched a sale for its regional routes - including from Auckland to Dunedin - in a week marred by cancellations.
The Commerce Commission has released an open letter to 2degrees, publically shaming the telco for cheating on tests designed to compare broadband performance between providers.
Evidence sworn in court details how Fletcher Building's relationship with its partners on the $300 million Christchurch justice precinct soured.
A truck drivers' union is furious a trucking firm has been let off without even a slap on the wrist after it wouldn't let its drivers take breaks.
The Commerce Commission is taking legal action against a South Island heat pump contracting company which it says misrepresented its services to the public.
Cash-strapped MediaWorks has revealed plans to sell its TV business and its headquarters in Auckland's Eden Terrace.
Three prominent retail properties across New Zealand, including Hornby's Dress Smart, are up for sale in a deal which could exceed $350 million.
Air New Zealand is to revamp its economy in its widebody international fleet to give up to 10cm more legroom for passengers - but it'll cost you.
A group of Spark Sport customers already unhappy with its Rugby World Cup coverage is horrified the company has been given the rights for cricket games played in New Zealand.
Substantial developments happening at Bush Inn Shopping Centre gather pace this week with the opening of Briscoes Homewares today.
Holiday accommodation booking giant Bachcare has admitted misleading consumers by deleting online reviews.
News this morning that Spark has won the cricket rights leaves die-hard fans in the awkward position of needing two subscriptions to catch all the action.
ANZ's New Zealand-listed shares have been placed in a trading halt ahead of an announcement regarding customer compensation.
Fonterra has appointed the current chief executive of Mercury Energy, Fraser Whineray, to its management team in the newly created role of chief operating officer, starting in early 2020.
A group of irate rugby fans say they will sue Spark for $250 million for failings in its livestreaming service of the Rugby World Cup.