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An update on the markets for October 31, 2014.
An eight-month review of forestry safety has found an industry riddled with problems from top to bottom.
A pioneering Air New Zealand pilot has died after a medical incident minutes after landing a Dreamliner at an Australian airport.
Air New Zealand has won a court case in Australia that other airlines settled on.
China's large cities are infamous for their poor air quality. Now, in the fight against pollution the Chinese government is turning to a New Zealand company for help.
Lenovo says it's completed its acquisition of Motorola from Google, a move strengthening the Chinese giant's position in the smartphone market.
ANZ's profit was helped by home loan lending growth and savings from the integration of the National Bank brand.
The New York Times Co says it has narrowed its losses from the same period a year ago, while touting progress in its transition to a digital news operation.
Sir Brian Souter says New Zealand has a "vibrant" market for coach services, but none of the current players can match his new ManaBus service on price.
The New Zealand dollar gained as investors shied away from placing further bets that the greenback would rise.
The New Zealand dollar has fallen almost 2 percent today after the Reserve Bank kept the official cash rate (OCR) on hold at 3.5 percent.
YouTube says viewers may soon get the option of paid subscriptions for ad-free access and a streaming music service.
An economic growth target of about seven percent, down from 7.5 percent this year, would be appropriate for China in 2015, the World Bank says.
With Postmates and other start-ups offering quick delivery of meals, groceries and other items, the online world is delivering again.
The US Federal Reserve has decided to end its quantitative easing stimulus program, after six years of pumping easy money into the economy via asset purchases.
In an effort to align with Australia's travel regulations, the duty free allowance for bringing tobacco products into New Zealand will drop this weekend.
The dollar has fallen after the Reserve Bank gave no signal it would need to raise interest rates.
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