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New Zealander Greg Foran, whose retailing career started with stacking supermarket shelves, will head up the United States business of Walmart.
New claims for US unemployment insurance benefits have tumbled, pointing to a firming labour market.
Top global luxury goods maker LVMH says its first-half profits have been hit by unfavourable exchange rates.
Telecommunications network operator Chorus has suspended dividend payments as its profitability is threatened.
McDonald's Hong Kong has suspended sales of chicken nuggets in the midst of an expired meat scandal.
Facebook has launched a new 'Save' feature to enable users to save their favourite posts, links and ...
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New Zealand shares have advanced, paced by Xero after the cloud-based accounting software firm said ...
A Christchurch web provider is under fire yet again after deleting its Facebook and Twitter profiles...
A Canadian-owned company has been awarded five exploration permits to search for platinum and other metals in the South Island.
Interest rates are up and the dollar is down after the Reserve Bank raised the OCR again this morning.
SKorea's economy posted its slowest growth in more than a year, partly due to April's devastating ferry tragedy.
Troubled Canadian aviation giant Bombardier is to cut 1800 jobs in a major reorganisation.
MPI has revealed its new incursion detection dogs, aimed at finding biohazards that have made it past the border.
Facebook's quarterly profit has more than doubled amid big gains in ad revenues and a jump in users.
Global sales of tablet computers edged higher in the second quarter, in the slowest growth since 2009.
The World Bank has offered India up to US$18 billion to help left the country out of poverty.
The law will mean foreigners can take out long-term leases on land, but not own it.
New Zealand has posted its eighth consecutive monthly trade surplus, led by overseas demand for the nation's primary products.
Stonewood complaints reach into the hundreds
Trade Me trades stairs for slides
Providers warned over treatment of ill KiwiSavers
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