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From homeowners to currency traders, no one was surprised when the Reserve Bank increased the official cash rate to 3 percent today.
US aerospace and defence giant Boeing has raised its 2014 profit outlook despite a first-quarter profit slide.
Tighter regulations affecting New Zealand's infant formula exports to China could shut out around 50 small companies.
Moody's has cut Cuba's credit rating, citing its vulnerability to an increase in fuel costs arising from turmoil in Venezuela.
Seventy-nine jobs will be lost across Southern Cross Forest's South Island sites.
Kim Dotcom's former cloud storage service Megaupload is suing the government of Hong Kong in an effo...
The investigation is around the sales and marketing of interest rate swaps by major banks to rural c...
Facebook profits nearly tripled to US$642 million in the first quarter on a 72 percent surge in reve...
WhatsApp now has 500 million regular, active users around the world.
A new visa scheme to make it easier for Turkish businesspeople and diplomats to visit New Zealand.
Telecommunications network operator Chorus expects 2014 earnings will decrease as much as $10 million.
Farmers down south are still picking up the pieces from a severe storm that destroyed buildings and levelled entire forest blocks.
The coconut is playing a vital role in helping remote parts of Tonga to move on from the destructive Cyclone Ian.
Health insurers paid out $962 million in claims in New Zealand in the year to March 31, 2014.
The Reserve Bank has raised the official cash rate, lifting it to 3 percent.
New Zealand stocks rose as a front bench Labour Party MP quit, stoking speculation the National-led Government will return for a third term.
The New Zealand dollar has risen to a two-week high against its trans-Tasman counterpart.
Wearable technology has been singled out as one of the hottest trends, but companies have failed to capitalise on interest.
McDonald's Restaurants (NZ) had a 5.8 percent gain in sales in 2013, the year of the Georgie Pie relaunch.
Reserve Bank raises OCR
No surprises in OCR increase
China places new regulations on formula exports
Cows take advantage of Westland power outages
Wearable technology hype questioned
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