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Kathmandu is reporting a slowdown in sales growth after a subdued start to Christmas shopping in its Australian market.
Fisher & Paykel has been fined AU$200,000 in Australia after it admitted the fine print in its extended warranty offer was too fine.
New Zealand consumer confidence fell in the fourth quarter, particularly in rural and provincial areas as prospects for a low dairy payout take their toll.
Fletcher Building's Winstone Wallboards has been cleared of trying to manipulating the market for its GIB plasterboard.
The New Zealand dollar edged up against the greenback as traders seek higher yielding assets heading into the New Year.
Both Pak'nSave and Countdown have lowered the price of their budget bread ranges to $1, and a union says this is cutting into sales of the more profitable brands.
Mobile giant Blackberry has launched a 'Classic' phone which goes back to their basic roots with a full QUERTY keyboard.
With its unique beach pin-up twist, the QT Hotel in Surfers Paradise certainly creates an escape from the real world into another dimension.
Jetstar flights in NZ and Australia are returning to schedule after major disruptions for thousands of passengers, a spokesman says.
It's the last weekend before Christmas and time's running out to get those last gifts.
An update on the markets for December 19, 2014.
NZ business confidence slipped in December, while staying largely upbeat, as inflation remains tame in spite of a growing economy.
Total job ads have dipped at the end of the year, but there has been a steady rise in jobs ads in Auckland.
Bebo is back – but instead of taking on old rival Facebook in the online social networking arena, it's joining the crowded instant messaging market instead.
Infant formula exported from New Zealand will have to meet new labelling requirements to have a "made in New Zealand" tag.
The New Zealand dollar edged up after the Swiss National Bank imposed negative deposit rates in a bid to keep a cap on the nation's currency.
Switzerland's central bank has announced it's introducing negative interest rates, in a bid to stop the Swiss franc from gaining further value.
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