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The New Zealand dollar weakened as US labour market data strengthened the greenback.
Air New Zealand crew assigned to fly stranded passengers home from Hawaii are alleged to have been unfit for duty.
Lianne Dalziel says a Christchurch asset sell-off would protect ratepayers from a rates hike of up to 20 percent.
Xero says a 47 percent increase in quarterly cash burn is on budget as it hires workers and takes on rival Intuit in the US market.
A subsidiary of Chinese company Shanghai Pengxin has confirmed it wants to buy Lochinver Station near Taupo.
Argentina has blamed the US for the legal battle that forced it to miss a debt.
Hellaby Holdings will take an impairment against its 2014 earnings to write off goodwill on its shoe...
Smartphones powered by the Android operating system captured 85 percent of the worldwide market in t...
Argosy Property sold its Waitakere Mega Centre in west Auckland for its $45.8 million book value.
The National Business Review Rich List was announced today with 13 newcomers adding $1.5 billion to the list.
The New Zealand dollar has lifted off an eight-week low after failing to break below key support levels.
The New Zealand sharemarket has firmed, led by telecommunications companies Telecom and Chorus.
Chorus has opened its case, challenging a High Court decision upholding the Commerce Commission's lower-than-expected regulated prices.
The Financial Markets Authority has awarded its first equity crowd funding licences to two platforms.
The Canterbury rebuild will be the focus of attention at today's DesignEX event in Christchurch.
Standard & Poor's has declared Argentina in "selective default" on its bonds on Wednesday.
A US judge has ordered Bank of America to pay a penalty for selling bad loans to mortgage finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The New Zealand dollar slumped to an eight-week low as the US dollar jumped up.
The bank new rules were introduced in response to the scale of recklessness revealed by the financial crisis.
Chinese company confirms farmland deal
Rich List members worth $50 billion
Expo aims to boost Christchurch rebuild
Honey co looks for free trade sweetener
Asset sell-off to prevent rates hike mooted
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