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Fonterra plans to build two new high-efficiency milk powder driers at its Studholme site in South Canterbury.
Auckland International Airport has confirmed it's likely to deliver an underlying net profit of between $160 million and $170 million.
The New Zealand dollar fell about half a US cent after tepid local inflation figures pushed out the likely timeline for future interest rate hikes.
Twitter has set out to weave itself into mobile applications with a free 'Fabric' platform to help developers build better programs and make more money.
British American Tobacco says sales sank in the first nine months of 2014.
New Zealand inflation was steady in the third quarter of the year, slowing the annual pace of price increases.
The Financial Markets Authority has received a raft of complaints about cold calls.
In Tech Bytes this week we meet some of the country's brightest young minds, check out the world's first connected carry-on and find out how to do the donut selfie.
Air New Zealand has unveiled the last of its big-budget Hobbit-themed inflight safety videos.
A new report shows New Zealand's tech exports have increased by 62 percent over the last decade.
The kiwi fell to 79.38 US cents at 8am in Wellington, from 79.76 cents at 5pm a day earlier.
Apple says its iCloud server has been the target of "intermittent" attacks.
An update on the markets for October 22, 2014.
ACC has reported a 57 percent drop in annual profit after it faced more claims than anticipated.
The New Zealand dollar fell after reports that the European Central Bank may consider taking more steps to stimulate the euro-zone economy.
New Zealand shares have gained for a third day, as investors continued seeking high-yield stocks.
Power companies face a ban on so-called "save" calls, where they ring a customer departing for a rival and try to entice them back with a better offer.
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