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KiwiRail had a much better 12 months to June 30 than a year earlier, improving its EBITDA to $91 million, 17 percent ahead of the previous financial year.
Rich Lister and former 'Ice Cream Queen' Diane Foreman has accused Fonterra of being arrogant in its business dealings.
The state asset sell-off of three New Zealand energy companies has meant the taxpayer is almost $900 million worse off, the Green Party says.
Labour MP Stuart Nash has renewed his call for an inquiry into petrol prices.
A consortium of Canterbury leaders and authorities have come together to set a new economic path for the region's post-quake era to safeguard its way of life.
A new Tesla electric car has earned the best-ever vehicle rating from Consumer Reports, sending shares of the automaker racing higher.
KiwiBank earnings were the major driver for NZ Post this year which posted a 34 percent increase in profits, but it still faces the problem of dropping letter volumes.
The United States produced some unexpectedly good economic news today. Its economy has grown faster than predicted.
Mighty River Power is paying a special dividend to shareholders while reporting lower underlying earnings.
The New Zealand dollar has edged up along with other commodity linked currencies with gains limited by a stronger US dollar.
Wellington's leaning air traffic control tower has got resource consent, with construction to start next year.
Falling revenue and a final year of substantial costs for integrating with the Telstra Clear business led to Vodafone's New Zealand unit turning in annual loss of $120.7 million.
"Speculation, hyperbole and innuendo" – that's what KiwiRail is calling exploitation claims about Chinese workers brought in to work on asbestos-ridden locomotives.
The sharp drop in global dairy prices has cut into Landcorp's profits, which are down almost 85 percent.
Air NZ chief executive Christopher Luxon has sought to put his airline's recent profit into perspective, by pointing out just how much it costs to buy new planes.
A retirement industry lobby group is arguing that the Government made a mistake axing the KiwiSaver $1000 kickstart incentive.
Struggling retailer Kathmandu may cut up to 25 head office jobs as it looks to lift profit.
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