Indonesia holds opportunities for New Zealanders to do hundreds of millions of dollars of new business.
Today marks the start of New Zealand's first Technology Innovation Week.
Nationwide new dwelling consents dropped in March, reflecting the lowest monthly number of apartment approvals in more than three years.
Auckland International Airport isn't profiteering and is expecting a reasonable return over the coming four years, according to the antitrust regulator.
Infratil has re-launched its sale of up to $100 million of June 2022 infrastructure bonds after tweaking its offer document in response to the Labour and Green parties' plans to overhaul the energy market.
For a few surreal minutes, a mere 12 words on Twitter caused the world's mightiest stock market to tremble.
Infratil will put on hold a planned sale of up to $100 million of bonds because it needs to amend the prospectus to account for the Labour Party-Greens power plan.
McDonald's managed to eke out a higher profit for its first quarter even as the world's biggest hamburger chain failed to lift sales with its Dollar Menu.
Harvey Norman has lifted its third quarter sales by 0.6 percent to AU$1.28 billion ($NZ1.56b), with New Zealand its best performing region.
Dominion Finance's former chief executive has been found guilty, but two others have been acquitted
The Kiwi dollar gained against the greenback and the euro as stronger than expected growth figures
The Government will change the way it awards work contracts to make it easier for Kiwi companies to get a leg up.
Shares in the state-owned energy company Mighty River Power will go on sale mid-May.
The New Zealand share market has hit a five-year high following a healthy profit gain by Air New Zealand.
A guide to help young entrepreneurs get into business has been released.
Michael Hill International, the jewellery chain that bears its founder's name, posted a 5.9 percent gain in first-half profit.
Andrew Kelleher from ASB Securities spoke to Firstline this morning about Mainzeal and other business news.
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