Thu, 25 Oct 2012 9:12a.m.
Wellington firm PowerKiwi has come second in this year's Deloitte Fast 50 index.
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Fisher Funds will invest in Mighty River, but they expect the price to be affected by the Green and Labour policy.
Joyce has continued his attack on the Opposition's power scheme, calling it "lala land" and a "failed policy of 40 years ago".
John Key says he doubts the Opposition's plan to set up a single-buyer electricity market will get off the ground.
Political commentator Mike Williams says NZ Power scheme proposed by Labour and the Greens last week is a "masterstroke".
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says he won't support the National Party to form a government unless it buys back Mighty River Power.
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