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The plasterboard shortage has eased considerably amid greater supply and slowing demand.
The world's largest online cryptocurrency exchange has launched a New Zealand version of its marketplace to help shape future industry regulation.
The NZ dollar had declined by more than 3 percent since Friday to 52.26 US cents - a low last seen during the March lockdown in 2020.
Young investors reliance on social media influencers for financial advice is raising questions about the quality of the information they are receiving.
Transport company Move Logistics has walked away from a deal to buy Fluidex Transport, saying the company wanted to "jack the price up".
Changes to be trialled for a year deal with payment of interest on money owed for unsold units, aspects of weekly fees, and removing "unfair" clauses on occupation rights agreements. Audio
NZ Automotive Investments largest shareholder remains tight-lipped about the ructions that caused the company's board to implode, after being grilled by investors at its annual meeting.
Under-pressure cryptocurrency trading platform BitPrime has been put up for sale, after failing to secure a capital injection, RNZ has been told.
Corporate New Zealand appears to be in good health, despite emerging signs the economy is slowing under the weight of high inflation and rising interest rates.
New research suggests businesses need to tailor their job adverts and offers to the needs of employees if they want to attract talent.
Kiwibank risks becoming a "zombie bank" under direct government ownership, according to a KiwiSaver fund manager. Audio
An investment analyst has criticised the Electricity Authority for inserting itself between energy companies and industrial power users during contract negotiations.
US giant Godfrey Hirst says it has dropped a damages claim against local rival Bremworth, but will still pursue court action over what it calls greenwashing.
The Tiwai Point aluminium smelter has begun talks with power companies to continue operating beyond 2024.
A local insurance technology firm has its eyes set on a Australian stock exchange listing, after completing a successful funding round.
South Australian authorities have launched an independent inquiry into SkyCity's Adelaide casino, following similar investigations in other states.
The number of business failures continues to track below pre-pandemic levels, despite the end of Covid-19 support measures and stiffening economic headwinds.
Home affordability for first-home buyers is the worst it has been in 65 years, according to an economics consultancy. Audio
Fishing company Sanford is ramping up investment in a bid to quintuple its underlying earnings by 2026.
Many of the country's not-for-profits will soon be at breaking point, as they grapple with legislative changes, competition for staff, and stiffening economic headwinds.
The crypto market nose-dived overnight, with investors panicking over high US inflation, which led to a bank-style run on a major crypto lending platform.
Under-pressure cryptocurrency trading platform BitPrime is in negotiation with three possible backers to secure the company's financial future.
Balances have come under intense pressure as equity markets contend with decade-high inflation, rising interest rates and the economic fallout from the war in Ukraine.
The average cost of building a three-bedroom home is nearly 21 percent higher than a year ago, according to Quotable Value.
The Reserve Bank also wants to know if it has the right inflation target and if inequality should be in the mix for interest rates.