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Supply chain disruptions and the prospect of higher interest rates are being blamed for small firms having to wait longer to be paid.
The housing market is at a turning point with sales activity and price growth expected to peak in the coming months, if they haven't already.
Women entrepreneurs are experiencing varying levels of sexism as they try to raise capital for their businesses, a new study from the University of Auckland says.
The wine industry expects there will be strong interest in a pair of big name wine brands that have been forced onto the sales block.
The report says money owed to the tax department was not yet known, and the report did not disclose the value of its assets because of commercial sensitivity.
Community trusts have left $128 million on the table because of poor investment decisions, a report says, prompting calls for the government to look into their operations.
Zero-waste advocates say a government-funded report into the merits of biogas lacks balance and is shortsighted.
New Zealand has the potential to produce enough renewable gas to supply three quarters of all commercial users.
Greater awareness and understanding of blockchain technology could help businesses save money and improve transparency with consumers.
Dairy giant Fonterra has defended the slump in its share price brought on by its capital restructure plans.
The services are likely to attract greater attention from regulators as they grow in popularity among consumers.
High wholesale power prices are forcing some businesses to consider investing in solar energy.
Businesses are being hit by massive rises to their power bills as dry weather and a natural gas shortage wreak havoc in the electricity market. Audio
A digital revolution is transforming the investment scene, but throwing up issues of security.
The government's rebate scheme for electric vehicles could lead to a temporary spike in prices due to low supply.
Strong domestic spending and a busy construction sector may have helped the economy avoid a double-dip recession.
More than a quarter of mortgages that were in deferral last year are yet to be back to making full repayments, data from credit reporting firm Centrix shows.
Complaints about banking behaviour and service fell by 6.6 percent to 26,020 for the three months ended March. The banking ombudsman says there's more work to be done to capture all complaints.
Apple exporter Scales Corporation has confirmed it is still interested in buying Villa Maria, after the wine giant's parent company was placed into receivership.
Local traders are taking a shine to the relatively obscure cryptocurrency Doge Coin, which has become the latest hot item among retail investors.
QEX's situation is unprecedented and investigations by regulators are welcome, the shareholders' association's chief executive Oliver Mander says.
Embattled shipping company QEX Logistics plans to delist from the stock market and become a private company again, after listing just over three years ago.
A growing trend for the leaking of sensitive financial information in Australian media has drawn the ire of a shareholders' body and stock exchange regulator.
Drains on the power grid from the transition to electric vehicles may be offset as lines company Vector expands a promising trial.
The opening of a trans-Tasman travel bubble will not be enough to revive the travel advisory industry in the short term.