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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.
Wholesale power prices are nearly seven times higher than they were a year ago, reaching as high as $500 (MWh) in the past fortnight, according to data from an energy consultancy firm.
Fears that the pandemic would prompt a wave of business failures have not come to fruition, yet.
Data out from the credit reporting firm Centrix shows that at its peak 54,000 people had about 80,000 mortgages on deferral, which is about 7 percent of all mortgages.
The dearth of chips had seen the likes of General Motors and Ford temporarily close factories and it had even delayed the roll-out of the latest iPhone.
The mortgage deferral scheme, set up by the government during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, ends on 31 March.
A dental company with 120 practices nationwide is confident a data breach at a Wellington surgery was an isolated incident.
The International Monetary Fund has praised the economy's performance in response to Covid-19, but warns it is vulnerable to a housing downturn.
An Australia-based cryptocurrency appears to be making a marketing push in this country amid criticism about its operations in its home base.
The software firm at the centre of a cyber breach won't be drawn on whether it kept the Reserve Bank in the dark about a fault in its systems.
Many businesses that rushed out to buy new software ahead of the first lockdown are finding themselves with expensive technology they no longer have use for, according a report.
Plumbing, electrical and glass suppliers are all reporting difficulties getting their hands on basic materials because supply lines had been stretched by the pandemic.
The Reserve Bank was warned about a critical problem in its file-sharing service weeks before a major breach, it has been revealed
Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr says the cyber attack that breached RBNZ data systems was the result of the hacking of Acellion, a third-party provider of secure file sharing services.
The cryptocurrency had been on a march this past week, rising about 18 percent to reach $NZ32,000.
Tower said its GoCarma app is a way for drivers to potentially lower their insurance excess, but critics warn it intrudes on privacy and it is unclear who is really getting the benefit.
The retirement commissioner is looking at a shake-up of the retirement sector, saying the current commercial model needs to change.
The Commerce Commission is investigating a cryptocurrency multi-level marketing scheme, known as Lion's Share.
Of the 10,401 wage subsidy audits completed, just under 1000 businesses have been required to make a partial or full repayment of the wage subsidy.