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New Zealand is expected to see a pick-up in mergers and acquistions, even though several big deals were stymied by regulators, last year.
The founder and chief executive of the cloud accounting software company Xero is stepping down at the end of the month.
KiwiSaver investors are leaving themselves shortchanged because of fear, conservatism and indifference, an economist says.
The casino company SkyCity Entertainment has posted a strong first half profit, as its New Zealand business grew and its high-roller business recovered.
Markets operator NZX has issued some fresh guidance to help grow the size of the green bond market.
Japan's biggest online fashion retailer has taken a $US20 million option to buy a New Zealand wearable sensors business.
Wellington's tallest building, the Majestic Centre, has been sold for $123.2 million
The housing market continues to cool, with the slowest annual rate of price growth in more than five years.
New Zealand's largest private transport and logistics business, Transport Investments, is going public with a backdoor listing on the NZX.
A group of women business leaders and investors have launched a capital fund designed to support female entrepreneurs.
New Zealand's technology sector had turnover of $10b in sales in the past year. Audio
Telecommunications company Vodafone is giving its television service a content and technology upgrade.
People wanting to invest in an urban farm are being offered a novel return - broccoli instead of bucks.
Canterbury-based dairy company Synlait Milk has made a strong full year result, helped by big increases in profit margins and sales growth.
Michael Hill International's strong full-year profit was underpinned by growth in its three key markets - Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
A more cautious investment environment is prompting listed technology companies to cut costs to meet growth targets.
Auckland's house price growth slowed in May in contrast to "buoyant" activity in a number of regions, the Real Estate Institute says.
A crackdown on tax avoidance by multinational corporations is set to get serious with a new global tax treaty which has just come into force.
Auckland Airport's $1.8 billion expansion over the next five years is to be paid for with extra passenger and other charges.
Troubled vocational training company Intueri has been placed in voluntary administration after failing to trade its way out of debt.
The annual rate of growth in house prices has dropped to below 10 percent, the slowest rate in two years.
Strong demand for industrial property has helped Goodman Property Trust make a strong full year profit, although it has fallen from last year's record result.
Abano Healthcare Group says it is on track to meet its full year profit forecast with a stronger pipeline for growth.
The Bank of New Zealand's first half profit has fallen as it felt pressure on its margins and a fall in the valuer of some investments.
Fresh produce exporter T&G Global is hoping a joint venture with another international supplier will strengthen its business in the United States.