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The New Zealand equity markets are heading for another tough year, with more companies leaving the stock exchange than are listing, and little interest in the smaller company markets.
The troubled vocational training company, Intueri Education, plans to exit its Australian business by the end of the year.
The tax department is introducing changes to help New Zealanders better file and manage their GST online.
Tuatara Brewing Company, a stalwart of the Wellington craft beer scene, has been sold to DB Breweries for an undisclosed sum.
Food and hospitality investor Veritas looks to have found a buyer for some or all of its Nosh supermarkets.
Strong economic growth has supported confidence in the labour market, an economist says.
Activity in the manufacturing sector continues to expand, with the average pace of activity in 2016 ahead of the year before.
A short supply of houses for sale has driven up prices in the capital to a record $530k - up 20 percent on the previous year.
An international online dating service dedicated to helping mature professionals has grown 20 percent in New Zealand in the past year.
Investors are being told to prepare for lower rates of return on their investments over the coming year.
Venture capital and growth funds are having mixed success in meeting targets in what has been the best year in more than a decade for fund raisers.
A recent survey of credit unions and other finance companies has found the sector is facing a tough lending environment, with a myriad of competitors and rapid technological changes.
The New Zealand dollar is expected to remain steady over the coming year although policies of US President-elect, Donald Trump, could prove to be a wild card.
The Commerce Commission strayed beyond its remit in its initial negative reaction to a proposed merger by Fairfax and NZME, the media companies say.
Legal and banking experts are working to form a framework to regulate the game-changing blockchain technology, driving Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Company directors are more optimistic about the economy, but boardrooms are fretting about the threat to their businesses from new technologies, red tape and labour shortages.
Healthcare company Abano is looking to its New Zealand dental business, branded as Lumino, to drive a significant lift in earnings.
Too few rest homes are being built to meet a massive rise in demand, because running them isn't profitable enough, according to a new study.
Children's clothing retailer Pumpkin Patch has delivered another disappointing result, hit by store closures and high currency impacts.
The future of Intueri Education Group is hanging in the balance as an Australian regulator threatens sanctions or even registration cancellations.
The Warehouse Group's annual profit has beaten its own expectations, with the demise of the Dick Smith chain helping boost sales at its Noel Leeming stores.
Briscoe Group has reported a 33 percent rise in net profit on rising sales and market share.
A KiwiSaver fund manager, Simplicity, is urging investment managers to cooperate in the design of an ethical global investment fund.
Staff at about 40 percent of NZ businesses have given up on their jobs even though they haven't actually resigned, a recruitment survey has found.
Vodafone New Zealand has cut its full year loss from $90.5 million last year to $18.3 million in 2016, with sales rising slightly in the year ended March.