Latest - The Commerce Commission's raised questions about the proposed merger of two offshore building supplies companies which operate here in New Zealand.
Germany-based Knauf and US company USG both manufacture and supply products like plasterboard, cement board and suspended ceilings.
In a letter to the companies, the commission said it's not convinced a merger would not give the combined company the ability to raise prices, or reduce competition for quality modular suspended ceilings here in New Zealand.
The pair will have a chance to respond before the Commerce Commission makes a final decision by the end of April.
The merger application's also being considered by competition watchdogs in other countries the companies operate in.
Spark's sport app officially launches
Spark's high-definition sport streaming service is now live online and on its Spark Sport app, in time for the Australian Grand Prix race this weekend.
The service is in a beta stage, which means it works but features are still being added to it.
Air NZ, Z Energy, Contact, Genesis, join forces to grow forests
Four of the country's biggest companies and carbon emitters have teamed up to offset their emissions and reduce their carbon-creating costs.
Air New Zealand, fuel company Z Energy, and power generators Genesis Energy and Contact Energy, have created the investment company Dryland Carbon, to buy land and grow forests.
Dryland would be funded by the four companies, but managed by the agribusiness and investment banking firm Lewis Tucker & Co.
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