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The top level of gaming and casino company SkyCity has been hit by the resignation of three senior executives.
Gyles Beckford has te pūrongo pakihi. Audio
Economic numbers out this morning point to a slowing in the recovery in the manufacturing sector and job market, with firms uncertain about what next year may bring.
Gyles Beckford has te pūrongo… Audio
Utilities and infrastructure investor Infratil has reported a sharply lower profit as Covid-19 hit the earnings of its key investments.
The Reserve Bank is considering re-instating limits on low deposit mortgage as the housing market heats up.
Fletcher Building has had strong rebound in trading, driving underlying profit up by more than a half on last year.
The windfarm operator and developer Tilt Renewables has more than doubled its profit for the six months to September.
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The government must tackle the economy's long running problem of low productivity by boosting research, according to a new report.
The BNZ has joined the other major retail banks in reporting a sharply lower profit because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Unemployment numbers are slightly better than expected, but they're still set to get worse.
Westpac bank has had a significant fall in full year profit as the Covid-19 pandemic led to lower revenue and a rise in bad debts.
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Rising house prices are lifting consumer confidence, but the positive sentiment isn't spread evenly. Audio
ANZ's full year profit has taken a tumble.
The head of Kiwibank has weighed in on what the government should be doing to support the economy.
The utilities investor Infratil is looking to buy a 60 percent stake in the Australian medical company Qscan Radiology Clinics.
The long expected legal challenge to the dominance of major techgnology companies in the US has started.
Business confidence remains deeply pessimistic but is improving amid signs that the economy may recover from the pandemic quicker than expected.
Business New Zealand is looking for progress on projects and issues that matter, and better engagement from the new government.
Leading homeware and sports goods retailer Briscoe Group has repaid more than $11-million received in wage subsidies.
The Warehouse is making no apologies for taking the government wage subsidy as it also restructured its business and ended up posting a profit.
The country's largest transport company, Mainfreight, is forecasting a hefty lift in underlying first half profit on the back of strong revenue growth.