First NZ Capital institutional research director Arie Dekker

Three things to look for in the ComCom's Chorus pricing decision tomorrow

PLUS: What analysts predict as the billion dollar-row over copper line pricing nears its conclusion.


Chris Keall talks about Chorus on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Queen's Counsel Jim Farmer

Foreign exchange dealer's account a 'risk,' Kiwibank says

Wed 1 Jul

E-Trans International Finance says eight of the 15 local specialist money remittance and currency exchange providers have had their accounts recently closed by banks.

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras (TV3)

Greece defaults on IMF loan

Greece has become the first developed country in history to default on an IMF loan.


Jason Walls talks about Greece on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

NZ Aluminium Smelters chief executive Gretta Stephens

Smelter strikes 'poor-me' posture but no hints yet on whether it’s staying or closing

NZAS is one of the most operationally efficient smelters in the world but pays one of the highest prices for power, NZAS's Gretta Stephens said.


Jenny Ruth talks about Tiwai Point on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Spark CEO Simon Moutter (Chris Keall)

What's behind Spark's direct action on copper pricing?

An insider comment shines a light on one of the motivations for the telco's "Be counted" campaign.

Auckland Transport Blog editor Matt Lowrie

Auckland Transport’s Green Man campaign 'creepy' and 'patronising'

Campaign aiming to prevent deaths of people jaywalking is blasted by transport commentator.


Auckland Transport Blog editor Matt Lowrie talks about AT's Green Man campaign on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Tech Liberty co-founder Thomas Beagle

Harmful Digital Communications Bill passes: its key elements

Wed 1 Jul

Get ready to be more careful about what you say online: corporate bodies will face fines of up to $200K from Monday.

Sir Ron Brierley

Sir Ron Brierley brings his latest investment vehicle, Mercantile, to the NZX

Wed 1 Jul

The investment firm has been approved by stock market operator NZX for a compliance listing, on July 6.

NBR Radio Foreign Affairs Scope: Attacks in France and Tunisia

Nathan Smith analyses the big stories this week in foreign affairs on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Nuplex Industries chief executive Emery Severin

Nuplex keeps buyback programme suspended until August earnings announcement

Wed 1 Jul

The company suspended the programme last month.


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