Eat My Lunch founder Lisa King

LISA KING on the runaway success of Eat My Lunch

The social enterprise founder speaks to Andrew Patterson on Sunday Business. With special feature audio.

Andrew Patterson

Sunday Business & Week in Review

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Eat My Lunch co-founder Lisa King joins Andrew Patterson on Episode 21 of Sunday Business.

John Tamihere on The Nation

Tamihere, Seymour clash over failed charter school

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Government trying to claw back millions of dollars in taxpayer funding.

John Banks (TV3)

Justice turns upside down in Banks case

It’s important ministers aren’t above the law but equally the justice system must not allow itself to be weaponised for political purpose. With special feature audio.

Jamie Cairns: ASX more suited to early stage business

TIM HUNTER: Is the ASX stealing our best and brightest?

Some New Zealand companies are choosing to list across the Tasman but that doesn’t mean New Zealand’s markets are failing. With special feature audio.

Jollands Callander partner Peter Jollands

What a small Californian baseball team can teach the Mad Butcher

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Imagine being given the chance to run an organisation you think could do better.

Sir Bob Jones

SIR BOB JONES: Brexit was not a mistake

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Never have I heard such patronising drivel as that following Brexit.

Robert Muldoon

Post-truth politics part two – what has changed

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“Post-truth politics” – a term coined by a US pundit in 2010 to describe the US’ somewhat breathless public culture – is now the “in” phrase among political junkies.

Former trade negotiator Charles Finny

We are not at war with China

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It was a great yarn but even in the so-called “post-truth” media environment it never felt likely. With special feature audio.

Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler

Housing train wreck decades in the making

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OPINION: For many years now some of us have been banging on about the fundamental policy bias that has led to an over-investment in property.

Sky TV CEO John Fellet

Good news and bad news for Sky TV in Netflix' horror result

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Investors took fright as Netflix reported its second quarter result this week.

The rear two-thirds are tautly trimmed to offer up something quite different

C-Class Coupe’s speedster silhouette better in the metal

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A strange thing happened when I showed a couple of pals press photos of Mercedes-Benz’s latest C-Class Coupe ahead of spending time driving one myself. With special feature audio.

Gary Morgan

Roy Morgan manager defends *that* poll

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Aussies go rogue.

Xero CEO Rod Drury

Xero is beating Sage’s mainstream product in Britain: Drury

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NetSafe piles on staff as it prepares to become Kiwi social media sheriff

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