Milford director Brian Gaynor

Superfund suspends Milford, FMA investigation nearly complete

Thu 2 Apr

Milford surprised by Super Fund's decision to suspend it from managing its local active equity mandate.

Harmoney CEO and majority shareholder Neil Roberts

Demand growing for p2p lending, research shows

Thu 2 Apr 1

New Zealanders want to borrow more than $7 billion through p2p lending services in the next year as demand grows.

Chapman Tripp trade expert Daniel Kalderimis

TPP leaks 'debunk' claims but could reflect step back in overall quality

Thu 2 Apr 3

Without the full text, it's hard to know. But the document shows opponents' claims may not be accurate.

Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy, Food Safety Minister Jo Goodhew and Prime Minister John Key at the March 10 press conference (Rob Hosking)

PM’s account of 1080 threat under scrutiny

Thu 2 Apr 3

TV1, Fairfax and NBR have confirmed their enquiries only began the morning of the March 10 media conference.

Eric Watson

Legal claims hover over Eric Watson’s ice tea merger deal

Thu 2 Apr

A US-based iced tea maker planning a merger with the Eric Watson-part-owned Cullen Agricultural Holding Corp is embroiled in a number of legal actions, merger documents reveal.

Auckland councillor Chris Darby

Fullers leaves passengers frustrated after semi-final

Thu 2 Apr 4

The last ferry to Devonport was at 11.15pm, giving match attendees just 15 minutes to get from Eden Park to the ferry terminal after the match finished.

Bank of New Zealand economist Doug Steel

Fonterra likely to increase farmer payout for the 2015/16 season, economists say

Thu 2 Apr

Economists at the four main New Zealand banks which forecast Fonterra's payout expect the cooperative to pay between $5.75 per kilogram of milksolids and $6.20/kgMS for the 2015/16 season.

Sign of the times (Tinaz Karbhari)

Free NBR on your smartphone until Aug 31: offer now open to all

Thu 2 Apr 10

PLUS: A world-first as NBR Radio evolves to MyNBR Radio | New hires for what is already NZ’s largest business newsroom.

Commerce Commission commissioner Anna Rawlings

ComCom issues warning over misleading Easter surcharges

Thu 2 Apr 1

Particularly on Easter Sunday, which is not a public holiday.

Plan B managing director Ian Forrester

Plan B continues expansion, acquires Turnstone

Thu 2 Apr

Business continuity provider Plan B increases its head count to 60 through acquisition.

Sanders ordered to cough up Monaco documents

Thu 2 Apr

The development company Monaco Village (in receivership and liquidation) collapsed in 2008.

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