Revenue Minister Todd McClay

'Business PAYE' on cards as McClay promises tax overhaul

Tue 31 Mar

PLUS: Government looks at reversing the move, made in 1998, to allow most New Zealanders to no longer file tax returns.

MYOB CEO Tim Reed

Xero rival MYOB files for IPO, valuing company at $A2.34-2.69b

Tue 31 Mar

The magic of comparing yourself to Intuit's multiples.  

Mad Butcher chief executive Michael Morton

Mad Butcher hits back at 'grossly inaccurate' claims

Tue 31 Mar 2

The butchery franchise's chief executive has hit out at allegations of widespread financial trouble following the revelation its Kapiti store owes $850,000.

Paul Bublitz, far left, and Chris Cook, right

Albany Heights’ creditor claims swell as liquidators take action

Tue 31 Mar 1

More investors have come forward claiming they are owed money in the Albany Heights liquidation.

Chief execs at today's Semble launch (L-R): Miki Szikszai (Snapper), Stewart Sherriff (2degrees),  Anthony Healy (BNZ),  Russell Stanners (Vodafone), Rob Ellis, (Semble), Barbara Chapman (ASB), Simon Moutter (Spark) Barbara Chapman (ASB), Mark Rushworth (Paymark)

Semble goes live: what's hot and what's not

Tue 31 Mar 3

Spark, Vodafone and 2degrees and two big banks unite behind a single mobile wallet platform, but challenges remain.

Auckland University lecturer Charles Chow

Key's choice to attend cricket over funeral labeled 'a mistake'

Tue 31 Mar 5

To cricket or not to cricket, that was never a question, says one expert.

Paula Bennett (Tinaz Karbhari)

Bennett benefits from by-election bump

Tue 31 Mar 1

iPredict says Paula Bennett twice as likely to be next National leader as nearest rival; commentators agree.

L-R - Chief executives at a Semble preview: Russell Stanners (Vodafone), Rob Ellis (Semble), Simon Moutter (Spark), Stewart Sherriff (2degrees)

ASK ME ANYTHING: Semble boss Rob Ellis

Tue 31 Mar 46

A mobile wallet backed by Spark, Vodafone, 2degrees and major banks launches today. The chief executive of Semble, the company pulling the initiative together, fielded reader questions.

Living Earth co-founder Rob Fenwick

Living Earth sale to Chinese state-owned enterprise approved

Tue 31 Mar

The Overseas Investment office has given the sale, for an undisclosed sum, a green light.

Brian Bourdot

Shake-ups at Super Fund's local active equities team

Tue 31 Mar

Superfund's NZ active equities team reshuffled, as progress made to appoint an external manager to replace AMP.

The line-up: Jim Kayes (sports), Perlina Lau (social media), Paul Henry and Hilary Barry

Paul Henry show gets insurance (sponsor)

Tue 31 Mar 1

AMP announced as broadcast sponsor for TV3's upcoming breakfast show.

Lombard Street Research chairman Charles Dumas

Capital Letter: Future proofing the tax base

Tue 31 Mar 1

One commentator’s solution is to accept “that corporation tax is a lost cause because it is impossible to enforce well, and gives international companies an unfair and undesirable advantage over domestic ones.”

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