Boris Johnson, leader of the Leave campaign (left) and Prime Minister David Cameron

Brexit aftermath: disdain, the elites, and the warning for conservative parties everywhere

Such elites – particularly those on the left – have been trained since their first year at university to disdain sentiments on national identity, to view them as ignorant at best and bigoted at worst. With special feature audio.

Craigs Investment Partners private wealth research head Mark Lister

Brexit fallout for New Zealand: sub 2% OCR and uncertainty

The biggest impact on New Zealand of the Brexit vote will probably be indirect and as a result of the impact on the global economy and less as a result of direct trading and tourism activity being hit. With special feature audio.

Novel form of buying Herne Bay flats offered by owner

Desperate Gen-Y Herne Bay home buyers thrown a compromise

Mon 27 Jun 2

Seller happy to help out struggling first home buyers.

Radius managing director Brien Cree

Radius puts IPO plans on ice

Mon 27 Jun

The company is well-capitalised and made about $90m revenue last year.

Forsyth Barr Senior Equity Analyst Andrew Harvey-Green

No need to 'Tesla panic' just yet, although electric cars are the coming thing

Electric cars are undoubtedly hot, so much so that Wellington City and Greater Wellington Regional Councils are holding a symposium on them today. With special feature audio.

Capital Economics founder Roger Bootle

Brexit economics: BoE interest rate to drop, no UK emergency budget

Pro-Brexit economists say pessimists under-estimate policy response to UK leaving Europe. With special feature audio.

UKIP leader and 'leave' advocate Nigel Farage

World Week Ahead: Brexit carnage

Billionaire currency speculator George Soros predicts global trouble. With special feature audio.

Auckland property investor Mark Francis

Queenstown hotel sells for 50% gain

Mon 27 Jun 1

Transaction follows related party purchase of former Dorchester Property Trust asset last year.

Silver Fern Farms chief executive Dean Hamilton

Silver Fern to miss deadline for Shanghai Maling sale, insists deal still on

Mon 27 Jun

Next month's special meeting was requested by shareholders opposed to the sale.

Auckland Mayor Len Brown (Photo: Tinaz Karbhari)

Support for Auckland road user charges rides high

Government finally acknowledges widespread sentiment. With special feature audio.

Andrew Patterson

Sunday Business & Week in Review

WEEKEND REVIEW

Don't miss Sunday Business's extended-length Brexit special — now live.

Nicola Sturgeon

Brexit: 'Remain' campaigners pin hopes on Scottish veto, petition

Are they clutching at straws? With special feature audio.

Redrawing the legal landscape: Lady Deborah Chambers, QC

Up to 100,000 trusts at risk, thanks to Clayton decision

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Cameron during his resignation speech

Brexit: the day after

We the people

Three reasons Brexit won

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NZIER deputy chief executive John Ballingall

How NZ should react to the UK's surprising Brexit choice

Guy Haddleton: The new chairman made it clear who was in charge

Wynyard chairman gets a grip

Doug Hastie

Syft boss joins Xero in opposing IRD's move on employee stock options

Doug Hastie reorganised management and logistics at tech company Syft but he says a new focus on pushing its product was the key to its turnaround. “In New Zealand, sales is a dirty word,” he says

Hastie sets billion-dollar target for spruced-up Syft

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