Eroad CEO Steven Newman

Eroad misses prospectus targets but for a positive reason

Revenue of $17.6m for the year ended March was short of the $19 million prospectus forecast.


Jenny Ruth talks about Eroad on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

MYOB chief executive Tim Reed

MYOB buys third NZ company

Wellington payroll provider snapped up.


Chris Keall talks about MYOB on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

John Banks

John Banks police investigation 'thorough and robust' - IPCA

The Independent Police Conduct Authority says there was no political interference in the police's decision not to prosecute Mr Banks.

iTICKET co-founders Phil Jobbins and Reece Preston

iTicket seals $400k deal with Manukau Rugby

Thu 28 May

"Many of the bigger unions have been tied into ticketing contracts for a number of years, so we just had to bide our time." iTICKET

ANZ National Bank chief economist Cameron Bagrie

Fonterra payout: RBNZ needs to cut OCR, says economist

Payout is still well below break even and there will be 'a huge cashflow squeeze' over next year.


Jamie Ball talks about Fonterra on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

AgriHQ senior dairy analyst Susan Kilsby

Spring fears following Fonterra’s ‘conservative’ forecast

Analyst cautions farmers over the timing of any recovery of global dairy prices.


Jamie Ball talks about Fonterra on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Moa Group chief executive Geoff Ross

Moa 'monitoring cash requirements'

Thu 28 May 9

Boutique brewer posts loss of $5.6m in pursuit of growth.

Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon

Secret high class lounge available for Air New Zealand elite

Thu 28 May 1

Air New Zealand revealed this luxury area is located in the new lounge in Sydney Airport.

UK Prime Minister David Cameron holds firm on promises for EU membership referendum

UK referendum and the backfiring of Cameron's democracy threat

Thu 28 May

The UK's EU referendum plan will go ahead, much to PM David Cameron's chagrin.

Gentrack Group chairman John Clifford

Gentrack shareholders not impressed with another profit warning

Thu 28 May 1

Gentrack management attempts to allay fears about the recurring issue with delayed contracts.


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Nigel Morrison says the company lodged a consent with the Council for the preliminary design last December but is still waiting to hear if the new design for a smaller centre capable of seating 2850 plenary delegates will be non-notified.


Nick Grant discusses the new convention centre plans on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.