Forsyth Barr retail sector analyst Chelsea Leadbetter

Briscoe's bid below par, say analysts as Kathmandu says take no action

Forsyth Barr warns Kathmandu shareholders away from Briscoe's "opportunistic" bid.

 

Duncan Bridgeman and Craigs Investment Partner's Mark Lister discuss the latest in shares news on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Chorus CEO Mark Ratcliffe

ComCom copper pricing decision a win for Chorus

Regulator releases its final draft, and makes a key decision on backdating. UPDATED

 

Chris Keall talks about Chorus on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Telecommunications Commissioner Stephen Gale

NZ broadband – land of the long trenches

Telecommunications commissioner Stephen Gale on finalising the wholesale broadband prices Chorus can charge ISP.

 

Chris Keall talks about Chorus on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio

Bankrupt accountant suspended

Thu 2 Jul

But the Upper Hutt man continues to work for a chartered accountancy firm.

Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings (Tinaz Karbhari)

Fonterra talks to staff on streamlining business

Consultation over job cuts globally had started within the procurement, finance, information services, human resources, strategy and legal teams, the company says.

 

ANZ Economist Con Williams talks about the latest Dairy Price news on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Crowe Horwath head of corporate agribusiness and capital advisory Hayden Dillon

Weathering the banking storm during farming downturn

Thu 2 Jul

Post-global financial crash bank reforms crucial for farmers.

Trade Minister Tim Groser

Leaked TPP document shows US push to limit Pharmac’s purchasing power

Thu 2 Jul

According to Trade Minister Tim Groser, negotiators will now put their real cards on the table after several years of shadow-boxing.

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras (TV3)

Greek negotiations on hold until after referendum

Thu 2 Jul

"There will be no talks in the coming days, either at eurogroup level or between the Greek authorities and the institutions on proposals or financial arrangements." - Jeroen Dijsselbloem.

Telecommunications Commissioner Stephen Gale

UPDATE: Chorus falls after regulator affirms view on copper pricing, ditches backdating

Chorus shares fell 0.7% to $2.98, while Spark, gained 0.2% to $2.79.

 

Chris Keall talks about Chorus on NBR Radio, and on demand on MyNBR Radio

BusinessNZ chief executive Phil O’Reilly

Small business debt masquerading as mortgages

Thu 2 Jul 2

Hidden company debt which is not being reflected in borrowing statistics.

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