Labour party corrections spokesman Kelvin Davis

Serco's prison report challenge: Hide and Davis go head-to-head

Appeal shows report not a whitewash, says Kelvin Davis; "a ballsy move" on Serco's part, says Rodney Hide - with special audio feature.

AFT Pharmaceuticals chief executive Dr Hartley Atkinson

AFT launches $33.2m IPO

Fri 27 Nov

Offer values Auckland pharmaceutical company at $269m.

While you were sleeping: ECB, China bets lift mood

Fri 27 Nov

European equities climbed.

iPredict Web site

iPredict closing down due to money laundering risk

Thu 26 Nov 15

iPredict says Mr Bridges formed his view without any discussions with its team.

Honey exporter's manuka brands stung

Thu 26 Nov

Honey labels are currently not permitted to make any health claims.

North Shore councillor Chris Darby

Auckland Council ignores free funding advice, chooses to spend $500k

Free reports never saw the light of day - with special audio feature.

A2 Corporation managing director Geoffrey Babidge

A2 Milk's retail shareholders scaled savagely in SPP

Nearly 4000 of A2 Milk's retail shareholders will get less than 10% of the shares they asked for - with special audio feature.

Xero CEO Rod Drury

Xero directors Drury, Winkler and Morgan cash in on 35% share price rally

Thu 26 Nov 4

Messrs Rod Drury and Craig Winkler each sold one million shares at $20.01.

Arvida Group chairman Peter Wilson, CEO Bill McDonald and CFO Jeremy Nicoll (Photo: Calida Smylie)

Arvida beds down operations and promises more for year end

The retirement village operator expects to beat full-year prospectus forecasts - with special audio feature.

Pumpkin Patch managing director Luke Bunt

Pumpkin Patch affirms guidance for weaker 2016 earnings, shares drop

Thu 26 Nov

Luke Bunt reiterated the company's forecast for ebita is below the $11.7 million it reported for the year ended July 31.

Nick Halikias

Dimension Data restructures, top salesman leaves

Thu 26 Nov

Departing chief salesman takes three others on a new business venture.

Environment Minister Nick Smith (@katieabradford)

Government reveals enough support for RMA reforms to become law

Thu 26 Nov 3

Environment Minister Nick Smith unveiled the legislation and should emerge from select committee hearings by mid-2016.

Paul Brislen

Tech expert's complaint about 'snake oil' ad upheld


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