William Yan aka Bill Liu (photo: TVNZ)

Liquidator alarmed by asset forfeitures

All civic-minded Kiwis should be concerned by "pernicious" Criminal Proceeds (Recovery) Act, says Damien Grant. With special feature audio – and readers poll result.

Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey
Vector chief executive Simon Mackenzie

Vector seeks more freedom from regulatory shackles

The energy sector has to get out of the mentality of economic theory, says CEO.

Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse

Government passes baton to local councils over Easter trading

Thu 25 Aug 1

Easter trading bill passes third reading by a whisker.

First NZ Capital director of economic research Chris Green

New milk price forecast could could lift economy by $800 million

Milk prices have started to improve as global demand and supply continues to rebalance. With special feature audio.

Lorraine Skiffington

Love's QC Carruthers winds up defence saying Shaan Stevens 'lied', Skiffington 'used' client

Thu 25 Aug

Lorraine Skiffington and Shaan Stevens, a consultant who worked closely with the pair, were to blame for the situation.

Sky TV CEO John Fellet

Earnings preview: Sky TV

Thu 25 Aug

PLUS: Merger approved and merger blocked scenarios.

Infratil chief executive Marko Bogoievski

Infratil stretches infrastructure definition; not a Trustpower seller

Infratil is looking outside of traditional areas in its search for new investments. With special feature audio.

Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Paul Goldsmith

Report slams loose regulations of insolvency industry

It’s “hard to argue” against stronger rules and regulations for who can become a liquidator or receiver - Paul Goldsmith. With special feature audio.

Methven chief executive David Banfield

Methven heading for $130m revenue by 2018

The listed shower manufacturer continues growth after reversing declines. With special feature audio.

RBI's newly appointed governor Urjit Patel

Walls’ Street: Meet the Reserve Bank of India’s new governor

Join NBR's Jason Walls for Walls' Street. With special feature audio.

Invivo co-founders Rob Cameron and Tim Lightbourne

Invivo Wines on track with profit forecasts, expanding to the US

Thu 25 Aug 1

The equity crowdfunded winemaker holds its first annual shareholder meeting.

A2 Corporation managing director Geoffrey Babidge

A2 Milk shares plunge despite 'fantastic' result

Investors took a dim view of A2 Milk’s results, even though the company beat its own frequently upgraded guidance. With special feature audio.

Paul Maher

Maher returns to TVNZ after ignominious exit from MediaWorks

Auckland mayoral aspirant Victoria Crone, John Palino, Penny Bright and Mark Thomas

'Council department for overseas trips' needs a switch - mayoral contenders

Wed 24 Aug 4
Clare Curran

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Accident Compensation Corporation chief investment officer Nicholas Bagnall (Photo: Natasha Leniston-Bagnall)

ACC trims shareholdings in NZX stocks

Investment manager Nicholas Bagnall tells NBR the movement does not indicate a change in strategy.

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Oram urges merger-minded media companies to guard against complacency

Veteran business journalist's unsolicited advice on mitigating NZME-Fairfax NZ merger downsides – and his punt on whether it will be approved. With special feature audio and video.