Warehouse Group chief executive Mark Powell

James Pascoe bumps up Warehouse stake

Tue 3 Mar 3

David and Anne Norman's retail group buys Woolies' stake in The Warehouse for $87m.

Fonterra chief financial officer Lukas Paravicini

Fonterra target company Beingmate’s profit sinks

Tue 3 Mar 3

Fonterra pays more for Beingmate while profits slump by 90%.

Footfalls & Heartbeats managing director Roland Toder

NZ textile company inks deal to produce 'intelligent' bandages

Tue 3 Mar

A local 'smart fabric' company has signed its first major contract with a healthcare multinational.

Mark Bryers (TV3)

Bankrupt Bryers needs to get back on his feet, lawyer in discharge hearing says

Tue 3 Mar

"He needs to get back on his feet again, before it's too late," Chisholm told the court.

Annah Stretton

ASK ME ANYTHING: Annah Stretton

Tue 3 Mar 43

The fashion designer and retailer answers reader questions on everything from manufacturing in China to barriers (or not) for female entrepreneurs to zero-hour contracts.

Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens

RBA hold cash rate at 2.25%, says further easing 'may be appropriate'

Tue 3 Mar

Reserve Bank of Australia kept the cash rate at 2.25 percent.

Life in the old dog yet

Wut? NZ PC market has strongest ever year; tablet sales fall

Tue 3 Mar

Shipment figures buck the narrative.


Europe’s deflation pressure eases before first round of quantitative easing

Tue 3 Mar

Spending on oil products down by 7.9% in February compared with 9.3% in January

People's Bank of China governor Zhou Xiaochuan

China's manufacturing declines for second straight month

Tue 3 Mar

China's mixed PMI results show contraction as interest rate cuts attempt to control wider slowdown.

David Goddard QC

Carter Holt appeals failed strike-out bid in leaky schools case

Tue 3 Mar

The ministry and boards "had the opportunity to impose contracts to provide for the allocation of risk of building defects and it would be astonishing if some provision was not made of that kind," Mr Goddard said


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