Moa Group chief executive Geoff Ross (Photo: Tinaz Karbhari)

Moa listed too early, says CEO

If Moa Group chief executive Geoff Ross could time-travel back to 2012...

Milford Asset Management managing director Anthony Quirk

Milford profit soars

Fri 4 Sep

$12m dividend for parent company as profit grows 43%.

Sarah Sparks

Sarah Sparks accuses BNZ of colluding with her ex-husband

Fri 4 Sep

Sarah Sparks and Greg Olliver have been fighting legal battles over millions of dollars worth of St Heliers properties since 2011.

Rod Petricevic (TV3)

Petricevic parole challenge dismissed

Justice Rebecca Ellis dismissed the application for review.

 

NBR reporter Hamish McNicol discusses the latest court stories on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Family behind firms investigated by FMA wants more than $1000 a week

Fri 4 Sep

Heavy confidentiality orders prevent NBR from reporting just how much is sought, however.

Former Act Party MP David Garrett (TVNZ)

Sensible Sentencing Trust wants taxpayer funding for Petricevic crusade

Former Act Party MP David Garrett  said if the challenge fails, there is enough public interest to warrant the court costs be funded by the "public purse."

 

NBR reporter Hamish McNicol discusses the latest court stories on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Marlborough Lines chairman David Dew

$51m write-off for Southland's Power Company

Fri 4 Sep 1

Huge impairment after premium paid for Otagonet acquisition.

Mark Weldon

MediaWorks’ culture – from family feeling to Big Brother

True or not, persistent claims of management monitoring staff communications point to plummeting morale.

 

NBR reporter Nick Grant talks about MediaWorks on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

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NBR Radio now on iHeartRadio

Fri 4 Sep

A better experience for iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone and desktop listeners.

Commerce and consumer affairs minister Paul Goldsmith

Mobile networks exempted from file sharing law indefinitely

Fri 4 Sep 1

If you’re sharing pirated music or movie files on your smartphone, Big Brother is … not watching you at all.

Chartered Accountants Australian and New Zealand (CAANZ) chief executive Lee White

CAANZ CEO finally responds to NBR but isn't ready to answer questions

Fri 4 Sep 4

Chartered Accountants Australian and New Zealand chief executive Lee White talks to NBR.

This photo was taken on the day of the February 2011 earthquake and shows the effects of falling masonry. (Photo: Chris Hutching)

City of contrasts five years after the first big quake

Fri 4 Sep 10

Little did we know after that first earthquake, it was just the beginning, with 14,000 more to come.

McKinsey Institute Luis Enriquez

Editor's Insight: What will really happen in the next decade

The McKinsey Institute has created four scenarios for the world economy in 2015-25.

 

Nevil Gibson discusses his latest Editor's Insight on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

NBR Radio Weekend Rumble: Flag referendums, refugees and Rugby World Cup songs

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Lance Wiggs and the NBR crew throw around some of the week's top stories on NBR Radio and on-demand via MyNBR Radio.

CCA managing director Chris Litchfield

Coke bottler leaps into big league of liquor industry

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Investors take a dim view of Kathmandu takeover and its outlook

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