The Warehouse Group chairwoman Joan Withers apologised for the path the company had taken previously.

The Warehouse board takes a hammering as company underperforms

Fri 24 Nov 3

“I've heard a lot of jargon and clichés and not a lot of fact," a disgruntled shareholder says.

Grant Thornton auditors Alec Flood (left) and Brent Kennerley' combined costs orders were $109,228.

FMA coy on naming audit offenders

Fri 24 Nov

Public sources reveal the information anyway.  

Commerce Commission's Mark Berry says the case raises significant legal issues.
Pie Funds chief executive Mike Taylor says some brakes are being applied to the retirement village sector, but demand's always there.

Fund manager says A2 Milk's share price may outpace growth

Pie Funds' Mike Taylor looks back at the week that's been.

Privacy Commissioner John Edwards: NZ falling behind the rest of the world

Privacy Commissioner calls for urgent privacy law reform

Edwards briefs Little on the heels of Uber's massive data breach, which included information about New Zealand customers.

Rear View: the best of NBR

Fri 24 Nov

Simon Dallow looks at the best of NBR this week including the America's Cup options, Veritide's awkward capital raise and StretchSense's eye-watering option deal.

AUT's Brian Cusack isn't surprised at the number of state-sponsored attacks.

NZ spy agency system saves $40m in damage from cyber-attacks this year

The figures show plenty of work remains to make New Zealand a country of "impenetrable infrastructure" by 2020.

Vodafone NZ chief executive Russell Stanners says his business could fill a Xero-sized hole in the NZX.

Vodafone NZ IPO roadshow getting mixed response

Fri 24 Nov

Good news and bad news as Vodafone NZ's IPO hits the road.

New Finance Minister Grant Robertson will be torn between borrowing more to meet supporters' expectations and demonstrating some economic prudence.

NZ's economic risk profile attracts greater scrutiny

Fri 24 Nov 3

New Zealand's liabilities have fallen from 84% of GDP – but 57% of GDP is still too high.

 Tesla founder Elon Musk is spruiking his Semi-Truck – but he has plenty of rivals in the field.

Tesla dons its trucker’s cap with new all-electric big rig

Car Torque: But Tesla's rivals are readying launches too.

Financial incentive for beneficiaries to sign up for free tertiary education – English

Fri 24 Nov 3

National's job is to hold the government to account for what its higher spending delivers, says Opposition leader Bill English.  

University of Auckland backs NBR Radar

Fri 24 Nov

It’s very important to promote entrepreneurial behaviours in New Zealand, says Professor Stuart McCutcheon.

Fullerton Markets signed a deal in 2016 to sponsor the Hurricanes.

Hurricanes sponsor Fullerton Markets responds to FMA warning

Fri 24 Nov

Hurricanes rugby franchise taken by surprise over censure of its sponsor.

UK international trade secretary of state Liam Fox will be in NZ for a short visit.

UK secretary to visit New Zealand for trade talks

Fri 24 Nov 2

Liam Fox arrives in New Zealand tomorrow.

Economist Carlo Cipolla's cautionary advice about people's apparently limitless stupidity helps explain some otherwise incomprehensible phenomena.
State Services Associate Minister Clare Curran's plans to update the Official Information Act need encouragement.
Peter Whittall had plead not guilty to the charges.
Team NZ's Kevin Shoebridge says it is essential to have a village atmosphere for the cup
StretchSense founder Ben O'Brien says he's looking forward to reinvesting profits in the local startup ecosystem
Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Revenue Minister Stuart Nash targeted so-called "speculators."

Editor's pick

Pie Funds chief executive Mike Taylor says some brakes are being applied to the retirement village sector, but demand's always there.
Fri 24 Nov


Related story

Curran needs support on OIA reform

Which OIA improvement is most important?


Stride Property Group chairman Tim Storey said "The first half of 2018 was most notable for growth in the group's real estate investment management business."

Stride Property first-half profit rises on management fees


The first-half result was in line with company forecasts.

Law & Courts

Appeal Court rules on unlawfully obtained DNA bodily samples

Capital Letter: Penny Pepperell explains the significance of a court judgment on DNA testing.