Vic Crone's first three moves at Callaghan Innovation

NBR View's Susan Wood talks to Vic Crone about her plans for the government innovation agency.

Auckland councillors square up with Joyce

The Minister of Finance says the council needs to take a look at its transport spend but councillors say he’s “talking nonsense.”

Frogparking managing director Shareena Sandbrook with her father, Frogparking director Don Sandbrook

Frogparking takes on first outside investor as it targets $50m turnover

The Palmerston North startup is expanding in the US, Australia.

Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges

Fuji Xerox awarded large government contract despite investigations

Social Development Minister Anne Tolley and Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges avoid questions.

Travis Kalanick (Getty)

Uber flouts Apple's user-tracking policy – and gets away with it

Mon 24 Apr

PLUS: An NZ security experts sounds a note of caution on LinkedIn's new user-tracking/proximity alert feature.

Macron claims French presidential election victory, faces Le Pen in runoff

Mon 24 Apr

FINAL COUNT UPDATE: Pro-European Emmanuel Macron wins by more than two percentage points over nationalist Marine Le Pen and remains the favourite to win the runoff on May 7.

Five Eyes meeting 'shows NZ pulling its weight,' former SIS officer

"They don’t just tell each other what they know, they tell each other what they don’t know.”

Orion chief executive and majority shareholder Ian McCrae (supplied)
Green co-leader James Shaw


Wellington Drive first-quarter sales climb 30%, earnings on track

"The $600k ebitda performance is materially better than Q1 2016" – Tony Nowell


Order Paper: Fringe politics, Green shoots and rising Whiggery

Parliament closes for the school holidays this week, and there’s an air of head scratching about the political scene.