Pumpkin Patch failed by owners


“Public companies are much more likely to fail than private companies, new research shows.

Intueri chairman Chris Kelly

Intueri waits to hear about $A6m payment, future in Australia

Sat 3 Dec 1

Funding from government scheme, which hangs in the balance, pays big portion of student fees.

NICK LEGGETT: The former Labour mayor plans to run for National
NORMAN KIRK: Recalled fondly by his followers primarily because of how he made his followers feel

Order Paper: Post truth and taking offence

To take a pessimistic view of things, it is possible we are seeing the end of a couple of centuries of enlightenment thinking.

US Federal Reserve Governor Jerome H Powell

On the money: End of the export-led model


Times are changing for EMEs in the Trumpian era.

Media Watch: I’m outraged – by identity outrage

This growing moral panic about racial, gender and sexual identity is naturally felt, too.

A2 chief executive Geoff Babidge

Shoeshine: A2’s directors’ fee hike dodges Australia’s two-strike rule


Shoeshine has heard a lot of anecdotes about Australian investors crowding A2 Milk’s share register since the company listed on ASX

Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar al-Baker

Carry on: Qatar adds Auckland, Canberra to global network and more


Business travel news also includes Aircalin's new Airbus aircraft and delivery of Bombardier's first CS300.

MAZDA RT24-P: The incredible looking prototype race car just launched

Motoring: Mazda shows the way in LA


Mazda came out on top at the LA Auto Show unveiling a number of new vehicles

Auckland mayor Phil Goff: His plan for a local levy has inspired nationwide push by the tourism industry

Tourism bed tax should include Airbnb, says report

The National Tourism Levy proposal would help small communities swamped by the international tourism boom to provide sufficient basic infrastructure, including public toilets, car parks, and footpaths.

Wellington International Airport chief executive Steve Sanderson

Right of reply: Wellington Airport CEO responds to 'inaccuracies' regarding runway extension proposal

Sat 3 Dec

"Our research shows the case for a runway extension is compelling," insists Steve Sanderson.

Arria touts March NZX listing

Fri 2 Dec 4

 London-listed software company proposing $25m float.

Meatworkers' Union National Secretary Graham Cooke

Affco attempt to silence union declined

Sat 3 Dec

Good-faith bargaining resumes.

F&P Healthcare managing director Lewis Gradon
Sage chief executive Stephen Kelly
IASB vice-chairwoman Sue Lloyd
Orion Health chief executive and majority shareholder Ian McCrae


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