Opinion: Trade liberalisation has moved from tariffs to other areas that remove bottlenecks in the global flow of goods and services.
For the second time in a month, Shaw shakes up the status quo – in a way many NBR readers will probably agree with.
Once a behind-the-scenes boss, NBR owner Todd Scott has been front and centre lately. He says it's all part of a plan to put paying subscribers at the heart of the business.
Unhappy shareholders approve sale to interests associated with Michael Morton. Watch NBR View's Susan Wood interview reporter Tim Hunter.
Simon Dallow takes a look at a week in which labour camps no longer conjure images of Stalinistic gulags, and tax and battles for air space in man and unmanned aircraft made up the highlights in NBR.
Opinion: Prefabricated dwellings can be constructed in half the time it takes to build a conventional home.
Opinion: The whole system seems designed to frustrate anybody wanting a simple statistic gauging a student’s overall performance.
Phil Twyford says National had not ruled out tax on residential property.
Banking & Finance
Trump called the Kiwi businessman a genius, but he was up against a long-time friend.
Law & Courts
One publisher says he’s cutting ties completely with people “paid to push a point of view.”