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Chinese Path of Exile fans at a Shanghai gaming event. The game launched in China in August last year

Behind the scenes at Grinding Gear Games: a DIY success story

WEEKEND REVIEW Sun 27 May 3

A visit to the 114-person West Auckland startup, where Chinese giant Tencent a majority investment this week — but the founders are still running the show, with expansion plans.

Spark MD Simon Moutter is an 'agile' management advocate – and says the short-term pain will yield long-term gain

Spark warns of $25-30m hit from accelerated restructure programme

Fri 25 May 19

$90m labour-cost reduction estimate hints at a sharp head-count reduction.

Acting chief executive John Fraser-Mackenzie says he won't be throwing his hat in the ring for the position permanently.

Will MetroGlass' strategy reset provide a badly needed boost?

Thu 24 May 4

Former chief executive Nigel Rigby walks away with $2.86m after quitting in March.

Serko chief executive Darrin Grafton says it's hard to attract enough suitable staff.

Serko hits first profit since listing

Wed 23 May

The online travel booking business was the top performer on the NZX last year – and its shares continue to climb.

Science, Research and Innovation Minister Megan Woods explains why they are out.

Callaghan Growth Grants axed

Sat 19 May 63

Woods confirms $657.2m scheme is on the way out, and how it will wind down. Questions remain about its replacement.

Ryman chief executive Gordon MacLeod says the company will continue to recycle capital to expand.

Ryman's profits rise again as it expands operations

Fri 18 May 8

But how will the Budget affect the company and the retirement sector?

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