The Warehouse Group chief executive Nick Grayston has been trying to turn the business around

The Warehouse set to benefit from restructure, after profit slump

Fri 22 Sep 1

The retail giant’s annual after-tax net profit slumped 74% to $20.4 million.

 NZ Institute of Economic Research chief economist Christina Leung says the outlook for business investment is on the up from next year

GDP data will provide economic backdrop to polling day

Mon 18 Sep

There are pre-election business nerves but they will probably affect next quarter's GDP figures, not the data being released t week. 

Briscoe Group managing director Rod Duke says results were affected by a relatively late start to winter

Briscoe growth slows, battered by competition, weather and election headwinds

Fri 8 Sep

But Rod Duke still expects another record annual profit.

Crane Brothers founder Murray Crane says ensuring creditors are paid is "absolutely my concern"

Fashion victims lose their rag

Fri 8 Sep 4

High-profile tailor promises payment to suppliers owed thousands after store’s closure.

Workers putting the fininshing touches to the first stage of The Crossing in Christchurch

$140m retail complex brings life back to Christchurch's city centre

Fri 8 Sep

Christchurch's biggest retail complex opens this weekend. 

First Retail Group managing director Chris Wilkinson says New Zealand shoppers were getting Topshop product that hadn't sold in Europe

Topshop: Not too big to fail

Thu 7 Sep 6

The Australasian stores were given last season's brands and product that hadn't sold in the UK.


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