Pushpay co-founder Chris Heaslip says this quarter's revenue dip is seasonal.

Pushpay to take its next step with caution

"Most start-ups don’t die from lack of opportunity, they die from too much opportunity," says CEO Chris Heaslip.

Craigs' analyst Roy Davidson says Australian banks face margin and earnings pressure

Craigs sours on Australian banks

Australian banks face slowing housing market, rising bad and doubtful debts and regulatory risks.

Competition and consumer general manager Antonia Horrocks says "The Trustees Association made a misleading representation."

ComCom warns NZ Trustees Association over invoices sent to charities

Wed 17 Jan

The association said it didn't believe it broke the law.

Energy and Resources Minister Megan Wood says "There’s an EV for almost every job or use in New Zealand."

Government helps seed 20 EV-related projects with $3.7m

Wed 17 Jan

The current funding is the third round for the Low Emission Vehicles Contestable Fund.

AgriHQ analyst Amy Castleton says buyers haven't paid attention to NZ's dry conditions.

Dairy product prices climb amid concern about a drop in supply

Wed 17 Jan 1

Fonterra launches fresh milk in China through Alibaba's Hema Fresh.

NBR Radar: Shooting for a high value exit

Wed 17 Jan

As part of NBR's series on smart people doing smart business, we profile Andy Prow from RedShield Security.

A2 Milk CEO Geoff Babidge says "Sales velocities are now achieving sustainable levels in California, the South East region and select natural retail chains."

A2 to roll out US business to eastern seaboard

Wed 17 Jan 1

The company's expanded US distribution will be backed by an increased marketing spend.

Justice Minister Andew Little is responsible for getting the waka-jumping bill passed.
Harry Mills is the CEO of Aha! Advantage, a consultancy group.

The dangerous workplace aphrodisiac

Wed 17 Jan

Opinion: The use and abuse of power in the workplace.

Art dealer Henry Newrick says auction houses should be forced to have trust accounts for clients' money.

Auction house collapse raises concern over trust accounts

Tue 16 Jan 2

Auckland auction house Mossgreen-Webb's has gone into liquidation.

NZX's Hamish MacDonald says the market operator will take into account the market's views.

Market weighs in on NZX's listing rule changes

NZX received about 70 submissions on its proposals, including whether to have one rule for all issuers.

Cullen Investment's Eric Watson has been selling off NZ assets.

Eric Watson and Judith Tabron sell Soul Bar

Tue 16 Jan

The Nourish Group has added Soul to its stable.

Iain Rennie recommended four areas for reform.
IoD's Felicity Caird says there are five top issues directors should look out for.
BusinessNZ chief executive Kirk Hope says business owners are concerned on how the industry-wide agreements will be structured.
Damien Grant says a McCoin could be an alternative currency.
Mercury chief executive Fraser Whineray says battery storage has the potential to complement NZ's energy system.
Rubicon chair Stephen Kasnet says it has great belief in the future potential of ArborGen.
Federated Farmers vice-president Andrew Hoggard says giving volunteers experience isn't payment.

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Stats NZ's Melissa McKenzie says apartment consent numbers fluctuate a lot.

House building permits jump in November off boost in apartments


Consents for stand alone houses have levelled off. 


Anderton’s left-wing politics made him unfashionable in political and media circles for much of his time in politics.

Jim Anderton – the man who saved the left in NZ

Political round-up: Jim Anderton was in the political wilderness for much of his career. 


Morningstar analyst Brian Han's report deals many media acquisitions which didn't meet expectations.

NZ a 'dangerous hunting ground' for media takeovers, Morningstar says


Morningstar suggests Southern Cross Media Group focus on Australia.