Property, supermarket confusion, fishy smells, Mainzeal, and Winston: NBR’s 10 most-read stories this year.
ANALYSIS: An FMA review of the Barry Kloogh Ponzi this week leaves a couple of questions hanging.
ANALYSIS: Advisers divided on whether politics matters in M&A, although some reckon we are underestimating the impact a change in government will bring.
ANALYSIS: This is front of mind for business and it should be front of mind for politicians and the public.
ANALYSIS: Business looks set to get what it wants this election, but the underlying challenges remain.
ANALYSIS: We remain in the dark on what percentage of Air NZ’s ticket sales on its books are actually fully refundable.
ANALYSIS: The paucity of guidance is not too surprising when companies are staring into the unknown.
Why no advertising or government funding? Is NBR growing? Why drop opinions?
ANALYSIS: National’s plan to repeal the Conduct of Financial Institutions Act makes no sense at all.
ANALYSIS: Dismissive attitudes, jargon, inconsistency continue to hamper New Zealand’s climate change response.