CBL managing director Peter Harris has to deal with a bad full-year result – and shares suspended indefinitely.

Insurer CBL has some explaining to do

Fri 16 Feb 5

Opinion: With shock losses and the wind-up of a core business, a share suspension poses deeper questions.

The Big Four make sizable billings. (Photos: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

Shareholders deserve more respect from auditors

Fri 9 Feb 5

Opinion: A professional body’s attitude to secrecy is just part of the problem.

Trust chairman Bill Holland would do well to explain to consumers why power prices are so high in Tauranga.

Trustees pussyfoot around power price gouge

Fri 2 Feb 7

Opinion: Analysts have exposed some cynical pricing behaviour by Trustpower.

TEC’s new monitoring manager Dean Winter said “As far as I‘m aware this was looked into and there wasn’t enough evidence to take it any further.”

Quantum report reveals rorting on a huge scale

Tue 30 Jan 8

Analysis: A long-awaited official investigation drops its findings into the Christmas rush.

Cannabis-based products for pets is just one of the developing markets closed to Kiwis as a result of regulation.

The grass is greener for growers overseas

Fri 22 Dec 1

Opinion: New Zealand’s restrictive cannabis regulation is a barrier to business development.

Just over two years after Sir Jerry Mateparae handed the ONZM insignia to Best Pacific founder Anita Finnigan, her business has shut its doors.

A tale of taxpayer subsidy

Fri 15 Dec 5

Opinion: The government’s fees-free education policy has some hungry mouths to feed.