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Sunday, 19 May 2013
Telecom on track for second-half target
11:02 | 8/6/12
Telecom, New Zealand's biggest listed company, says cost cutting and lower borrowing costs have helped keep earnings on track.
New Zealand businesses hope to grow
09:21 | 1/6/12
New Zealand business has come out of the global financial crisis fitter, faster and better - that's the finding of the latest ANZ privately owned business barometer.
Where are Facebook's friends?
05:47 | 22/5/12
Facebook's stock is tumbling well below its $38 IPO price in the social network's second day of trading as a public company on Monday.
Ryman posts record annual profit
09:58 | 17/5/12
Ryman Healthcare, New Zealand's largest retirement village operator, has posted a 17 per cent increase in profit to a record after it sped up its building programme to meet demand for units.
Infratil earnings rise to $520 million
11:28 | 15/5/12
Infratil has lifted its full-year dividend after earnings beat expectations.
Fonterra comes out swinging on competition
16:23 | 10/5/12
Fonterra Cooperative Group executives have rubbished a Deloitte report for local dairy industry competitors that claims it charges up to 50 cents a kilogram too much to supply them milk.
Key Christchurch rebuild role stays local
16:11 | 10/5/12
A New Zealand company involved in the redevelopment of Picton's waterfront will work to develop the blueprint for the rebuild of central Christchurch.
Supreme Coffee: 'Fairtrade certification is too limiting'
08:53 | 4/5/12
Fairtrade Fortnight begins tomorrow - a campaign aiming to raise awareness about how buying fairtrade-certified products benefits growers in developing countries.
APN reviews NZ assets
15:34 | 2/5/12
APN News and Media says its NZ media properties are under strategic review and has flagged a fall in first half net profit.
Banks not feeling the economic pinch - KPMG
09:45 | 24/4/12
While many New Zealand businesses continue to feel the pinch, it seems the banks are not.
GPG exits disastrous stake in UK firm
10:21 | 17/4/12
Guinness Peat Group has exited its remaining holding in Ashley House, a UK-based health and social care property company whose shares have slumped 93 per cent in the past six years.
Mighty River shares set to be a sell-out
15:26 | 10/4/12
The sale of shares in electricity generator and retailer Mighty River Power is likely to attract more buyers than available stock.
Prison ‘inevitable’ for Bridgecorp director
17:14 | 5/4/12
A judge at the Auckland High Court has told Bridgecorp boss Rod Petricevic that a prison sentence is inevitable.
Construction-led improvement in NZ
15:37 | 29/3/12
The construction industry is leading business confidence higher in the latest National Bank Business Outlook survey.
Arab Spring opens door for Burger Fuel
13:44 | 27/3/12
New Zealand's Burger Fuel chain has signed up a new franchisee in post-Gadhafi Libya, adding to stores opened in Saudi Arabia and plans for Iraq and Qatar.
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