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The firm has cut a new deal with its bankers, which will see it pay more for its lending and put the proceeds of asset sales immediately to paying back debt.
Manufacturing sector activity has hit its highest level in more than two years driven by a rebound in production and new orders.
The aluminium smelter at Tiwai Point is restarting an unused potline as rising metal prices and a power deal have made it economic to expand production.
Shares in Fletcher Building have jumped by more than 10 percent today, following unconfirmed rumours that the Australian conglomerate Wesfarmers has bought a stake in the business.
Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia will part ways in October after seven years of partnership.
Spotify has had a solid debut on Wall Street in one of the most anticipated technology listings in recent times.
Analysis - Sky Television has announced it is not the preferred bidder for Rubgy World Cup broadcasts. RNZ Business Editor Gyles Beckford looks at what that means for the behemoth.
The Reserve Bank has held its cash rate unchanged as expected amid subdued inflation and moderate economic growth.
The dairy giant Fonterra has made a first-half loss after taking a large write-down on its Beingmate investment, in addition to damages to its rival, Danone.
The Central Bank of Ireland is being blamed for the chain of events that has resulted in the troubled insurance group, CBL, being put under the control of administrators on opposite sides of the…
Electricity lines company Vector's profit has fallen by a quarter after one-off gains in the previous year and higher depreciation.
The property market slowdown has taken its toll on confidence in the sector and the outlook for prices.
Analysis: The profitability, economic value and reputation of New Zealand's biggest construction company have been whittled away over the last few years, writes Gyles Beckford.
The New Zealand share market has opened cautiously higher after another volatile session on overseas markets.
New Zealand's international ranking as a financially transparent country has improved slightly in a newly published report.
Analysis - With the revised TPP now going ahead, RNZ's Gyles Beckford breaks down what got it over the line, and what's in it for New Zealand.
The European Union has blacklisted 17 countries as tax havens as it cracks down on tax avoidance.
A new large fuel storage facility in Timaru that could potentially help drive fuel price competition has been granted resource consent.
The solid performance of financial markets and low interest rates should continue for several more years, a London-based investment manager says.
Relocating the Port of Auckland to Marsden Point doesn't make sense and some of the other sites suggested aren't much better, according to the head Mainfreight.
The country's biggest transport company, Mainfreight, has reported a marginal lift in its first half as it struggles with quake disruptions at home and weakness in the United States and Asia.
Four out of every five small business owners feel isolated, and nearly a third said they lack knowledge and need extra support in business planning, a survey and report by not-for-profit group…
The central bank left the Official Cash Rate unchanged - as expected - and said it was likely to remain on hold for an extended period.
The number of people out of work has fallen to its lowest level in nearly nine years on the back of a strong rebound in jobs being created.