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Sixty percent of Auckland home owners have mortgages greater than five times their income, the Reserve Bank says.
Insurance company Tower has reported a smaller half year loss as it managed to cut costs but was hit by hefty claims from a string of natural disasters.
New Zealand's housing market has a 40 percent chance of going bust in the next two years, according to the investment bank.
The country's only rocket company is set to attempt its first commercial launch into space.
The country's biggest bank, ANZ, has wracked up a solid rise in its profit on the back of increased deposits and lower costs.
A mega-merger to unite the country's two biggest media groups will likely get the thumbs down from regulators, says a competition law specialist.
Rising interest rates are expected to pose little difficulty to most borrowers, but a significant minority seem ill-prepared, a survey has found.
A decision on the proposed merger between NZME and Fairfax NZ has been deferred for a second time after the two companies tabled a lengthy new submission.
The Reserve Bank has kept the benchmark Official Cash Rate on hold at its record low of 1.75 percent and reiterated it will stay there for some time.
The country's only rocket company - Rocket Lab - has scooped $US75 million ($NZ107m) in new funds to help its first commercial launch this year.
A decision on the proposed merger between media groups NZME and Fairfax New Zealand has been delayed for a month.
The country's second biggest construction firm Hawkins has been bought by Australian engineering giant Downer EDI.
Sky TV's share price has slumped to its lowest level in eight years after the Commerce Commission torpedoed its plans for a merger with Vodafone. Video
Telecommunications company Spark and Sky Television will face off in court on Wednesday over the future of a merger that has yet to be approved, let alone put in place.
The telecommunications company, Spark, has reported a near 13 percent rise in its first half profit on the back of a lift in mobile earnings and IT services.
The speciality infant formula and milk products company, a2 Milk, has nearly quadrupled its first-half profit on the back of booming sales in China and Australia.
A Canadian insurance and investment company has made a bid for troubled local insurer Tower.
The Reserve Bank has held its benchmark interest rate at a record low and signaled the next move will not be for some time.
Telecommunications company Spark has made an offer to buy out market minnow TeamTalk.
Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler will not seek a second term and will step down from the role in September.
An announcement is expected soon on whether Graeme Wheeler will serve a second five-year term.
The unemployment rate is expected to fall to an eight-year low, but wage rises will be subdued in official numbers due out this week.
The Australian economist who gave New Zealand the rock star economy tag several years ago is reviving the label. Video
Wood products company Tenon is facing the possible sale of its last remaining asset and is winding up its business.
One of the country's biggest KiwiSaver providers, Kiwi Wealth, has decided to build its own ethical and responsible investment fund. Audio