A new report says the economic value of the world's oceans is eroding fast, due to pollution, ocean acidification, overfishing and a host of other ills.
Abano Healthcare expects to make a full year loss of up to $1.9 million for the year to May, after selling Aotea Pathology for just $1.
A round-up from Radio New Zealand's business reporters, including Mercer Group resignations and Pan Pacific Petroleum investors urged to reject takeover offer.
ANZ's annual consumer confidence survey suggests that consumer confidence is continuing to rise, with positive sentiment on the up.
Visitors to New Zealand came in their droves last month, helped by the Cricket World Cup.
The NZX has doubled the number of cases it has referred to the Markets Disciplinary Tribunal in the past year.
A round-up from Radio New Zealand's business reporters, including Reserve Bank appointments, GeoOp doubles its licenced users and the sale of 20m Trustpower shares.
Finance Minister Bill English says the Government's upcoming budget will be the toughest he has had to present.
Xero's share price has tumbled after the company almost doubled its annual loss to $69.5 million, with disappointing progress in North America.
Auckland councillors and senior legal advisors will meet on Tuesday, in the latest twist in a standoff with its port company. (AUDIO)
Dame Jenny Shipley says her appointment as the first independent chair of Oravida is not part of an attempt to improve the company's reputation in New Zealand. (AUDIO)
A bankrupt person's KiwiSaver account is now safe from their creditors, thanks to a Court of Appeal ruling.
The Commerce Commission is investigating Jetstar's online booking service that automatically ticks the baggage box.
After a big jump overnight sparked by events in New York, the Kiwi is again making a move towards parity with the Australian dollar.
Sir Ron Brierley has stepped down from the board of Coats Group, which was part of the investment company Guinness Peat Group he founded.
A Wellington-based tech firm which aims to make life easier for accountants says it has just raised about $1 million from investors. (AUDIO)
A Chinese infant formula maker says the opening of its factory near Auckland has been delayed because of compliance issues in China.
New Zealand electricity companies are cruising into winter relatively unfazed by low water levels in hydro lakes.
Cheap petrol has driven down the cost of living in the first three months of the year, pushing the annual inflation rate to a 15-year low.
Activity in the services sector has continued to show strong growth in all regions and all sectors.