The New Zealand dollar fell to its lowest level against the US dollar in nearly four years after the Reserve Bank opened the door to possible interest rate cuts. (AUDIO)
US technology giant Apple has reported the biggest quarterly profit ever made by a public company.
Briscoe Group has lifted fourth quarter sales 2.92 percent, taking the annual increase to 4.86 percent, and says gross profit margins will be comfortably ahead of the previous year.
A round-up from Radio New Zealand's business reporters: Westpac to sell some Pacific Island operations; Finzsoft takeover offer; Spark's Maury Leyland resigns.
New Zealand posted a trade deficit of $159 million last month as the value of exports fell and imports climbed.
Craftbrewer Yeastie Boys has raised just over half a million dollars by selling a 12.5 percent stake in the company. (AUDIO)
The Financial Markets Authority and the NZX have signed a memorandum of understanding that sets out how they will work together. (AUDIO)
New Zealand shares rose again for a fourth day, the benchmark Top 50 Index reaching yet another record at 5795 points.
A round-up from Radio New Zealand's business reporters: BurgerFuel expands in UAE; changes at A2 Milk Company; latest results for British economy.
Heartland NZ expects its first-half net profit to come in at $23-24 million and has again raised its forecast for its annual profit.
Phone retailer Spark is about to take the next step in improving its fortunes in the competitive telecommunications market. (AUDIO)
New Zealand Oil and Gas says early results indicate that more can be extracted from the Kupe gas and oil field.
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare's recent strong performance has lead to lower gearing and a likely increase in dividends.
The New Zealand dollar has continued to hover at three-year lows against its American counterpart - the currency fell as low as 73.94 US cents early today.
The New Zealand dollar is at a three-year low against the US dollar, trading as low as 73.94 and the forecast is for more volatility. (AUDIO)
Spark's head of its Home, Mobile and Business service Chris Quin has announced that he will leave the company in June.
The troubled Pacific Brands Group has lost another senior executive -head of its underwear division Anthony Heraghty.
A round-up from Radio New Zealand's business reporters: Today, Mattel has removed Bryan Stockton as chief exec and Tait Communications wins New York contract.
Leading indicators suggest the housing market is heating up yet again, according to the Bank of New Zealand.
Broking firm Craigs Investment Partners has kicked off its coverage of Metro Performance Glass with a 'buy' recommendation.