Business headlines with summaries.
A restaurant chain found to have exploited its migrant workers is now being investigated for widespread tax evasion.
A group of prominent business leaders says it is incomprehensible people are protesting against the TPP, with one saying the protests are "anti-American". (COMMENTS)
New figures show the international air freight business is experiencing difficulties, with slowing volume growth and falling revenues.
Reserve Bank Graeme Wheeler is not fixated on the low headline inflation rate but may cut interest rates further if a global economic downturn threatens New Zealand, he says.
Refining New Zealand and the global gas company BOC are hosting the official opening today of a $40 million carbon dioxide plant at Marsden Point.
New Zealand's largest contruction company, Fletcher Building, is to buy roading firm Higgins Group for $315 million.
Record numbers of Chinese tourists are expected to visit New Zealand to celebrate the Chinese New Year in February.
New Zealand's first industrial-scale biodiesel plant is set to open at Wiri, south Auckland, in June.
Small Canterbury-based dairy company Synlait has slashed its forecast milk payout by 16 percent because of weak global prices.
Intueri Education Group's share price has fallen more than 35 percent after it announced it was the subject of a Serious Fraud Office enquiry.
The number of building consents for new dwellings was at its highest level in 11 years in 2015.
Increased uncertainty about the strength of the global economy and ongoing low inflation is mirrored in economists' expectations about the Reserve Bank's next move.
The Reserve Bank has kept the Official Cash Rate on hold at 2.5 percent in its latest review. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Ratings agency Fitch has highlighted weaker prices for New Zealand's agriculture exports - including dairy - for its revised outlook on growth.
Air New Zealand is signalling further cuts in airfares to fill its planes on domestic and international routes.
Fonterra has lowered the forecast payout to dairy farmers for the current season.
A new way of doing business is on the rise in New Zealand - one that could be worth millions to our economy. (COMMENTS)
Construction of new retirement developments and sales of units are likely to be strong again this year, an analyst says.
The Reserve Bank will take its first look at the Official Cash Rate for 2016 this week. (AUDIO)
Talks are underway which could perpetuate the use of coal to generate electricity in New Zealand.