Thousands of consumers may be millions of dollars out of pocket because insurance companies have improperly put their commercial interests ahead of clients.
The power companies, Genesis Energy and Mercury, continue to battle for customers amid increasing demand. Audio
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite at FNZC. Audio
Rocket Lab says its first launchpad outside of New Zealand will be one of many. Audio
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Banks are facing uncertain times with global market volatility and increased scrutiny from regulators on both sides of the Tasman. Audio
Delays in getting the Marsden Point refinery back into operation and rising fuel prices have forced Z Energy to cut its earnings forecast by more than 6 percent. Audio
Profits for the main NZ banks dip in first quarter. Softer real estate market may prompt LVR easing. Inflation still in check means low rates for longer. Financial markets mildly positive. Audio
An early look at the day's business news, and a catch up on overnight action on the global financial markets. Audio
Christchurch moteliers are blaming competition from AirBnB and a lack of events for what's being called the worst winter since the Canterbury earthquakes. Video
KiwiSaver providers, including the big-five Australian banks, are behaving like a cartel by not switching people to more aggressive saving schemes, a financial advisor says. Audio
Consumer inflation has perked up in the past few months on the back of higher housing and fuel costs.
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
The Motueka ANZ closed today. Or at least the ANZ says it won't be open from tomorrow. Audio
Seafood companies are being told to take responsibility for the treatment of foreign crews catching fish for them.
Netflix's subscriber growth fell short of Wall Street expectations, sending shares of the normally high-flying stock down 14 percent on fears that the company's expansion is slowing.
More than a thousand businesses and self employed people have changed the way they calculate provisional tax payments in order to improve their cash flow and reduce the risk of penalties and interest.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite of FNZC. Audio
The E tu Union's assistant secretary, John Ryall is warning companies employing labour hire workers to take note of a Court of Appeal decision on wages and conditions.
Record median house prices in some regions proves short supply comes at a cost. Audio
Consumer inflation has perked up in the past few months on the back of higher housing and fuel costs. Audio
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