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An independent review of the telecommunications company Chorus' contracting structure says it facilitated migrant worker exploitation.
The former chief financial officer of a public technology company has settled with the financial markets regulator after admitting insider trading.
Directors of failed construction company Ebert have been put on notice as creditor claims swell to more than $100m.
Thousands of shareholders enmeshed in a failed forestry investment scheme are finally receiving some of their money back, but many may be significantly out of pocket.
The state-owned Superannuation Fund is looking at getting rid of its shares in firearms as a result of the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Receivers of failed construction firm Ebert are struggling to recoup $15 million owed to it, meaning subcontractors are unlikely to be paid.
Air New Zealand is delaying the purchase of $750m new aircraft and adding new routes to its network, to cut costs and make more money.
Administration and legal fees for the failed insurance firm CBL Corporation have topped $4 million so far, eating away at any funds left for creditors.
Dame Jenny Shipley and two other directors of collapsed construction firm Mainzeal are appealing against a High Court decision that ordered them to pay $6 million each.
Facebook "hates" that it was used to livestream the terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch last Friday - and promises changes. Audio
A 43-year-old father shot in the back at the Deans Avenue mosque in Christchurch on Friday says the perpetrator returned to 'finish' anyone he had already shot. Audio
The government is looking to support property developers to build homes to lease or rent, rather than to sell.
Philip Morris, which says a tax break would speed its plan to pull cigarettes from New Zealand shelves, has a small market share and the move is just a bold PR stunt, anti-smoking advocates say.
Retirement village companies are being asked to give more detail on how well they are placed to cope with high debt levels in the event of a marked slowdown in the property market.
A New Zealand seafood exporter has struck problems in getting its produce into China, in what could be a sign of increasing tension.
The Law Commission is launching a review of class action claims, which involve groups of claimants jointly taking cases against organisations.
Australian-owned insurance company AMP is selling less financial advice to New Zealanders, but wants that to change.
Iwi are a growing financial force to be reckoned with, according to a new report showcasing some of their success over the past five years.
Financial and fraud experts are warning that the growing billions in KiwiSaver retirement accounts are going to become a greater target by fraudsters and scam artists. Audio
An Auckland company has stolen a march on Swedish flatpak furniture giant IKEA, with plans to open a $60 million mega furniture-homeware store.
A small company wanting to extract gold from a mine on conservation land fears for the future of the industry in the face of red tape, local hostility and official indifference. Audio
The Serious Fraud Office is warning billions of dollars of public money could be being misused.
The number of people looking to dip into their KiwiSaver funds for hardship reasons is rising sharply.
Investors who've traded millions of dollars through the online platform Halifax say they will struggle to celebrate Christmas while their main source of income remains frozen. Audio
The founder and head of the troubled insurance group CBL Corporation continues to hold out hope of restructuring and salvaging the company despite an imminent court hearing to liquidate it.