Relationships in the building industry count for more than tendering the lowest price.
EconomyNews and analysis of what's making the NZ economy tick
Investors digested the implications on the decision to cancel vote on health-care reform.
The Trump slump touched markets overnight that have been running on hope since election.
Landbankers are standing in the way of building houses, according to Wellington's mayor.
Alibaba will build a food safety framework using blockchain technology.
Businesses can save time and hassle by registering trademarks and copyrights.
Trading in China is not as easy as many Kiwi business may think.
Premier Li and Bill English visited the Fisher & Paykel facility in East Auckland.
Gen X and Gen Y are finding innovative ways to invest and are reaping the returns.
Theses are the Internet queens of China, who splash their affluent lives on social media.
COMMENT: Grant Fenn's move leaves some elated and others scratching their heads.
Kristina Keneally has made a complaint to her Sky News bosses after an on-air attack.
COMMENT: China's economy isn't easily captured in a quick snapshot, writes Liam Dann.
Implementing reforms is beneficial for China's trade partners says Raymond Yeung.
COMMENT: Services must achieve market openings in FTA upgrade, Charles Finny writes.
An upgraded FTA with China will be another significant milestone for NZ says Todd McClay.
COMMENT: Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party has some radical ideas for tax and benefits, Brian Fallow writes.
COMMENT: Proposed reforms will only nibble at the cost of taxpayer-funded pensions, says Brian Fallow.
COMMENT: In an election year, a useful economic indicator of how Kiwis are feeling is consumer spending.
Let's hope that whoever succeeds Graeme Wheeler as Reserve Bank governor next year does as good a job as he has.