Business writer, NZ Herald
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Shunned mums and insecure teens - latest ASA decisions
Insecure teens, shunned mums and the sound of sizzling bacon make up latest ASA decisions.
Mercury CEO: Change starts in the education system
We could learn a lot from the Swiss model says Mercury CEO Fraser Whineray.
Fear of a Labour/Green govt 'gone' says business leader
Rob Campbell said the business community no longer fears a Labour/Green Government.
Topshop, Topman the latest in retail clothing struggles
Topman and Topshop join a long list of clothing retailers to go into receivership.
Aussie bosses paid over four times their Kiwi counterparts
Australian bosses pocketed over four times the amount their Kiwi counterparts did.
Majority of NZ businesses would pay living wage: survey
Business sentiment shows a softening toward social issues but stubbornness on tax remains.
Kiwi data firm strikes big with UK National Gallery
An Auckland based data firm has signed up with one of the world's biggest museums.
WorkSafe issues warning about faulty electric cable
An electrical cable is a "significant" electric shock and fire risk to properties.
Houston we have a problem: Air NZ's $39 fare too good to be true
If it sounds to good to be true, it's because it is. The $39 fare to Houston was a mistake