Business writer, NZ Herald
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Dawn of the 'zombie companies' a risk to NZ business
Kiwi firms understand the importance of disruption but most are not preparing for it.
Firm pursues ex employee in court over missing $4m
A judge has frozen the bank accounts of the employee.
New Vodafone CEO set to go toe to toe with former boss
Jason Paris is set to go toe to toe with former boss Simon Moutter
Spark partners with Sky Sport to offer Fan Pass for $30
This is the cheapest Sky Sport deal customers have been offered.
Some Airbnb and BookaBach owners to pay extra rates
Airbnb's value to the New Zealand economy has been highlighted in a new report
Orion Health meets forecast as it continues restructure
Orion Health has met its full year 2018 forecast and is keeping quiet on sale plans.
F&P Healthcare posts record result, nears $1 billion revenue
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has posted another record result
'Pretty tough time': StretchSense workers respond to axing of 140 staff
All staff spoken to said it had been a great company to work for.
Kiwi start-up cuts 140 jobs after $131 million deal fails
The big-money deal was signed off at the end of last year but has now collapsed.
Vector takes legal action against Stuff over client data
Vector has asked the Auckland High Court for an injunction against media firm Stuff.
Men called John outnumber women 4-1 among top Kiwi CEOs
In the US men called James outnumber women in top positions of the Fortune 500.
Company sued by Sky sold for $12.5m to Chinese buyer
A Kiwi company being sued by Sky TV has been sold overseas for $12.5m.
Lifting productivity key to growth as immigration slows, says ASB
ASB Bank says productivity growth will be less focused on immigration in coming years.
Strewth cobber! Australia's most loved brand is this iconic NZ company
For the second year in a row, Air NZ has been voted Australia's most reputable brand.
Kiwis still paying too much for card fees - Retail NZ
Merchant service fees in New Zealand are more than three times higher than in the UK.
Living wage 'step in the right direction' for hospo sector
The living wage is a good step to encourage Kiwis into hospo, says Restaurant Association.
Local banks beat Aussie giants in satisfaction survey
Customers with local banks are happier than those with the Aussie giants.
Worker who threw boiling coffee at colleague awarded $15k
Worker who was told "don't f**k with me" is awarded $15,000 for unjustifiable dismissal.
Gattung, Robinson and Christie back tech project aimed at Kiwi girls
The tech project includes a computer game, books, video games, and eventually a TV series
TVNZ and Sky: From bidding war to lobbying together
Aside from a few jokes onstage, the chief execs avoided the Rugby World Cup rights topic.
Sky not preferred bidder for Rugby World Cup 2019 rights
This is will be major blow to the business.
$8.3 million man departs: Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings quits
Fonterra chief Theo Spierings is stepping down
World first: Christchurch 'flying taxi' has no pilot
The world's first self-piloted electric air taxi is being tested in Christchurch.
Still use an old phone? It might stop working this week
Will your phone be affected by the change?
Whittaker's to donate $80k to kiwi conservation this Easter
Chocolate company Whittaker's is offering a year's supply of chocolate
Nic Watt's yoga/restaurant hybrid business owes more than $2.4m
True Food and Yoga owned and run by Nic Watts and wife Kelly, owes more than $2.4m