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COMMENT: There are ethical and moral questions around being a tightwad.
COMMENT: Based on current projections, New Zealand should be fine.
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NYT: For years, Uber was an investor darling. Now, some openly call its IPO a train wreck.
A cannabis research company is hoping to raise up to $10 million to list on the NZX.
The CFO is no stranger to a crisis, he began working in Ansett months before it went bust.
FT: Trump and Jinping are betting their countries can withstand a prolonged stand-off.
NYT: There is growing evidence that the Trump brand is cooling off.
The use of 'Wanganui' by an international brewery is being seen as inappropriate.
Ardern has showed us what she can do on the international stage, now to deliver at home.
It's not a right that child should inherit their parents' money.
The only funds to outperform this NZX benchmark index were two small property funds.
Grant Robertson will deliver his second Budget on May 30 and is quite excited about it.
Should the worst performing KiwiSaver funds have the money taken off them?
FT: Dominant in EU politics for two decades, EPP fears a backlash from populist rivals.
A terminal spin.
It was the most horrific conversation the call centre worker had experienced.
Residents watch horrified as digger demolishes homes built late-1800s, early-1900s.
The new Forestry New Zealand premises built will bring 80 jobs, many of those to Rotorua.
We say: Paying out hotel raises difficult - and costly - questions for the CRL project.
Letter writers comment on e-scooters, climate change, capital markets and Alex.
Christchurch Call doesn't trample on right to free speech.
Economy Hub: Finance Minister Grant Robertson talks to Liam Dann ahead of Budget 2019.
Comment: "There are many ways any business can influence wellbeing beyond paying a wage."
A real estate agent is now bankrupt after gambling away more than $250,000.
Whatever happens on Budget day, we can take comfort from being ahead of the curve in NZ.
Premature alarm and misplaced scorn have greeted the Zero Carbon Bill.
Cloud accounting company finally hits profit in second half.
FT: The Trump administration has launched a dramatic attack on Huawei.
The government is promising to get more hands-on with tourism
In a sea of data, where should you look for the best clues to the economic outlook?
Watchdog releases preliminary findings from its mobile market study.
NYT: The biggest threat to global fortunes has become the intensifying US-China conflict.
NYT: Trump's fondness for taxing imports was forged in economic battles with Japan.
We say: There has never been a better time to find out how your fund is performing.
It will be a battle for the values that underpin New Zealand society.
Eugenie Sage's decision over Waihī mining is causing widespread anxiety.
Two possible points of focus.
Deal turbo-charges No Ugly's output and distribution plans.
FT: Donald Trump has previously resisted signing the order.
Washington Post: Trump argues clashing with Beijing will help him win re-election in 2020.
The property market is flattening off - except for smaller houses.
The 'New Zealand disposal' highlighted.
Focus is on a Government study, however, not Tamihere's sell-off plans.
NYT: Pilots pressed Boeing for an urgent fix after Lion Air crash. Executives resisted.
Key difference cited with Z Energy deal.
The country's second biggest dairy manufacturer and exporter is upscaling.
We as a society, both New Zealand and global, have to reclaim the internet.
The pros and cons of life beyond Vodafone Group.
Lots of storm clouds on the horizon for Uber.
EDITORIAL: Is the takeover flurry by overseas buyers an alarming trend or natural cycle?
New Zealand needs to throw off caution and let the mouse roar.
Lisa Rooney is the face of The Rising Tide
KiwiSaver fund not doing so well? Here's what you should do.
FT: Faltering debut will force investors to take a closer look at ride-hailing company.