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Legal action across the Tasman, TDR case here highlight a lot of 'gotchas'
Financial Times: Elon Musk's SpaceX vs Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin.
We say: Competition is the best way to ensure consumers are getting a good deal.
COMMENT: Globally debt is rising again. Should we be worried? Or should we embrace it?
Bay of Islands property on the market for 17 months
Industry insiders call projections 160 superyachts will arrive in NZ in 2021 "misleading".
COMMENT: Fund supermarkets are making investing easier for a growing band of Kiwis.
Mortgage debt is still rising faster than incomes.
Miles Hurrell is a man on a mission to turn around Fonterra.
PM's visit fails to acknowledge anger at RBNZ bank proposals.
Benjamin Vuchot says New Zealand will have seven Sephora stores in the next five years.
Co-op's now account for less than 5 per cent of the milk pool in Australia.
NZX will welcome a company that has a genuine business model and positive earnings.
Even if it's a few cents, IRD aims to give credit where it's due.
Luxury homes, chartered boats, nannies - the people organising it all.
Financial Times: US president piles on pressure for big rate cut.
Financial Times: Ivory Coast and Ghana join forces to push up prices.
New York Times: Smoking pot cost Kimberly Cue her job.
COMMENT: Rocket Lab founder and chief executive writes on the proud legacy of Apollo 11.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is also in the gun for not helping distressed businesses.
Commercial Bay has five luxury offices for rent - and the views are the best in the city.
COMMENT: Savers and retirees in danger of losing a lot or all of savings and investments.
My ex is determined to take half my share of the business when we split.
New Zealand is deeper in debt than ever. Why does it matter? And how do we get out?
Financial Times: Since the crisis, financing has become much more costly.
Migrant worker made redundant claims director purposely put company into liquidation.
Comment: Kiwis should think carefully before investing in cannabis.
Bid to trim agriculture's greenhouse gas output may not be perfect — but it's a start.
A global survey reveals where passengers want more automation.
Financial Times: The weak subscriber numbers could not have come at a worse time.
Financial Times: Boeing sets out costs of compensating airlines over grounded plane.
New York Times: Vietnam appear to be quietly avoiding the tech giant in their 5G plans.
A 46-year-old architect is on trial for allegedly stealing his former firm's secrets.
How has this Government failed? Let me count the ways.
It would only take 0.2 per cent of Facebook's user base.
New York Times: Security concerns about the app are exaggerated.
Financial Times: Trade wars are now conducted by Trump tweets, so why not currency wars?
The Prime Minister is in for a tough reception from Australian business leaders.
New York Times: Elon Musk aspires to insert a computer connection into your brain.
Financial Times: Ursula von der Leyen secures Brussels' top job against the odds.
New York Times: US big banks are earning billions of dollars. Tax cuts are a big reason.
Mayor says $295 towing fee was "totally disproportionate".
Comment: Auckland badly needs some change of behaviour to fix traffic issues.
New York Times: Tariffs on Chinese goods don't compensate the losses from trade tensions.
Michael Davies is accused of walking out the door with "thousands" of confidential files.
Things you don't expect can make it look like you've got a bad history with debt.
Shane Jones gives farmer governance a serve and warns of sovereign asset losses.
Pret a Manger is a well-known chain in the UK and US and may soon be here.
Comment: It's time to find a balance between both extremes in a divisive issue.
A single click - or the lack thereof - can make your domain you depend on disappear.
Financial Times: Amazon's business model is coming under fresh scrutiny.
Times: It took less than five seconds for a 22-year-old to defeat a billionaire.
Financial Times: The NZ dollar is now buying close to 54 pence.
Financial Times: Post-crisis stimulus has sent debt rising, limiting Beijing's options.
New York Times: Facebook's Libra almost immediately ran into resistance from Washington.
The vendors are selling at a substantial loss.
It's the right time for our key political leaders to take a lesson from the Black Caps.
We say: Inflation remains historically low, numbers may be strongest seen for a while.
New York Times: One scientist and his inaccurate chart led to unwarranted fears
Inflation is up slightly but not enough to inspire confidence in the sluggish economy.