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Meat company pays back $43m wage subsidy claim.
A previous $20 million contract went to India's HCL.
Owners poured their heart and soul into the business - then Covid-19 struck.
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A tight focus on small business and employment helped new National leader back on track.
The move has ruffled the feathers of competitors in the courier industry.
Cinema management and marketing company fronts at AGM after being hard-hit by Covid-19.
Mansons TCLM says now is not the right time to start construction.
Will Air NZ's potential capital raise be the biggest to date?.
Hawke's Bay's own regional brand key to getting local economy growing again.
Financial Times: The pandemic is set to end the world's longest run of growth.
Things only used to close in the tiny Te Haroto. Has it turned a Napier-Taupo Rd corner?
Extra costs of public holiday trade is putting businesses off opening this weekend.
Cafes, shops and offices would be part of staged development.
Even before Covid-19, New Zealand was near the bottom of the class for productivity.
The dairy start-up was able to secure the wage subsidy without 30pc drop in turnover.
"You could possibly end up with more than one film studio at Drury" - Hughes
Retirement village operator makes legal moves to proceed with the $1.5b takeover deal.
Leading business financial restructure specialist beseeches PM for level one now.
Woollen shoe company and sportswear giant plan to change footwear industry.
Grant Robertson talks of struggling against the biggest economic calamity in a generation.
Still plans to move into the top two floors of new billion-dollar tower in Auckland.
The Fonterra Shareholders' Council is not relevant in business today, say critics.
This is a major setback for Augusta.
New York Times: Adopting the proposal would make history for the bloc.
Financial Times: Copenhagen turns its attention to economy as it emerges from lockdown.
The pros and cons of gagging replies.
Global bank is reviewing its operation as it cuts 35,000 staff.
New York Times: Analysts don't like what they see but investors keep pushing stocks up.
Residential consents in Hawke's Bay grew 43.9 per cent in the 12 months to March 2020.
Comment: NZ, as the last country with open export of logs, is giving locals a raw deal.
Jacinda Ardern has much to lose if perception of resistance to common sense grows.
New Zealand's largest bank is asking many of its suppliers to cut prices due to Covid-19.
We say: The Reserve Bank has reassured on financial stability but some big risks remain.
Experts and investors take a deep dive into what to expect from post-Covid house prices.
New York Times: A scientist argues that the quest for fully automated robots is dangerous.
Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr forecasts tough time still to come.
Mainfreight shares rallied by $2 on the back of its annual result and outlook.
Fonterra puts foot to floor to answer a US SOS for Covid-19 patient help.
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Six Barrel Soda Co hopes to sign major deals in the US and Canada this year.
There's a lot happening that impacts first home buyers, owners, and investors.
New Zealand is not a banana republic, and we do not want to become one.
We need to reach for an old cultural cure, writes Saatchi & Saatchi's David McIndoe.
Financial Times: Both nations are indispensable, so companies face a two-track world.
New York Times: A successful launch could ignite a future long imagined.
A region plunged into drought has had one big upside.
The PM and her top ministers talked to a number of notable business people.
Now is the time to mobilise creativity, community-mindedness, and resourcefulness.
The new bank capital rules have been deferred until July 1 next year.
HBR: "The hardest part is just not feeling like anybody sees value in me."
Hundreds of thousands of Kiwis swamp heavily discounted motorhome holiday offer.
New York Times: Trump has pushed a baseless conspiracy theory about his wife's death.
Developers will have to hold on until financiers feel more confident again.
Comment: Are local councils the best option to own and deliver water assets and services?
The impressively powerful tablet comes with optional new Magic Keyboard.
Telco is looking for innovative technologies that can revolutionise business.
Air NZ is slashing costs as it faces most pessimistic of 'black swan' events.
Financial Times: Forced experiment of decentralised work is starting to look permanent.
After a confused start, some progress on poster usability.