New Zealand's annual net migration dropped in June as fewer foreigners arrived and more Kiwis left, but remains high.
The Commerce Commission says Christchurch International Airport may be planning to make excessive profits from security, freight storage, and some terminal lounges, though it's "broadly satisfied" with its planned earnings from most of its assets.
Z Energy has more than doubled its investment in Mevo, the Wellington-based electric car-sharing firm, with The Wellington Company and European Motor Distributors also investing.
The architect of a bill designed to impose mandatory country of origin labelling on food says he's disappointed with how the bill has been "gutted" by the select committee considering it. BusinessDesk Sophie Boot reports.
The successful claimants in the kiwifruit lawsuit against the government for negligence in allowing the devastating Psa virus into New Zealand say they concur with acting Prime Minister Winston Peters' estimate of up to $800 million of Crown liability.
The Commerce Commission has indicated it has concerns with French payments systems provider Ingenico's planned acquisition of Paymark, as it might substantially lessen competition.
PGG Wrightson says it has no comment on Australian media reporting that ASX-listed agribusiness company Elders is looking to buy it for $600 million.
Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters says the pay offer to nurses won't be increased after the nurses' union rejected another pay offer from the district health boards this morning.
he New Zealand Nurses Organisation and District Health Boards will go into Employment Relations Authority-facilitated bargaining after the nurses' union rejected a second pay offer from the DHBs this morning.
Air New Zealand has slammed the "ravages of airport pricing behaviour" in New Zealand in support of changes to the Commerce Act it says would help curb airport owners' charging and cut air travel costs for passengers.