Mainzeal failed while parent made billions
Richina, the Chinese parent company of failed NZ construction company Mainzeal, owns assets potentially worth billions of dollars, the High Court heard last week.
Wrong plans costing power consumers $39 mln
Being on the wrong electricity plan may be costing consumers up to $39 million a year, according to a study of household energy prices.
Shareholders to vote against Wrightson’s seeds sale
The NZ Shareholders’ Association will vote against the $434 million sale of PGG Wrightson’s seeds division to a Danish cooperative.
‘Free’ stadium ignores economic realities
There’s more to the cost of a waterfront stadium in Auckland than just swapping it for Eden Park.