Ward: MPs’ unity on climate goals good for NZ
John Ward, CEO of Vivid Economics, says cross-party action will help NZ meet targets set in the Paris Agreement.
CIA hacked Apple devices with irreversible tactics: WikiLeaks
New documents from WikiLeaks point to an apparent CIA program to hack iPhones and Mac computers using techniques users can’t disable.
Inside the Gordian knot of Auckland’s housing supply
It seems wherever first home buyers, renters and the Government turn, they just cannot find a way to ramp up Auckland’s housing supply to meet demand.
China’s taste for pizza fortunate for Fonterra
China’s demand for mozzarella is topping on an otherwise flat interim result from Fonterra, Mark Jennings reports.
It’s the productivity, stupid
New Zealand’s GDP figures show more people worked many more hours to increase output. That’s not a rock star economy. That’s a cover band economy.
Israel positions itself as the Detroit of driverless cars
Israel is home to hundreds of startups, and is now emerging as a global leader in the fast-growing field of driverless cars.
America stares down G20 powers over free trade
The world’s top economic powers dropped a pledge to oppose trade protectionism amid pushback from the Trump administration.