Taking the stress out of tax
The only two certainties in life, they say, are death and taxes. Andrew Patterson reports on a way of controlling one of the two.
Lights, camera, catering
In warehouses near motorways and on back lots in west Auckland, players who contract to the movie industry are making their mark - in business, and on the world.
What the pandemic means for our SMEs
Regardless of the outcomes of the pandemic, one silver lining is that small and medium-sized firms are now effectively ‘on notice’ as to risk. Dr Bridgette Sullivan-Taylor explains.
Facebook targets misinformation in private groups
As millions of posts and images violating Facebook’s rules against hate speech have been found in Facebook groups, the company is seeking to make small changes to the way the feature works.
Payments: More is more
Regulation of merchant fees is just the start: we need an inquiry into the whole payments system and a payments regulator
Questions over ‘hidden’ Hector’s catch
Why was a Hector’s dolphin death publicly notified five months after it happened?
Short-term upside but longer economic pain
NZ’s economy performed better than expected over lockdown, but global fragility means the longer outlook is grim.
Banking on homegrown businesses
New technologies are changing the way we interact with our banks and it won’t be long before banks can predict the needs of small businesses. Newsroom’s Andrew Patterson talks to Kiwibank about the looming opportunities to transform business banking.
NZ supplier pulls gloves over forced labour links
Listed medical supplier Ebos has stopped importing a brand of disposable gloves, after Newsroom highlighted links with Top Glove, a huge Malaysian glove producer accused of using forced labour.