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28th May 20, 2:40pm
Economists at the country's biggest bank say based on their bank's card data, spending has returned to 'normal' - but there's no sign of any catch-up on spending that was 'lost' during lockdown
Economists at the country's biggest bank say based on their bank's card data, spending has returned to 'normal' - but there's no sign of any catch-up on spending that was 'lost' during lockdown
28th May 20, 2:40pm
28th May 20, 5:02am
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The Productivity Commission's Hamed Shafiee says the goal should not be simply to rebuild the economy we had, but to shift gear and find new ways for the economy to reach its full potential
The Productivity Commission's Hamed Shafiee says the goal should not be simply to rebuild the economy we had, but to shift gear and find new ways for the economy to reach its full potential
28th May 20, 5:02am
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27th May 20, 5:00am
Revenue and Small Business Minister Stuart Nash seeking advice on extending the one month timeframe for loan applications to the Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme
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Revenue and Small Business Minister Stuart Nash seeking advice on extending the one month timeframe for loan applications to the Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme
27th May 20, 5:00am
26th May 20, 11:19am
Benje Patterson casts an eye over the entrepreneurial spirit that saw 3,136 businesses started across New Zealand during April when the country was in lockdown
Benje Patterson casts an eye over the entrepreneurial spirit that saw 3,136 businesses started across New Zealand during April when the country was in lockdown
26th May 20, 11:19am
26th May 20, 10:17am
Our national airline says there's still too much uncertainty to forecast earnings for the financial year that ends in a month, but says it hasn't needed to draw on the $900m loan facility offered by the taxpayer yet
Our national airline says there's still too much uncertainty to forecast earnings for the financial year that ends in a month, but says it hasn't needed to draw on the $900m loan facility offered by the taxpayer yet
26th May 20, 10:17am
25th May 20, 5:19pm
Community sport, religious gatherings and weddings get green light as gatherings of up to 100 people allowed from Friday
Community sport, religious gatherings and weddings get green light as gatherings of up to 100 people allowed from Friday
25th May 20, 5:19pm
25th May 20, 11:07am
Terry Baucher has more on the Small Business Cash Flow scheme, Inland Revenue's guidance on the sharing economy. And a reminder about the rules around employees claiming home office expenditure
Terry Baucher has more on the Small Business Cash Flow scheme, Inland Revenue's guidance on the sharing economy. And a reminder about the rules around employees claiming home office expenditure
25th May 20, 11:07am
23rd May 20, 5:56pm
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Rebecca Caroe tries to imagine how business marketing will be different post COVID-19. Understanding how clients will respond in the 'new normal' should give some companies a head start
Rebecca Caroe tries to imagine how business marketing will be different post COVID-19. Understanding how clients will respond in the 'new normal' should give some companies a head start
23rd May 20, 5:56pm
22nd May 20, 1:40pm
The Government's IRD administered Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme has lent more than $824 mln to more than 47,000 SMEs so far
The Government's IRD administered Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme has lent more than $824 mln to more than 47,000 SMEs so far
22nd May 20, 1:40pm
20th May 20, 10:30am
Manaaki co-founder Andy Hamilton highlights areas where SMEs could use assistance during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond
Manaaki co-founder Andy Hamilton highlights areas where SMEs could use assistance during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond
20th May 20, 10:30am
16th May 20, 10:55am
Terry Baucher is surprised the Government is expecting more from key agencies but gives them no new resources. He finds other puzzling policy disconnects too
Terry Baucher is surprised the Government is expecting more from key agencies but gives them no new resources. He finds other puzzling policy disconnects too
16th May 20, 10:55am
14th May 20, 12:03pm
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Massey's Christoph Schumacher asks: Is now the time to re-examine our attitude towards sharing?
Massey's Christoph Schumacher asks: Is now the time to re-examine our attitude towards sharing?
14th May 20, 12:03pm
14th May 20, 8:32am
RBNZ says banks haven't been lending heaps partly because some businesses don't want more debt... yet; Meanwhile Grant Robertson eyes new ways to support medium-sized businesses as small businesses pile in for interest free loans from the IRD
RBNZ says banks haven't been lending heaps partly because some businesses don't want more debt... yet; Meanwhile Grant Robertson eyes new ways to support medium-sized businesses as small businesses pile in for interest free loans from the IRD
14th May 20, 8:32am
13th May 20, 11:50am
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The Productivity Commission's Jo Smith says increasing the productivity of Māori firms presents an opportunity for supporting the wellbeing of Māori, and all New Zealanders
The Productivity Commission's Jo Smith says increasing the productivity of Māori firms presents an opportunity for supporting the wellbeing of Māori, and all New Zealanders
13th May 20, 11:50am
12th May 20, 8:06am
Management consultancy McKinsey & Co says the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed unexpected flaws in banks' business models which they must urgently address
Management consultancy McKinsey & Co says the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed unexpected flaws in banks' business models which they must urgently address
12th May 20, 8:06am
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11th May 20, 4:21pm
NZ to move to Level 2 on Thursday; businesses can re-open; social gatherings limited to 10 people and restricted to 2 hours per venue in most cases
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NZ to move to Level 2 on Thursday; businesses can re-open; social gatherings limited to 10 people and restricted to 2 hours per venue in most cases
11th May 20, 4:21pm
11th May 20, 10:58am
Statistics New Zealand says the impact of the lockdown saw each New Zealander on average spending about $520 less in April than they did in March
Statistics New Zealand says the impact of the lockdown saw each New Zealander on average spending about $520 less in April than they did in March
11th May 20, 10:58am
11th May 20, 9:28am
Z cancels final dividend for year after reporting $88 million after-tax loss; has attained some 'covenant relief' from lenders; aims to reduce costs by up to $96 mln this year
Z cancels final dividend for year after reporting $88 million after-tax loss; has attained some 'covenant relief' from lenders; aims to reduce costs by up to $96 mln this year
11th May 20, 9:28am
11th May 20, 7:35am
Terry Baucher with Inland Revenue on how FBT applies during the lockdown; Is the wage subsidy scheme available for landlords? And a look ahead to the Budget
Terry Baucher with Inland Revenue on how FBT applies during the lockdown; Is the wage subsidy scheme available for landlords? And a look ahead to the Budget
11th May 20, 7:35am
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7th May 20, 1:45pm
PM: A move to Level 2 could be phased in; Gatherings limited to 100 people; Domestic travel allowed; Retail, hospitality and beauty businesses can open under restrictions
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PM: A move to Level 2 could be phased in; Gatherings limited to 100 people; Domestic travel allowed; Retail, hospitality and beauty businesses can open under restrictions
7th May 20, 1:45pm

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