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NBR Radar: Peter Butler

Thu 30 Nov

Peter Butler runs New Zealands largest online retailer of health supliments from his purpose built dsitirubution center in Collingwood, Golden Bay. 

NBR Radar profile: Peter Butler

Mark Peterson is starting an overhaul of the NZX's core business (Photo: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

Not all ‘doom and gloom’ at NZX, chairman stresses

Tony Falkenstein fails in NZX directorship bid - “It’s damn tough to take on the establishment.”

Lakes Resort in Pauanui, the land in question

Pauanui Lakes golf club levies case tossed out by Supreme Court

Fri 30 Jun

Hartley Vincent wins long battle over attempts by golf club to enforce levies. 

Rear View: the best of NBR week ending June 30

Fri 30 Jun

A look back at the highlights of the news week. For links to the featured articles click on the headline above.

Gareth Morgan has donated $900,000 to his own party
Greentree founder Peter Dickinson says the key is shortcutting execution of good ideas

The pitch and the promise - startups strut their stuff

Eleven startups sought varying amounts from potential angel investors at Auckland Demo event.

A Maersk ship in port at Tauranga

Petya attack: Maersk partially recovers, taking pressure off ports of Auckland and Tauranga

PLUS: Petya revealed as a politically-motivated "wiper" rather than ransomware, with no chance of files being returned.

 Ruth Richardson’s 1991 “Mother of All Budgets” remained a favourite talking point for Helen Clark in 2008

Rethinking New Zealand: the changing economic backdrop

Fri 30 Jun 1

From debt to diversification, people need to rethink their presumptions about how the New Zealand economy works.

The finding Mark Warminger manipulated the market has had a major impact on him

Court orders $400,000 penalty against Mark Warminger

Market manipulation offences ‘serious’ says judge, but mitigating factors reduce the penalty.  

Rangitoto College old boy Rich Chetwynd said ThisData had millions of users, including free trialists.

NZ security startup in asset sale to US outfit

More IP goes offshore. Staff laid off before sale.

Blackhawk Technology chairman Keith Oliver is quietly bullish about the company's international prospects

Blackhawk spreads its wings offshore

Fri 30 Jun 1

Auckland-based technology company in midst of $5 million capital raise to fund its push into Australia and North America. Includes video interview.

Future Mobility Solutions chairman Eric Series told shareholders it would seek their approval for de-listing "in due course"

Future Mobility Solutions planning to de-list from NZX, move overseas

Fri 30 Jun

FMS has previously discussed plans to seek a listing on an overseas market.

Maryanne Green has ceased to be a shareholder in two family investment companies

Hugh Green exits second listed asset with Turners sale; Maryanne Green leaves family firms

Fri 30 Jun 3

While the participants didn't comment, the shareholding changes and asset sales may be part of a settlement.

GeoOp chief executive Anna Cicognani says the company will remain a taxpaying New Zealand company after the ASX listing
Construction division head of finance Philip King stresses he's leaving for "entirely personal" reasons
Scandals in their own leaderships mean National and Labour MPs may be more willing to consider Winston Peters as prime minister
Peter Thiel with US president Donald Trump (Getty)
Trade Minister Todd McClay has described PACER Plus as a“landmark” trade and development agreement
Bill English with then-prime minister John Key and Clutha-Southland candidate Todd Barclay during the 2014 election campaign
Callaghan Innovation chief executive Vic Crone says many of the grants are given to further R&D
Fuji Xerox managing director Gavin Pollard