Acquisitions, economic growth drive sales at Beijing Capital's Waste Management NZ

Jonathan Underhill
Wed, 12 Jul 2017

By Jonathan Underhill July 12 (BusinessDesk) - Waste Management, New Zealand's biggest waste collection and recycling company, lifted sales by 2.3 percent in 2016 through a combination of acquisitions and increased demand and says it is enjoying another year of growth. Sales rose to $455 million in calendar 2016 from $444.8 million a year earlier, the Auckland-based company's annual accounts show. Profit fell to $11.5 million from $13.9 million as financing costs rose and the company spent more on wages, vehicle and plant operations. B...
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise as optimism over covid drug buoys Asia
Dan Brunskill | Mon, 13 Jul 2020

New Zealand shares joined a rally across Asia, as upbeat investor sentiment spilled over from Wall Street's close on Friday on optimism over a late-stage trial for a hopeful covid-19 treatment.  Th...

Law & Regulation
SFO probes Labour Party on donations
Victoria Young | Mon, 13 Jul 2020

The Serious Fraud Office has confirmed a fifth investigation into electoral funding, stating today it is looking into donations to the Labour Party.The agency said the probe relates to donations made...

NZ dollar little changed as global shares defy worsening covid news
Jenny Ruth | Mon, 13 Jul 2020

The New Zealand dollar was little changed as traders awaited further trend-setting information and as rising share markets were offset by Florida reporting a US record for new covid infections. The...

The role of private equity in the wake of COVID-19

As local covid-19 restrictions ease, a new business cycle is beginning in New Zealand.