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ON THE MONEY: Adrian Orr, Craigs, Air NZ and more

Victoria Young
Fri, 03 Jul 2020

Victoria Young
Fri, 03 Jul 2020
Welcome to On the Money, BusinessDesk’s weekly column on money and the people making it. (Air NZ chief executive Greg Foran pictured above)Craigs buys back the farmThere were numerous smiling faces on Shortland Street this week after CIP Holdings, which is mainly owned by Craigs staff, raised its stake in Craigs Investment Partners from 50.1 percent to 100 percent. This completed the transaction, first announced in December 2019, in which Deutsche Bank sold its 49.9 percent stake back to the private wealth firm.The smiles this week replac...

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