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A high-ranking employee warned senior Volkswagen managers in May 2014 that US regulators might examine car engine software as part of an investigation into pollution levels.
First Union organisers are gearing up for a second day of picketing Foodstuffs supermarkets in Nelson.
The head of the European Central Bank's supervisory agency says Greek banks will not need further recapitalisation.
The US stock market has closed up by two percent, a more positive result after a rough week of losses.
UK shares rose on Friday (local time) as bank stocks and shares in commodities-related companies recovered following a slump in the previous session.
The Inland Revenue (IRD) has announced it will be working with New Zealand company Revera to design and supply the new tax and social policy system.
Petrol prices have been cut for the third time this week.
It is earnings season here and overseas - that is when companies announce how they have done in the past three or six months. But what investors are really focused on is what will happen next.
Italian prosecutors are investigating at least three managers at Google as part of a probe into the company's suspected evasion of taxes worth 227 million euros.
US stock indexes have plummeted in morning trade as investors spooked by the health of the global economy jettisoned stocks and fled to safe-haven assets.
Turbulence has torn through global markets as investors sought the safety of Japanese yen, gold and top-rated bonds while dumping US dollars on bets the Federal Reserve could be done with raising interest rates.
The new technology means when a vehicle of interest from a previous drive-off enters the petrol station, they can prevent another occurring by putting the pump on prepay.
A hugely successful New Zealand business magnate and the head of one of the country's richest families has died in the UK.
SkyCity Entertainment, New Zealand's only listed casino company, has posted a 30 percent gain in first-half profit, citing improvements across all its properties and lower funding costs.
Twitter Inc's said average monthly active users have stalled in the fourth quarter - the first flat quarter sequentially since the company listed in 2013.
Staff at Fairfax Media have been short-changed up to $900 after the firm outsourced its pay system to a company in India.
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