NZME has a huge presence on the Kiwi media landscape, but it has been written off because of slumping profits. Is it about to make a dramatic comeback?
Don’t just follow the news on the global economy — get an inside peek into what’s happening in developed and emerging economies around the world, and what it could mean for your investments — right here.
Studies show the most probable way to achieve early retirement: you should start, get involved with, or buy into a business that has a profitable niche.
Is Donald Trump about to declare victory in the trade war? Don’t be too happy about it. We haven’t seen any benefit to the economy just yet.
The Berlin Wall was designed to cut the East off from the West. It was a disaster. Here’s why it all went wrong for the communists.
In an unexpected move, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand has kept the OCR interest rate fixed at 1%. What does this mean for the Kiwi economy?
Thomas Jefferson believed that the secret to American happiness was non-interference in the affairs of others. How are we faring so far?
The Japanese conglomerate SoftBank has run into serious turbulence. Here’s why this issue is just a prelude of something much worse.
America won’t be the first nation ruined by a corrupt elite, runaway spending, and a too-powerful military. The formula is classic.
How you feel about Universal Basic Income largely comes down to where you happen to sit on the political spectrum — liberal or conservative.
Want to form a lasting bond with people? Talk to them about their health, their kids or their wealth. This is the opening you need.
Don’t forget the world is a big place. There could be better opportunities for you out there. Investing globally instead of just locally is a good idea.
Everybody loves an economic expansion. Probably none more so than Trump. But is he actually overreaching by taking credit for it?
Right now, I smell the start of another potential revolution. Millennials are looking for new, innovative ways to solve their housing crisis.
A central banker should be passive…unnoticeable…and immovable, like a rock…dumb and reliable. But the European Central Bank is breaking all these rules.