Susan St John: Let’s get the policies right this time
2 April 2020
Opinion: When we rethink our economy and how we support citizens, we must end the 19th Century bias against those in relationships, writes Susan St John.
Covid-19: A catch-22 for our most vulnerable
29 March 2020
Opinion: The government has responded to Covid-19 with a rescue package for business, writes Susan St John. The same must be done to help low income children.
Does Covid-19 justify the suspension of privacy?
26 March 2020
Opinion: Surveillance on an unprecedented scale may be justified but must end when no longer needed says Associate Professor Gehan Gunasekara.
What type of business will survive Covid-19?
21 March 2020
Opinion: Mike Lee analyses the impact of Covid-19 on different types of business, and how they will fare in future pandemic-related crises.
Student creates start-up while recovering from car crash
16 March 2020
Annabelle Collins reckons a car accident on Auckland’s northern motorway was one of the best things that ever happened to her.
Accounting’s future looks bright
16 March 2020
You may have heard a rumour that accountants are being replaced by robots, but a recent event at the University of Auckland business school shows that the present and future of accounting is very bright.
Beware: Unelected bureaucrats are stealing our democracy
6 March 2020
Opinion: Professor Robert MacCulloch discusses the issues with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's assertion that it needs to bolster its social license to operate.
Research shows board directors hampered by compliance issues
4 March 2020
Should board directors contribute to strategy and leadership? Research from the University of Auckland Business School indicates that directors want to, but feel hampered by compliance issues.
Business School student excels at ModelOff
3 March 2020
Amaan Merchant, who has just completed his BCom/BSC in Finance, Mathematics and Statistics, won the Under 25 category at the recent ModelOff 2019 Financial Modelling World Championship in London.
One month to turn good ideas into business ventures
2 March 2020
A four-week challenge to create a new business has kept student entrepreneurs at the University of Auckland busy over February, with social good taking centre-stage.
How NZ businesses will weather coronavirus
26 February 2020
Opinion: Coronavirus is creating economic uncertainty but NZ businesses have two strengths to help them through, empathy and the NZ brand, writes Antje Fiedler.
The NZ Super Fund’s ‘magical’ thinking
25 February 2020
Opinion: Underfunding investment in the young has created budget surplus to be siphoned into NZ Super. The impact on many families is serious, writes Susan St John.