Business and economy
Stars plus warnings for healthier food choices
16 December 2019
A compulsory health warning, health star rating, or both on packaged food would make it easier for us to eat better and nurture our own and our families’ health, experts say.
Follow Australia on water rules
12 December 2019
Opinion: NZ should look to Australia’s nationwide system of water accounting rather than leave it to the regions, writes Jayne Godfrey and Jagdeep Singh-Ladhar.
My story: award-winning tertiary educator Andrew Eberhard
29 November 2019
Andrew Eberhard answers a few questions about the secrets to his teaching success.
7 tips ... to rethink your strategy
28 November 2019
Professor Suvi Nenonen has seven tips for devising better strategies in business that can translate well into everyday life.
The future of food
25 November 2019
Gilbert Wong looks at the forces shaping the future of food and how the University’s research is contributing to what’s likely to be on our plates in 2030.
Business Masters celebrates ‘5 Years, 10 Cohorts’
14 November 2019
With an alumni network now reaching over 1,000 graduates, the Business Masters programmes gathered to celebrate their success.
Susan St John: The real problem in Peters’ case
13 November 2019
Opinion: Winston Peters’ case highlights the absurd reality of the state “peering into people’s bedrooms” to save money on NZ Super, claims Susan St John.
Renowned environmentalist brings a challenging and inspiring message to the Business School
4 November 2019
A visit to the Business School from a famed British environmentalist calls for a note of optimism in the face of climate concerns.
Student success greatest reward for top teacher
1 November 2019
New Zealand’s top teacher, Andrew Eberhard, can be found at the University of Auckland Business School.
Long road ahead for ‘Mānuka Honey’ trade mark
30 October 2019
Opinion: NZ honey producers are fighting to gain exclusive use of the term ‘Mānuka honey’ in their lucrative overseas markets. Rob Batty explains their difficult road to trade mark certification.
‘Super baby’ mussel nursery wins Velocity Challenge
30 October 2019
A business start-up with plans to improve the shellfish industry by cultivating mussel ‘super babies’ has been named the overall winner at the 2019 Velocity $100k Challenge.
Major funding boost for data science
29 October 2019
The University of Auckland has been awarded $10 million in funding for data science research from the Government’s Strategic Science Investment Fund.