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Harvey Norman execs take pay cut, cancel dividend as crisis worsens

Executive team to take 20 per cent pay cut for the next three months.

How to boost your internet speed when everyone is working from home

While you can try to fix issues and optimise the setup inside your home, unfortunately you can’t really influence network performance outside of it.

New Zealand dollar dips

Kiwi dollar has fallen overnight.

Kathmandu completes first stage of capital-raising without Briscoe Group

Outdoor retailer raises $154 million from institutional investors.

Shop it Forward concept helps small businesses survive during COVID-19 lockdown

Kiwis being asked to buy now, receive later, to keep SMBs afloat.

Retailers shrink ranges to offer essentials through lockdown

Firewood, safety gear and plumbing equipment to be made available.

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Spending through Paymark drops 72 per cent on the first day of lockdown

Pre-spending splurge not enough to offset losses due to coronavirus.

Kathmandu announces capital-raising

Outdoor brand looking to raise $207 million after 40 per cent first-half profit drop.

Flattening another coronavirus curve: The cash-flow gap

When sales dry up, costs don’t tend to follow suit.

Supermarkets to stay open on Easter Sunday

Government loosens normal trading restrictions in light of lockdown.

NZ dollar falls slightly

Kiwi falls slightly against the greenback.

NZ supermarkets lift wages during coronavirus outbreak

Countdown, Foodstuffs offer pay raise to those working through lockdown.