When it comes to understanding artificial intelligence, is science fiction just a pesky distraction from the real dangers out there? Microsoft's authority on all things AI seems to think so, reports Jihee Junn.
Priced out of the housing market? Don't lose heart. In the second part of a series on alternatives to property investment for 'Generation Rent', Jenee Tibshraeny explains the benefits of passive investment and offers a comprehensive guide to the available options.
Incubators, accelerators, grants, tax credits – there are a dizzying array of subsidies available for business. But we could make it all simpler and more effective both for government and industry, says technology investor Rowan Simpson.
Cloud accounting technology company Xero just announced two things: a very positive half-year financial result, and that it is exiting the New Zealand stock exchange. Rebecca Stevenson considers what this means for our investment landscape.
They're helping Mexican farmers grow coffee, but The Lucy Foundation's next step is to give disabled Kiwis employment chances. Maria Slade caught up with founder Robbie Francis to find out how she is building a operating model with inclusiveness at its core.
Imagine having money or assets and not having to pay tax on them! Sounds like a dream right? But for the super wealthy, it can be very real. Rebecca Stevenson takes a dive into the muddy waters of offshore trusts.
Luxury brand Lonely is launching its first-ever maternity range. Its co-founder Helene Morris talks to Jihee Junn about how and why it's catering to mothers (as well as busting a couple of bra-based myths in the process).