Businesses strap in: ‘You may have to make really tough decisions early on’

How can larger businesses beyond the reach of the government's aid package ride out the hard times that lie ahead?

How to make technology work for you when you’re working from home

Working from home isn’t feasible for everyone, but most offices should be able to handle it without too much disruption.

Complex challenge for waste management amid Covid-19 downturn

We're likely to see a big decrease in the amount of waste produced in New Zealand in the coming months.

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A world-leading business coach on what to do in the face of Covid-19

This week on Business is Boring, host Simon Pound talks to business coach Zac De Silva from Business Changing and Nurture Change.

Covid-19: What happens when touching people is part of your job?

Alex Casey talks to five women about how social distancing and Covid-19 is impacting contact-based industries, from sex work to beauty therapy.

Nine ways to make working from home easier in a Covid-19 world

Advice from a specialist in the psychology of disaster recovery and pandemics – who also works from home

How a global pandemic has impacted a single strip of Dominion Road

Tourism and hospitality industries on the Auckland street are buckling under the weight of the Covid-19 response

Crisis upon crisis: Covid-19 and the NZ media

What does the virus mean for an industry already in crisis?

The founder of a failed cannabis museum sounds a warning for similar startups

Cannabis legalisation could present a valuable opportunity for small businesses and startups looking to be part of a growing global industry. But will stigma around cannabis use stand in the way?

Some practical steps for workplaces in a Covid-19 world

Amid the maelstrom you can introduce some simple practical measures for health and infection control.

The inventor of a global dating app has some advice for the chronically single

Justin McLeod has invented Hinge twice: once for smartphones, and once more for romantics. He spoke to Josie Adams about why being open to change is the best path to true love.

Harsh, loud and full of conflict: The chaotic reality of the Australian media landscape

Nine, Newscorp and the intense aesthetics of the Aussie media.

Talking business success and sustainability with Chia Sisters

This week on Business is Boring, Simon Pound talks to Florence and Chloe Van Dyke from Chia Sisters.

Social distancing and supply shocks: Why Covid-19 is hammering the global economy

Kiwibank's chief economist looks back to SARS, and into the future, to help make sense of this once-in-a-generation economic storm.

A beginner’s guide to the Covid-19-triggered market turmoil

Financial markets around the world have been jumpy this week, with fears around the coronavirus putting them on edge.