Icebreaker has been sold to US-based footwear and apparel retailer VF Corporation, which also owns the likes of Timberland, Vans, Wrangler, Lee Jeans, and The North Face. We're republishing this story about Icebreaker founder Jeremy Moon and chairperson Rob Fyfe's vision of a $1 billion brand.
... the climate cliff, the fat lady singing - aka the money we've invested in fossil fuels we haven't dug up and burned yet.
Scott Dixon, Hamish Carter and Sir Ben Ainslie are just three of the names endorsing SOS Rehydrate, an atheletic rehydration system that's as effective as an IV drip.
Wool media is a game changer – and Texus Fibre is playing for keeps.
Water Buddies gets innovative to build a 'cool factor' with kids.
Tim Brown always wanted to make a shoe from wool. Now that dream has been kickstarted firmly into the real world.
Like domino theory, we've fallen down in the wake of the open plan office, embracing what we've come to believe is progress and equality.
The Inspired Jewellery Group's future looks bright now that China's calling.
Brothers Jake and Patrick Morris of Boskke first denied the naysayers by growing plants upside down. Now the designers are once again deconstructing the traditional flower pot.
Keeping tight control on the family business has been key for the Wiley family, owners of top Auckland eatery Miss Clawdy.
how to focus better at work - and get focus in your life
Book review: Peter McLeavey - the life and times of a New Zealand art dealer
Gaps in skill and motivation can be tricky to solve.
If you're 10 years ahead of the market you're a philosopher, two years ahead you're a visionary, but if you're six months ahead you're a millionaire.
Book review: Terms & Conditions
Book review: Dot Complicated
Book review: Lead With Wisdom
Seen from the outside, the internet is a nasty, brutish place where savage people say terrible things to each other. But that's always been the view of colonists.
Are startup accelerators worth it? It's possible there's too much startup icing and not enough cake.
There's nothing like a few prickles in the foot to force a rethink in the mind
How TradeMe, New Zealand's biggest website is (still) winning the internet.
How do I deal with massive discounting from competitors?
Ain't no party like a political party (said no-one, ever).
From bas bosses to brothels, we saw it all this month online. Seriously.
It's important to understand and follow local customs.
By the time you read this, a single Bitcoin could either be worth $1,000, or nothing.
Starting a political party to take revenge on a political enemy is a fundamentally flawed platform.
Idealog is 50 and still going strong.
50 issues of your favourite creativity/innovation/business magazine, by the numbers.