Dene Mackenzie

Mango means business

Mango means business

With the rush of Android phones on to the market to counter the iPhones, Windows phones seem to have been overlooked.

Smart printing technology seamlessly connects

The new HP Photosmart ePrinter took this writer by surprise. The technology was so smart it was hard to take it all in.

Technology makes suppression near redundant

Once again social media have been used to highlight how irrelevant many of the privacy laws around the world have become.

Tower still eyeing AMI

Tower still eyeing AMI

Tower Ltd remained in a sound financial position despite two major earthquakes in the past six months, group managing director Rob Flannagan said yesterday.

Australia arrears warning for NZ

Australia arrears warning for NZ

New Zealanders should take some warning from data out that showed Australian mortgage arrears had reached a new high, Craigs Investment Partners broker Chris Timms said.

Tourism Holdings directors not keen on offer

Tourism Holdings Ltd directors will talk to Ballylinch to see if the company will increase its takeover offer, THL chairman Keith Smith says.

Appliances shares soar on result

Fisher & Paykel Appliances shares soared in value on news yesterday the company had beaten its own profit forecasts and those provided earlier by analysts.

Whitcoulls, Borders purchase saves 900 jobs

Whitcoulls, Borders purchase saves 900 jobs

The Whitcoulls and Borders New Zealand businesses have been sold to Project Mark Ltd, a New Zealand company controlled by the rich-list Norman family.

Green Party policy aired in Dunedin

Green Party policy aired in Dunedin

Green Party business policies received close attention yesterday in the first of the Otago Chamber of Commerce's political leader series.

Company chief declares interest in staying on

Company chief declares interest in staying on

Telecom managing director Paul Reynolds has no plans to leave the company or New Zealand despite this week pulling off one of the most profound changes of any global telecommunications companies.