Telecom chairman Wayne Boyd earlier this week gave his
commitment to staying with the telecommunications company as
it goes through some tough times.
A prolonged "stoush"
between Allied Farmers and Hanover Finance looks likely after
Allied yesterday refused to pay the $5 million that was part
of the agreement between the companies.
Consumers do not have much to look forward to tomorrow as a
string of price and levy increases are brought in by the
The prospect of higher interest rates appears to have hit the
demand for new housing, which has continued to slow in recent
St Laurence investors would receive between 15c and 22c in
the dollar in the next 18 months, receivers said yesterday.
Shareholder's are expected to support tomorrow's vote on the
third stage of Fonterra's capital restructuring and allow the
trading of shares between shareholders.
Google is great. Really? Latest data out of France appears to
contradict the popular view that Google is a good influence
on the internet.
South Island retailer Smiths City yesterday reported a
significant turnaround in fortunes with its reported profit
rising nearly 62% to $1.64 million in the year ended April.
New Zealand workers are increasingly looking for new jobs as
the recovery takes hold, but their bosses seem unaware of the
workplace unrest, Adrian Goldsmith, from Leadership
Management Australasia, says.
Small and large businesses getting ready to change to the
new rate of GST on October 1 are already raising issues with
a panel of specialists appointed to consider issues and solve
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