An invitation to Microsoft's Tech.Ed 2011 in Auckland was too
good to turn down.
Telecom yesterday followed the lead of past governments by
releasing big news at the start of a major event, almost
ensuring it will go unnoticed by the majority of
still have the opportunity to sizzle some sausages within the
clean zones around Rugby World Cup venues, Dunedin lawyer
Sally Peart says.
The once troubled Hellaby Holdings is proving itself one
of the darlings of the NZX since John Williamson took over as
chief executive. Any suggestion that he might leave now the
company is profitable were unfounded.
The start of the Rugby World Cup today was a chance to
display Dunedin's IT talent to the world, Animation Research
Ltd director Ian Taylor said yesterday.
United States President Barack Obama is this morning expected
to announce a major jobs package, which at best is seen as a
short-term stimulus to ailing financial markets.
The New Zealand and
Australian company reporting season was marked by many
companies being "gun-shy" about providing earnings guidance
because of uncertainties at home and in offshore markets.
Credit Union South has reported another solid financial
result in what chief executive Andrew Leys describes as
continuing difficult trading conditions.
about business confidence were released yesterday as
speculation continued as to whether or not the United States
economy was headed for another recession.
Many years ago, too many to reveal here, I purchased a
smart-looking radio which had a dual tapedeck.
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