Rural services company PGG Wrightson appears to be so
concerned about bad publicity in recent days that yesterday
it issued a clarification to business and rural editors
throughout New Zealand.
pick-up in world economic growth is flowing through to New
Zealand, but Treasury warns the composition of this country's
growth raises questions about sustainability.
New Zealand's only listed pharmacy, Life Pharmacy, is about
to get substantially larger after its takeover offer for
Pharmacybrands Ltd went unconditional yesterday.
The workplace and
job security have become the focus of surveys in recent
weeks. Business Editor Dene Mackenzie review the findings
from the latest two.
The Reserve Bank is expected to move towards a more neutral
stance but with cautious tones when it releases its official
cash rate decision on Thursday morning.
Internet auction house eBay has sold a majority stake in its
online phone unit, Skype, for $US1.9 billion ($NZ2.8 billion)
to private investors.
The new HP Mini 110 is a small notebook by any bloke's
standards. However, looks are deceiving.
Blu-ray, also known as Blu-ray Disc (BD) is the name of a
next-generation optical disc format.
The University of Otago's executive education programmes will
get an airing on an international stage next week when
executive programmes director Ian Lafferty speaks at a
conference in Singapore.
It will not be long before evidence emerges as to whether,
with the onset of spring, improved vendor price expectations
will lead to a flood of properties hitting the market, BNZ
chief economist Tony Alexander says.
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