Sky Network Television yesterday released a sports fans pass,
giving unbundled access to some of its key sports - Super
Rugby, NRL and Formula 1.
Mighty River Power says all community services card holders
will be eligible for cut-price electricity rates through its
high-tech Globug pre-pay services.
The robust domestic economy is supporting increases in
employment but it is also encouraging people to look for
work, limiting the fall in the unemployment rate.
Xero continues to build its sales and presence in global
markets as it seeks to become the recognised global provider
of online accounting solutions for small businesses and
Cadbury Confectionery is reducing the size of its family
block as the chocolate maker battles higher manufacturing
A moderate level of growth is expected from the 49 companies
due to start reporting their financial results next week,
Forsyth Barr broker Peter Young says.
Apple delivered an exceptionally strong result for its
December quarter as sales of its bigger screened iPhone 6 and
iPhone 6 plus drove record revenue and earnings.
Home affordability is heading for uncharted territory with
Auckland topping the list of least affordable regions,
followed closely by the Central Otago-Lakes district.
The New Zealand Superannuation Fund has had a stellar three
years but chief executive Adrian Orr warns the high returns
were the exception rather than the rule.
Monthly net migration to New Zealand was slower than expected
in December but Westpac senior economist Felix Delbruck is
relaxed about the figures.
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