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NZ dollar heads for 4.2% decline in 2014, reflecting weaker dairy prices, stronger greenback
It may gain next year as the local economy outperforms its peers.
NZ dairy herd rises to record 6.7M as sheep flock falls to 29.6M
The nation's dairy herd rose 4 percent in the latest year, extending the long-term trend that has seen milk become the dominant farm product.
Comvita shareholders exercise 5.6M of 6.9M rights on offer, triggering shortfall bookbuild
The Te Puke-based maker of health products based on manuka honey aimed to raise $24.4 million in the offer at $3.55 apiece.
High Court turns down Kuwait Finance House claim over Canterbury funding
The Kuwaiti firm asked the court to uphold a ruling in the Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution against Berkeley, California-based David Teece.
NZ dollar heads for 0.9% fall as US jobs report looms
The kiwi fell to 77.78 US cents at 5pm in Wellington from 78.49 cents on Friday in New York last week.
Kiwi startup company takes the hassle out of headhunting
As tried and tested recruitment platforms from across the ditch try to break into the New Zealand
Rapoo sponsors League of Legends world championship team to promote pro gaming gear
On 19 October, the grand final contest of the 2014 League of Legends Championship Series was held in Seoul World Cup Stadium, Korea.
Abano agrees to sell orthotics business, taking 'small loss' against 2015 results
The Orthotic Centre was sold at book value, in line with a recent Grant Samuel valuation.
NZ dollar heads for 0.4% decline as greenback strengthens on yen
The kiwi slid to 78.81 US cents at 5pm from 79.15 cents at 8am on Monday. The trade-weighted index edged lower to 78.29 from 78.38 on Monday.
Fortinet, Ingram Micro bulk up Kiwi resources ready for NSE launch
Ingram Micro has bulked up its Fortinet accreditation – and in-house resources – in preparation for the launch of the vendor’s Network Security Expert certification.
ASB trims milk price forecast by 40c in wake of GDT prices hitting lowest level in five years
The GDT average winning price slid 3.1 percent to US$2,561 overnight, the lowest level since August 2009.
Avoiding the VM zombies
Many organisations believe virtual machine (VM) sprawl isn't an issue for their infrastructure, but the dynamic nature of virtualisation can create an army of walking dead VM’s.
Polaroid-style prints for iPhone and Android in the works
No WiFi, no Bluetooth. Users simply have to plug the device into their smartphone, snap a picture, and then print instantly; "any time, anywhere".
NZ guest nights jump to a record in September on rise in international travellers
International guests nights rebounded 2.1 percent to a seasonally adjusted 1.145 million in September.
Who is Pure Storage and what makes them unique?
Pure Storage is part of a new breed of enterprise storage vendors. It is focused on innovation and specialise in flash storage systems for enterprise organisations.
Boost for resellers with Plan B’s ‘pay as you grow’ NZ Cloud Backup
Westcon Imagine 2014 - In processing over 100,000 backup jobs to the cloud every day, Plan B shines bright as one of New Zealand’s leading backup and business continuity specialists.
Let people know you're safe with Facebook's Safety Check
Many people turn to the internet and social media to check if their friends and loved ones are safe
You can now register a .nz domain
Shorter, simpler, more representative names directly at .nz can now be registered.
Tait Communications hires new CEO
Garry Diack has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of leading New Zealand exporter and critical communications company Tait Communications.
Defiant PM fights back… Dotcom trying to save “reasonably large” butt
"If this loser's going to come to town and try and tell me five days before an election... he's doing anything other than Dotcom's bidding, please don't insult me with that."
Dotcom: “We’ll close one of the Five Eyes…”
Met with rapturous applause from a jam-packed Auckland Town Hall, Kim Dotcom’s ‘Moment of Truth’ event last night has sent shockwaves across the country.
TechEd LIVE: “Welcome to the first world of computing, NZ”
Dressed in the colours of the country’s most successful team, the All Blacks, Microsoft Technical Evangelist James Whittaker sat in awe of New Zealand.
Mobile privacy and the cross-device conundrum...
Most mobile apps ask us kindly to agree to all kinds of data sharing up front. We do, assuming the app won’t work if we don’t (it will).
Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 arrives in NZ...
"Microsoft’s vision is that Surface Pro 3 is the tablet that can replace your laptop — packing all the performance and utility of a fully powered laptop into a thin, light and beautifully designed tablet."