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New mathematical model could stop future financial crashes

It is widely accepted that the Global Financial Crisis in 2007 was the result of abuse of the financial markets, but could it all have been avoided by with an adjustment to a 20-year-old economic model?

Gemco working on Hawke's Bay Opera House

Gemco Construction has been announced today as the successful tenderer for the earthquake strengthening of the Hawke’s Bay Opera House.

Transformation delivers results despite quake - KiwiRail

The Kaikoura earthquake and lower bulk milk volumes have impacted KiwiRail’s half yearly result but Chief Executive Peter Reidy says he is pleased that despite these challenges, the State Owned Enterprise has still achieved its commitment to Government with an underlying operating surplus of $2

International Energy Agency backs retailers on technologies stance

The stance by electricity retailers that the line between the monopoly and competitive parts of the sector must be carefully managed has been shown to be entirely consistent with the OECD’s International Energy Agency (IEA), says the Electricity Retailers’ Association of New Zealand.

Countdown named NZ Direct Marketing Organisation of the Year

Countdown was awarded gold, silver and bronze at last night’s New Zealand Direct Marketing Awards for its myCountdown personalised email programme, as well as taking out the coveted Keith Norris - Direct Marketing Organisation of the Year award.

Trans-Tasman patent attorney regulatory regime in effect

The trans-Tasman patent attorney regime, a system for joint regulation of patent attorneys in Australia and New Zealand, is now in effect, helping to create a seamless trans-Tasman business environment.

Rethink on US fiscal stimulus indicates a cautious end to a cautious week

By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)

International markets adjusted to more moderate expectations on the timing of US fiscal stimulus overnight. Local markets look likely to follow suit with a cautious opening driven by lower base metal prices.

Employment forecast to grow by 48,000 workers per annum to 2025

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has today released the report Medium to Long-Term Employment Outlook: Looking Ahead to 2025.

High-strength beer available doubles in five years

In 2016, 17 percent more high-strength beer was available than in 2015, Statistics New Zealand said today. The rise follows a 38 percent increase in 2015.

Crowe Horwath Nelson appoints new Associate Principal

The Nelson Tasman region’s largest business advisory and accountancy firm Crowe Horwath has appointed Justine Kennard to Associate Principal. Justine was promoted from the role of Senior Client Manager.

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