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Video Ezy joins streaming race

'The movie people' now part of growing online streaming market in New Zealand.

Time right for APN listing

apn 5:00am Publisher APN News & Media has picked a good time to consider listing its New Zealand subsidiary, a fund manager says.

Startup takes on IT giants

Jason Gleason 5:00am NZ data management startup Eight Wire officially launches in the US where it'll take on industry big boys.

Mall owner may float or sell

Man in a shopping mall 5:00am Kiwi retail assets are attracting global attention, increasing the likelihood that Scentre Group will either sell or float a half share in its NZ malls.

Port board supports takeover

Lyttelton Port 5:00am Lyttelton Port of Christchurch board unanimously recommends shareholders accept a $3.95 a share takeover offer from Christchurch City Holdings.

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ASX200 5,625.900 arrow 1.500 0.00%
DOW 17,098.450 arrow 18.900 0.10%
NASDAQ 4,580.270 arrow 22.600 0.50%
FTSE 6,819.750 arrow 14.000 0.20%
NIKKEI 15,424.590 arrow -35.300 -0.20%
H-SENG 24,742.060 arrow 1.100 0.00%

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PPP 0.060 arrow -0.019 -24.05%
ALF 0.079 arrow 0.014 21.54%
WDT 0.090 arrow -0.020 -18.18%
NWF 0.050 arrow -0.006 -10.71%
NTL 0.010 arrow -0.001 -9.09%
GFL 0.023 arrow -0.002 -8.00%
RAK 0.280 arrow -0.020 -6.67%

Price as at 6:36 pm, 1 Sep

Indices Top Movers Currencies
RATE
Australian Dollar 0.898
Euro 0.638
British Pound 0.504
Hong Kong Dollar 6.500
Japanese Yen 87.370
Singapore Dollar 1.048
US Dollar 0.839

Price as at 8:50 pm, 1 Sep

Port board supports takeover

Lyttelton Port Lyttelton Port of Christchurch board unanimously recommends shareholders accept a $3.95 a share takeover offer from Christchurch City Holdings.

Mall owner may float or sell

Kiwi retail assets are attracting global attention, increasing the likelihood that Scentre Group will either sell or float a half share in its NZ malls.

Online engagement essential to B2B success

Time right for APN listing

Beware of money leaks

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The Paleo guide to budgeting

I doubt our Palaeolithic forbears gave much thought to saving for a comfortable retirement.

Going underground the DIY way

MP's financial goals are simple

Watch your giga-costs

The internet is awesome but online escapism can be an unnoticed drain on your finances.

Skiing addict sells up after 38 years

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Small business ups and downs

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Grand expansion plans

New woes for 'worst' karaoke bar

Best foot forward for Minx

Wellington company Minx uses NZ's position in the fashion world to break into the Canadian market.

Aussie watchdog sues Valve

Consumer watchdog claims games distributor misled users about rights and refused refunds.

Can Qantas boss Alan Joyce survive?

The latest speculation is that Joyce is preparing for his exit next year, on his terms.

Good news for US economy

JPMorgan probes possible cyber attack

Buffet's tick of approval

Warren Buffett's afterlife plans, revealed in a letter to his investors earlier, underline a sea change afoot in the investment industry.

Doing what the boss says

Peter Cullen Branding that we see every day in banks, food chains and the like means that staff conformity is likely to be required.

Forex dealing remains 'dark art' in NZ

Wellington was party town in the heyday of Rogernomics in the mid to late 1980s.

Distractions from NZ Inc's real digital meat

Capital Gains Tax: Dealing with long-term assets

Parties poles apart on economy

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Meet the mentor: Geoff Ross

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Building a bigger wage slip

Some jobs in the construction industry in Christchurch are winning salary increases of up to 15 per cent.

Cutting business failure

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Is it OK to steal at work?

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WOINZ 2014 finalists: Board and Management

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Foreign land sales hotly debated

Lochinver Station near Taupo Farm ownership stirred birthright rhetoric from David Cunliffe but gave John Key some strong moments in last night's debate.

Fears about China's economy

Growth in China's vast factory sector slowed and conditions look uncreasingly unsteady.

Heinz in China food scare

Chinese investors to help rebuild

Baby steps on road to China

Infant formula manufacturers are still battling to register with Chinese authorities in order to start exports.

Farming app up for award

Dairy app A Manawatu-made app could see farmers checking their herds without leaving home.

An extra week to end it all?

Louise Giltrap takes a look at a couple of pieces of legislation governing employees' housing and suggests an improvement.

Cuts destroy team

'Appalling behaviour'

Red devons catching on

Red devons may not be well-known in New Zealand but they have a well-deserved big reputation overseas.

Forming functional leadership teams

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CEOs Uncovered: Mark Binns

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Does NZ need a Tech Commissioner?

Manuka drink finds sweet success in Asia

The power of the brand

Clever rebranding has helped entrepreneur Andrew Brodie transform at least two distressed food businesses.

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Australian Dollar 0.898
Euro 0.638
British Pound 0.504
Hong Kong Dollar 6.500
Japanese Yen 87.370
Singapore Dollar 1.048
US Dollar 0.839

Prices as at 8:50 pm, 1 Sep