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Verizon pushes further into sports streaming with NBA deal

NEW YORK (AP) — Yahoo users will be able to stream some basketball games for free under a new deal with the NBA.Verizon, which owns Yahoo, is hoping to use sports to build a digital ad business to rival Facebook and Google. The...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - Business | 18 Jan 2018 | 9:35 am(NZT)

US withholds hurricane emergency loan sought by Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Federal officials have temporarily held back a nearly $5 billion emergency loan sought by Puerto Rico to deal with the effects of Hurricane Maria.The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency and the...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - Business | 18 Jan 2018 | 9:15 am(NZT)

Senators grill social media companies over terrorist posts

NEW YORK (AP) — Lawmakers grilled executives Facebook, Google's YouTube and Twitter on Wednesday about what the companies are doing to prevent terrorists from using their platforms to spread propaganda and recruit new followers.The...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - Business | 18 Jan 2018 | 9:10 am(NZT)

Low financial returns have New Zealand's crossbred wool industry in a crisis

Low financial returns have pitched the New Zealand crossbred wool industry into a crisis, a leading grower says.Sales of merino wool were doing fine, but these represented less than 15 per cent of our national wool clip, with most...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - Business | 18 Jan 2018 | 9:00 am(NZT)

Trump claims credit for what is still mostly Obama's economy

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump relentlessly congratulates himself for the healthy state of the U.S. economy, with its steady growth, low unemployment, busier factories and confident consumers.But in the year since Trump's...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - Business | 18 Jan 2018 | 8:55 am(NZT)



Cattle disease: Three new cases found

Three new cases of the cattle disease mycoplasma bovis have been found in the South Island.

Source: Radio New Zealand Business Headlines | 18 Jan 2018 | 7:51 am(NZT)

MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares mixed

Jan. 17 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares were mixed, with Synlait Milk, A2 Milk Co and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corp leading gains.

Source: Scoop NZ - Business | 17 Jan 2018 | 8:38 pm(NZT)

NZ dollar falls vs Aussie on strong consumer confidence

Jan. 17 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar fell against its Australian counterpart on growing consumer confidence across the Tasman, and declined against the greenback on weaker commodity prices.

Source: Scoop NZ - Business | 17 Jan 2018 | 8:29 pm(NZT)

Sale of Paymark Limited to Ingenico Group

The shareholders of Paymark Limited (www.paymark.co.nz) announced today that they have entered into an agreement to sell the company to Ingenico Group (www.ingenico.com) for NZ$190 million.

Source: Scoop NZ - Business | 17 Jan 2018 | 8:26 pm(NZT)

Freight activity keeps on truckin'

A truck survey that gives indications about the health of the economy shows activity has dipped but still remains high.

Source: Radio New Zealand Business Headlines | 17 Jan 2018 | 7:25 pm(NZT)

Retailers can survive Amazon by re-educating sales approach

While many New Zealand mom and pop retailers are dreading the arrival of online giant Amazon in Australia this year, one of this country’s bestselling business authors and hyper-growth leadership experts, Ed Ludbrook, suggests retailers have nothing ...

Source: Scoop NZ - Business | 17 Jan 2018 | 4:54 pm(NZT)

NZ commodity prices fall in December while stronger kiwi cut

Jan. 17 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand commodity prices dropped again in December while the stronger kiwi dollar eroded export receipts for primary producers.

Source: Scoop NZ - Business | 17 Jan 2018 | 4:34 pm(NZT)

Debt collection firm to refund $1.4m to customers

More than 1700 people were wrongly charged interest, costs and fees on loans after their goods were repossessed.

Source: Radio New Zealand Business Headlines | 17 Jan 2018 | 7:41 am(NZT)

Workers' optimism up, as businesses get gloomier

Workers' optimism about their job prospects is at the highest level since the global financial crisis, but businesses are gloomier about the economic outlook, according to two new surveys.

Source: Radio New Zealand Business Headlines | 16 Jan 2018 | 6:36 pm(NZT)

Scaffolding industry: It's 'more difficult to hire skilled people'

The scaffolding industry is hoping a new apprenticeship scheme will help the profession reach new heights.

Source: Radio New Zealand Business Headlines | 16 Jan 2018 | 10:58 am(NZT)







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