You are being watched. By Facebook. By Google. By digital eyes and ears everywhere. The big question is whether you should be happy about it.
Fletcher Building’s share price has plunged by 8.11% today. Fletcher Building is one of New Zealand’s largest listed companies.
Renters in Mount Maunganui are being kicked out of properties to make room for Airbnb guests. Here’s why the local council needs to stay out of it.
The Sky Network Television Limited [NZX:SKT] share price has dived by 2.8%. Sky — founded in 1987 — is New Zealand’s largest pay-per-view satellite TV provider.
The world has flattened even further. It means that we’re at another turning point in the world of international business. And it’s going to have significant impacts on your life and your investments.
The UK has nominated New Zealand as one of their priority partners when it comes time to negotiate a new deal. In terms of trade, this is all good news.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand, a potential money-laundering scheme and an unusual gold mine in Peru. Lots of juicy details regarding the recent liquidation of insurance company CBL.
How many hours of your time do things cost? The facts are astonishing…And they give credence to the millennial whinging about how baby boomers had it easier.
Very rarely do you find a situation where one person orders a service and someone else is bound to pay it. With letting fees, that’s the unfortunate case.
Frustratingly, it seems like the mainstream media have only one side of the argument to offer — that houses have nowhere to go but up.
Any attention that the mainstream has given blockchain has been mostly negative. It’s too new…too radical…too different…and for many, too hard to understand.
From an economic perspective, a brand-new industry like cannabis can ignite a period of prosperity. It falls in line with the economic theory of Joseph A Schumpeter.
Take a guess how you think the price of petrol breaks down. Now, with your guess in mind, take a look at what it actually is.
When an expert on mobile tech predicts a big shake-up, we listen. Because a change in mobile likely affects more people than a change in any other tech sector.