Diane Betts to Head Professional Services at TrustQuay
TrustQuay appoints Diane Betts as global head of professional services, where she will be managing new projects and programs for software solutions.
Honeywell report explores reality of ESG goals for enterprise
Energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and ESG guidelines are top priorities for multinational organisations, according to a report by Honeywell and Reuters.
Australia grants first banking license to fintech startup
Australia's first fintech banking license has been authorised by authorities in a bid to improve competition in a sector dominated by four major lenders.
Update: Synlait shares fall 12% on first-half loss; lower guidance
Shares of Synlait Milk, which has taken a cornerstone stake in Sichuan New Hope Nutritional Foods Co to gain direct interest in a Chinese infant formu.
Nufarm plans to consolidate European plants, take 30M euro charge
Nufarm, the agricultural chemicals manufacturer, will take a 30 million euro charge this year to consolidate its European manufacturing operations.
Chorus credit rating outlook upgraded to 'stable'
Chorus, the telecommunications network operator, has been given some breathing room from Moody's Investors Service, which has upgraded the outlook.
Nuplex sees 8.2 % earnings growth in 2015FY as it restructures ANZ
Nuplex Industries eyes 8.2% earnings boost in 2015 as it hones focus on global resins, offloading ANZ businesses.
NZX trading volumes rise in October, boosted by smaller value trades
The volume of trades on the New Zealand stock exchange increased in October, boosted by a rise in lower value equity transactions and more trading.
Lenovo leaves IBM takeover table
Companies call off negotiations following a disagreement over the valuation of IBM's X86 server business.
McAfee founder seeking asylum
John McAfee crosses into Guatemala seeking asylum, on the run for 3 weeks from Belize police over a neighbour's murder investigation.
Resume error not my fault: Yahoo CEO
Reports say Scott Thompson has claimed an executive placement firm introduced the erroneous qualification before he started work with PayPal.
Steve Jobs book may be Amazon's biggest for 2011
Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs, released by Simon and Schuster, could top Amazon's 2011 sales chart, reflecting Jobs' profound legacy.
InterDigital sale delayed
Auction postponed in light of Google's Motorola Mobility acquisition.
IBM settles bribery complaint for $10m
Complaint alleged IBM employees tried to bribe South Korean and Chinese officials in return for business over ten years.
AOL closer to selling Bebo
Private investment firm tipped to swoop in and save the site from closure.