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What a difference a day makes. In June, after rising steadily for several months, the Chinese stock market crashed, and hard. Though the Chinese government has been scrambling to correct ...
Samsung and the Icehouse are running a competition for Kiwi techies promising cash prizes and a hand up to some global opportunities. As is often the case with these things, ...
We’ve had it pretty good for a while now. Hours of House of Cards on Netflix? Tax free. Months of Spotify premium? Tax free. That Chromecast thing you bought from ...
Baboom is a new Auckland-based online music service, run by CEO Grant Edmundson and head of content and platform Mikee Tucker, after founder Kim Dotcom sold his shares late last ...
With our childhood dreams finally realised after the release of the Lexus hoverboard (thanks Marty McFly), we got to thinking about other weird and wonderful alternative modes of transport that ...
One thing about the recent non-developments in Hawaii is positive, at least. The breakdown of the talks signals that New Zealand negotiators don’t seem to be in a position where we will sign simply anything in the interests of cutting a deal. For now, our interest is self-interest, and that, as negotiations continue, is something to hold onto.
New Zealand’s top fashion brands are being encouraged to share information about their supply chains by the likes of Child Labor Free, Space Between and Sustainable Fashion. The three organisations ...
As the world becomes more accepting of people’s differences, forward-thinking retail companies should follow. This is what a report by NPD Group says, as the gender lines are blurring when ...
Everybody loves the ambience of a roaring fire, but not so much the immense pain that goes with it. Enter Firestarter.
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When it comes to customer service, people may not know what they want, but they know when they get it – and when they don’t.
Idealog had never thought about using Pinterest or Airbnb as part of a recruitment campaign. How wrong we were
Idealog’s own ad guru wonders if there wasn’t some merit in an employment regime where firing someone still had a weapon involved
Ten bits of frivolity for a hearty dose of Friday distraction.