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Automic Group launches new market-leading functionality
Tue, 12th Apr 2022
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digital transformation
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shares
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leadership
Automic Group sets its sights on registry industry transformation with an investment in technology, senior hires, and business growth.
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Share and EFT platform moomoo launching in Australia
Mon, 7th Mar 2022
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big data
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bi
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data analytics
Free trading platform moomoo is launching in Australia, offering analyst reports and US market data, and free brokerage for the first 90 days.
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Vodafone bolsters cybersecurity portfolio with DEFEND
Mon, 28th Feb 2022
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partner programmes
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cybersecurity
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market
The company recently signed a conditional agreement to acquire a 60% majority share of cybersecurity specialists DEFEND.
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Video games market booming following COVID-19 related lockdowns
Mon, 6th Jul 2020
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gaming
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technology gifts
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shares
Video game market booms, valuation soars by $354.5bn post-lockdowns.
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Sharesies partners with NZX to bring investment to ordinary Kiwis
Mon, 24th Jun 2019
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nzx
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shares
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investment
Sharesies has signed up as a participant on the New Zealand Exchange (NZX) as it moves to allow investors to access all listed companies on the exchange.
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Inabox reveals it is contemplating the sale of its business
Wed, 6th Jun 2018
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shares
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m&a
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inabox
Inabox mulls over informal bids for sale amidst share price queries by ASX.
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Sydney IT consultant charged with insider trading and unauthorised access to data
Tue, 15th May 2018
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shares
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stock market
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australian securities and investments commission
Steven Oakes faces 115 charges, including insider trading and destroying ASIC-required data.
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Dicker Data employees score $1000 in company shares
Mon, 12th Mar 2018
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dicker data
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shares
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workforce management
Dicker Data rewards staff with £1k shares for 40th year.
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Aus study finds data breaches slice 5% from share prices
Tue, 29th Aug 2017
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breach prevention
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cybersecurity
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centrify
Australian organisations hit by a data breach may see their share prices drop as much as 5% and take months to recover from the incident.
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$2.5m transaction sees Cirrus snap up NGage
Tue, 28th Mar 2017
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perth
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cirrus networks
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shares
Cirrus has acquired Melbourne’s NGage Technology Group for $2.5 million expanding the Perth-based IT solutions provider’s footprint into Victoria.
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Outlook not great for Fitbit, despite revamp
Mon, 7th Nov 2016
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fitbit
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shares
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wearables
Fitbit's growth has slowed, with shares plummeting 31% after lowering its guidance for Q4 revenue growth to just 2-5%.
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2degrees founding father sells all shares
Fri, 8th Jul 2016
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telecommunications
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shares
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vodafone
2degrees mobile telecom pioneer Tex Edwards exits, selling his stake after shaping the company into a formidable NZ market player.
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GeoOp to raise $2.4M in private placement to fund Australian growth, SPP to follow
Tue, 25th Aug 2015
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nzax
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nzx
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capital
GeoOp to raise $2.4m to fund expansion in Australia through private placement to foreign investors, senior management and the board.
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While you were sleeping: Apple, Microsoft falter
Thu, 23rd Jul 2015
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apple
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microsoft
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technology gifts
Apple and Microsoft earnings disappoint, raises doubt over tech rally that pushed Nasdaq to new highs #WallStreet.
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Enprise ekes out small annual profit in drive to grow NZ market
Tue, 16th Jun 2015
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telecommunications
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shares
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sales
Accounting software reseller Enprise Group posted an annual profit in its first filing on the NZAX as it places greater emphasis on the NZ market.
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Punakaiki first fund to do NZ equity crowdfunding; raises $660,000 on debut
Tue, 16th Jun 2015
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ipo
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snowball effect
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nz
Tech investor Lance Wiggs' Punakaiki Fund has launched the first equity crowdfunding campaign for a private equity fund in New Zealand.
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GeoOp widens annual loss as it chases US customers
Thu, 11th Jun 2015
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shares
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capital raising
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expenses
GeoOp, the workforce management app, widened its annual loss as it invests in product development and adding new customers.
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Rakon back to profit
Thu, 21st May 2015
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rakon
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shares
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nz
Rakon swings to £3.2m profit, despite higher debt, shifting production out of the UK to boost margins.
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Warehouse posts 5% gain in 3rd-qtr sales, says FY profit on track
Fri, 8th May 2015
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noel leeming
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productivity
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nz
Warehouse Group posted a 5% gain in 3rd quarter sales which it said was in line with its expectations and meant it was on track to meet annual profit.
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Warehouse may offer $125M of 5-year fixed-rate bonds
Tue, 5th May 2015
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shares
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bnz
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nz
The retailer may sell as much as $125 million of five-year bonds to refinance $100 million of bonds maturing next month.
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MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise led by rebound in MRP
Tue, 14th Apr 2015
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nzx
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meridian energy
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nz
NZ stock market ends on a positive note as MRP's rebound boosts shares from a 6-month low; Orion Health slumps.
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Scott Technology first-half profit rises 40% as acquisitions drive revenue growth
Tue, 14th Apr 2015
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shares
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scott technology
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capital raising
Scott Technology, the industrial automation firm, posted a 40 percent gain in first-half profit as sales from recent acquisitions helped drive revenue.
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Smiths City names 'turnaround specialist' Roy Campbell as CEO
Tue, 14th Apr 2015
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shares
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lion
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christchurch
Smiths City Group, the Christchurch-based retail chain, named Roy Campbell as chief executive, replacing Rick Hellings, who departs after 15 years as.
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NZ Oil & Gas gets 3 directors on expanded Cue Energy board of 6
Tue, 14th Apr 2015
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shares
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oil and gas
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asx
New Zealand Oil & Gas has gained three directors on an expanded board at Cue Energy Resources after securing 48 percent of the ASX-listed energy compa.