Automic Group launches new market-leading functionality
Automic Group sets its sights on registry industry transformation with an investment in technology, senior hires, and business growth.
Share and EFT platform moomoo launching in Australia
Free trading platform moomoo is launching in Australia, offering analyst reports and US market data, and free brokerage for the first 90 days.
Vodafone bolsters cybersecurity portfolio with DEFEND
The company recently signed a conditional agreement to acquire a 60% majority share of cybersecurity specialists DEFEND.
Video games market booming following COVID-19 related lockdowns
Video game market booms, valuation soars by $354.5bn post-lockdowns.
Sharesies partners with NZX to bring investment to ordinary Kiwis
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.
Inabox reveals it is contemplating the sale of its business
Inabox mulls over informal bids for sale amidst share price queries by ASX.
Sydney IT consultant charged with insider trading and unauthorised access to data
Steven Oakes faces 115 charges, including insider trading and destroying ASIC-required data.
Dicker Data employees score $1000 in company shares
Dicker Data rewards staff with £1k shares for 40th year.
Aus study finds data breaches slice 5% from share prices
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.
$2.5m transaction sees Cirrus snap up NGage
Cirrus has acquired Melbourne’s NGage Technology Group for $2.5 million expanding the Perth-based IT solutions provider’s footprint into Victoria.
Outlook not great for Fitbit, despite revamp
Fitbit's growth has slowed, with shares plummeting 31% after lowering its guidance for Q4 revenue growth to just 2-5%.
2degrees founding father sells all shares
2degrees mobile telecom pioneer Tex Edwards exits, selling his stake after shaping the company into a formidable NZ market player.
GeoOp to raise $2.4M in private placement to fund Australian growth, SPP to follow
GeoOp to raise $2.4m to fund expansion in Australia through private placement to foreign investors, senior management and the board.
While you were sleeping: Apple, Microsoft falter
Apple and Microsoft earnings disappoint, raises doubt over tech rally that pushed Nasdaq to new highs #WallStreet.
Enprise ekes out small annual profit in drive to grow NZ market
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.
Punakaiki first fund to do NZ equity crowdfunding; raises $660,000 on debut
Tech investor Lance Wiggs' Punakaiki Fund has launched the first equity crowdfunding campaign for a private equity fund in New Zealand.
GeoOp widens annual loss as it chases US customers
GeoOp, the workforce management app, widened its annual loss as it invests in product development and adding new customers.
Rakon back to profit
Rakon swings to £3.2m profit, despite higher debt, shifting production out of the UK to boost margins.
Warehouse posts 5% gain in 3rd-qtr sales, says FY profit on track
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.
Warehouse may offer $125M of 5-year fixed-rate bonds
The retailer may sell as much as $125 million of five-year bonds to refinance $100 million of bonds maturing next month.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise led by rebound in MRP
NZ stock market ends on a positive note as MRP's rebound boosts shares from a 6-month low; Orion Health slumps.
Scott Technology first-half profit rises 40% as acquisitions drive revenue growth
Scott Technology, the industrial automation firm, posted a 40 percent gain in first-half profit as sales from recent acquisitions helped drive revenue.
Smiths City names 'turnaround specialist' Roy Campbell as CEO
Smiths City Group, the Christchurch-based retail chain, named Roy Campbell as chief executive, replacing Rick Hellings, who departs after 15 years as.
NZ Oil & Gas gets 3 directors on expanded Cue Energy board of 6
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.