Noel Leeming has been fined $200,000 for misleading consumers about their rights under the Consumer Guarantees Act, in relation to technology purchases.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand booked a $3.3 million impairment on a $9.5 million valuation software project in its 2018 financial year.
Trade Me has agreed to be acquired by a British private equity firm for $2.56 billion after the business matched a rival offer.
Phil Goldie will return to the Microsoft channel in Australia, with plans in place to exit the New Zealand business within four months.
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- HPE honours leading Kiwi partners in 2018
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- Health Ministry completes $48.6M shift to Revera's IaaS
- Bidding war underway as Trade Me receives improved buyout offer
- Parliament changes IT services model to get more out of Datacom
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