APN NZ fleshes out senior team as carve-out looms

Sun, 07 Sep 2014

By Paul McBeth Sept. 8 (BusinessDesk) - APN New Zealand, the local unit of the Australasian publisher of the New Zealand Herald newspaper, has beefed up its senior executive team as parent APN News & Media mulls carving out the New Zealand arm for a listing on the NZX. The new appointments include Sandra King as APN group director commercial, Liz McNally as group marketing director, Richard Harrison as group director ecommerce and new ventures, Laura Maxwell-Hansen and group director digital media, Carolyn Luey as director of strategy and...

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