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NZME: how to manage a shrinking ship

Pattrick Smellie
Tue, 10 Nov 2020

Pattrick Smellie
Tue, 10 Nov 2020
It has been a tumultuous year for the New Zealand news media.The level 4 lockdown in March not only killed advertising revenue stone dead – apart from government covid-19 advisories – but it also killed casual sales of printed newspapers.While daily publications were deemed ‘essential services’ and could keep on publishing for subscribers, it was a loss-making activity without advertising revenue to underpin it.For magazines, it was far worse. Bauer, the German publishing group that owned a swag of household titles in NZ...

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Orr says RBNZ already considers house prices
Jenny Ruth | Tue, 24 Nov 2020

Government concern over galloping house price inflation burst into the open today, but Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr insists he already takes house prices into account and ultra-low interest rates are important for the covid-19 economic recovery.

Opposition backs Robertson, claims credit for idea
Rebecca Howard | Tue, 24 Nov 2020

A conversation on housing between the RBNZ and the government has widespread political support.

Tower to get $42.1m EQC settlement
Staff reporters | Tue, 24 Nov 2020

Insurer says net profit will be impacted by about $9.5 million from write off.

Information governance in the age of data: Where to from here?

As data increasingly drives industry, commerce and public security, it has become obvious that organisations need to lift their game, particularly in the area of information governance.

Better decision-making through better data analysis

The University of Auckland’s new Master of Business Analytics programme is designed to fill the skills gap and meet the growing needs of industry and commerce.