Subscribe today - find out more
Why you should consider BusinessDesk

David Darling to step down as Pacific Edge CEO

Staff reporters
Mon, 12 Apr 2021

Pacific Edge chief executive David Darling.
Staff reporters
Mon, 12 Apr 2021

Pacific Edge chief executive David Darling.

Pacific Edge chief executive David Darling plans to retire on April 6 next year after 18 years in the role, although he will stay on as a consultant.Chair Chris Gallagher said Darling's "expertise, persistence and perseverance in the face of challenges over a long period of time have marked him as an outstanding chief executive".Gallagher said Pacific Edge has gone from a research concept to a fully-fledged commercial entity under Darling's tenure."Dave has been the driving contributor to the development and execution of...

Use the information you’ve already given Google to create your subscription.

Not convinced yet?

Subscribe to our Daily News Update free newsletter.

America's Cup
Not dead yet: Auckland's America's Cup dream
Pattrick Smellie | Fri, 24 Sep 2021

Reports of the death of Mark Dunphy's bid to keep The America's Cup in Auckland may prove premature, although events this week suggest CPR may be required.

Listed Companies market close
Pacific Edge up 6%; while index dips
Dan Brunskill | Fri, 24 Sep 2021

The NZX 50 index fell as its biggest stock, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, fell 3.1% back towards its average price of $32 per share.

Retirement villages operate like 'quasi-Ponzi schemes'
Jenny Ruth | Fri, 24 Sep 2021

Retirement village residents' association claims the rule to get legal advice before signing a contract doesn't protect residents – and is used against them.

Demand driven change an easier route to carbon reduction

Taking a demand-driven approach to carbon reduction will naturally bring us into line with government targets.

Kiwi security technology leading the world

Businesses must take advantage of our home-grown, world-leading, internationally-valued cyber defence systems to manage risk.