Wakeup call: Revving for orange

Bernard Hickey
Mon, 04 Apr 2022

A move to orange would be good news for hospitality (Image: Unsplash)
A move to orange would be good news for hospitality (Image: Unsplash)
Bernard Hickey
Mon, 04 Apr 2022
Fresh on BusinessDesk this morning:Jenny Ruth writes in her column about how Air NZ retail shareholders are getting screwed.Daniel Dunkley reports on the splintering of a media alliance in their dealings with Google. Rebecca Howard reports from an interview with Synlait Milk’s new CEO Grant Watson.Oliver Lewis reports fisheries officers are carrying out 1,000 fewer annual inspections than they were five years ago.Denise McNabb reports Zoono founder Paul Hyslop stepped down as chief executive on Friday af...

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