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Microsoft steals march on rivals with NZ datacentre plans
Paul McBeth | Wed, 06 May 2020

Microsoft is getting in ahead of its rivals with plans to launch a new datacentre region in New Zealand, paving the way for better local access to cloud services.

IkeGPS to post record revenue
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Utilities measurement company IkeGPS said its full year revenue for the year to March 31 was a record $9.8 million and up around 23 percent on the year, while gross margin was approximately $7.1 million in the 12-month period, up around 33 percent on the year.Its total cash and r...

Founder exits vital to $34 billion value created by NZ ‘unicorns’, says Callaghan
Pattrick Smellie | Sun, 07 Apr 2019

By Pattrick Smellie April 8 (BusinessDesk) - Company founders’ willingness to sell to a new owner or welcome new shareholders has been vital to New Zealand businesses that have created around $34 billion of value in the last 15 years, says a new report from Callaghan Innovatio...

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