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Old Top Stories

Education, entertainment drive PC sales surge
PC shipments soared in New Zealand during the last quarter.

Education, entertainment drive PC sales surge

Increasing demand for learning and entertainment devices is driving growth in PC shipments in New Zealand. Data from IDC shows the country’s shipments of PC units grew by 24.4 per cent year on year in the t...
Retail Food Group charged with unconscionable conduct towards franchisees
Bulgari to launch in New Zealand
Allbirds & Jeff Staple turn a sneaker inside out for a special reason
Kiwis spent money in 61 countries on Black Friday

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Starbucks partners with Kate Spade New York in accessories collection

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Facebook to buy customer service startup Kustomer

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Black Friday, Singles Day drive strong sales in November: RetailNZ

Spending in November rose by 25.7 per cent according to RetailNZ.

Unilever to trial 4-day working week in New Zealand

Global consumer goods giant Unilever is poised to try out a four-day working week for all its New Zealand employees.

Kathmandu CEO resigns to head up Austrade

Outdoor fashion retailer Kathmandu’s chief executive Xavier Simonet has resigned after five years at the helm

Zappos founder dies

The visionary founder of Zappos has died from injuries sustained in a house fire.

Pic’s deposes Whittaker’s as New Zealand’s most-respected brand

Peanut butter maker Pic’s has been rated New Zealand’s most-respected brand, overtaking chocolate maker Whittaker’s.

Wanaka author launches online bookstore for children Kiwi Kids Read Books

Young kiwi readers and their parents have a new online destination specialising in local books by local authors.