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An update on the markets for April 24, 2015.
The Nasdaq closed at 5056 points, beating the previous record set 15 years ago in March 2000.
Jawed Karim got the idea for YouTube after struggling to find online videos of Janet Jackson's infamous wardrobe malfunction at the 2004 Super Bowl.
The Holidays Amendment Bill – often called the 'Mondayisation' Bill – makes its first noticeable impact on Anzac Day this year.
Marlborough-based airline Sounds Air is heading north, now offering a service between Taupo and Wellington.
Qantas travellers faced queues at Auckland Airport this morning after the airline's ticketing system went down.
Taiwan's largest integrated steelmaker has formally approved a US$46M investment in a commercial ethanol facility developed by NZ-founded LanzaTech.
An update on the markets for April 23, 2015.
Tauranga Energy Consumer Trust has sold 20 million shares in Trustpower for $154.8 million as it aims to diversify its investments.
Facebook's profit in the first quarter has plunged 20 percent from a year ago, but the company says revenues got a lift from robust growth in mobile advertising.
Many of us worry about whether we are getting the work lifestyle balance right. It seems it is not just staff who are concerned, but many bosses as well.
Dutch brewing giant Heineken says its first quarter profits had quadrupled, boosted by the sale of its Mexican packaging arm.
Supermarket group Tesco has announced the biggest annual loss in British retail history.
There has been renewed debate about foreign buyers after a radio ad in Singapore tells investors to snap up Auckland apartments.
Booking.com will allow hoteliers in France, Italy and Sweden to charge less on other websites, though not when customers book directly through hotel sites.
Rent prices across New Zealand continue to rocket ahead of inflation, with the median rent hitting a record high of $420 per week.
Nearly one third of New Zealand small and medium-sized enterprises say digital technology has had no impact on their business over the past five years.
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