Most Read Business Stories on Scoop – Week Ending July 13

Published: Fri 14 Jul 2017 01:47 PM
Most Read Business Stories on Scoop – Week Ending July 13
Dodgy Hamilton car companies, Fonterra’s latest appointment and housing were the most read business stories on Scoop from Friday July 7 to Thursday July 13
Hamilton car companies to pay $65,000 in penalties
Two car companies in Hamilton have been ordered to pay $65,000 in penalties by the Employment
BU1707/S00290 - Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment - Wednesday, 12 July 2017, 2:10 PM Related Stories
Fonterra Announces General Manager, Māori Strategy
Fonterra today announced the appointment of Tiaki Hunia to the role of General Manager, Māori
BU1707/S00282 - Fonterra - Wednesday, 12 July 2017, 12:17 PM Related Stories
Goodnest Raises $1M to Transform Home Improvements
AUCKLAND, 10 July 2017 - Goodnest, New Zealand’s leading On Demand Home Services platform, today
BU1707/S00192 - Goodnest - Monday, 10 July 2017, 10:38 AM Related Stories
$1B housing infrastructure fund to Auckland and Hamilton
July 11 (BusinessDesk) - The government has allocated its $1 billion housing infrastructure fund
BU1707/S00249 - BusinessDesk - Tuesday, 11 July 2017, 2:05 PM Related Stories
Perceptive Group joins Clemenger Group New Zealand
/customer intelligence company, Perceptive Group. The acquisition of Perceptive Group was a critical strategic priority
BU1707/S00237 - Clemenger Group - Tuesday, 11 July 2017, 10:10 AM Related Stories
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