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Idealog—in the ideas business




Kermode appointed CEO at Next Foundation

Direct Capital founding director Bill Kermode is the inaugural CEO of the Next Foundation, established in March to carry out projects that make a positive impact on the environment and in education. More …




Three Kiwi blokes and their roguish gin

Richard Bourke, Daniel Mclaughlin and Mark Neal have toiled for three years to create the panacea for 'gin grief', the affliction suffered by those who don't enjoy a G&T. More …





Fyfe takes hot seat at Icebreaker

Former Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe has now taken the same role at merino clothing firm Icebreaker, where he's been executive chair of the board for the past nine months. More …


The Wrap: 28 May

This week in The Wrap we find a very geeky way to match books and music, an even geekier way to make beer froth, the gold standard in e-bike cool and a game console for canines. More …


Has Apple lost its shine?

RadioLive's Mark Sainsbury chats to the oh so very knowledgeable Vincent Heeringa about Apple and its future in light of recent events. More …


IT employers paying more in growing market

A significant proportion of Kiwi IT vendors plan to expand in a buoyant market, with employers paying more for candidates of an increasingly strong calibre, recruitment firm Potentia finds in its recent sixth annual Inside IT survey. More …