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Naoise McDonagh says Australia is playing catch-up with the Future Made in Australia Act. Will it be enough?
15th Apr 24, 10:51am
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Naoise McDonagh says Australia is playing catch-up with the Future Made in Australia Act. Will it be enough?
From side hustles to sleeping streams: Jake Pitre looks at the truth behind passive income hype
12th Apr 24, 9:41am
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From side hustles to sleeping streams: Jake Pitre looks at the truth behind passive income hype
Centralising the power of AI with a few profit-driven entities facing future economic incentives for bad behaviour is a not a good idea
11th Apr 24, 12:21pm
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Centralising the power of AI with a few profit-driven entities facing future economic incentives for bad behaviour is a not a good idea
NZ’s coalition government is relying on executive power to govern, Richard Shaw points out that’s not how MMP was meant to work
10th Apr 24, 10:01am
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NZ’s coalition government is relying on executive power to govern, Richard Shaw points out that’s not how MMP was meant to work
Loyalty programmes may limit competition, and they could be pushing prices up for everyone, Alexandru Nichifor & Scott Duke Kominers argue
10th Apr 24, 7:48am
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Loyalty programmes may limit competition, and they could be pushing prices up for everyone, Alexandru Nichifor & Scott Duke Kominers argue
With a ceiling on rate increases it’s time to look for alternatives to local government funding, Guy C. Charlton says
8th Apr 24, 1:45pm
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With a ceiling on rate increases it’s time to look for alternatives to local government funding, Guy C. Charlton says
An anonymous coder nearly hacked a big chunk of the internet. How worried should we be?
5th Apr 24, 3:47pm
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An anonymous coder nearly hacked a big chunk of the internet. How worried should we be?
America’s green manufacturing boom, from EV batteries to solar panel production, isn’t powered by renewable energy − yet
3rd Apr 24, 9:39am
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America’s green manufacturing boom, from EV batteries to solar panel production, isn’t powered by renewable energy − yet
Alternative proteins are here so the next 30 years could be crucial for NZ’s meat and dairy sectors, Christopher Rosin & Hugh Campbell say
26th Mar 24, 6:59am
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Alternative proteins are here so the next 30 years could be crucial for NZ’s meat and dairy sectors, Christopher Rosin & Hugh Campbell say
Friend-shoring: What Biden wants to achieve by trading with allies rather than rivals
25th Mar 24, 9:49am
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Friend-shoring: What Biden wants to achieve by trading with allies rather than rivals
NZ is in recession – so far there are few signs the government has a plan to stimulate and grow the economy
22nd Mar 24, 1:27pm
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NZ is in recession – so far there are few signs the government has a plan to stimulate and grow the economy
Something felt ‘off’ – how AI messed with our human research, and what we learned
21st Mar 24, 3:24pm
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Something felt ‘off’ – how AI messed with our human research, and what we learned
AI has transformative power, but it needs to be deployed in an equitable and just manner
20th Mar 24, 9:27am
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AI has transformative power, but it needs to be deployed in an equitable and just manner
Apple's developing a smart ring. What do we know about it so far?
15th Mar 24, 3:02pm
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Apple's developing a smart ring. What do we know about it so far?
Laurence Jones & Heather He take a look at robo-advisers, and the pros and cons of using AI in investing
15th Mar 24, 1:44pm
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Laurence Jones & Heather He take a look at robo-advisers, and the pros and cons of using AI in investing
Louise Crabtree-Hayes looks at how co-operative housing could take pressure off Australia’s housing crisis
15th Mar 24, 10:38am
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Louise Crabtree-Hayes looks at how co-operative housing could take pressure off Australia’s housing crisis
Charlie Huang explains how China’s green steel push could crush Australia’s dirty iron ore exports
14th Mar 24, 10:26am
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Charlie Huang explains how China’s green steel push could crush Australia’s dirty iron ore exports
The first 100 days of tax policy bode well for National’s supporters while others might be worried, Lisa Marriott & Jonathan Barrett say
11th Mar 24, 2:19pm
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The first 100 days of tax policy bode well for National’s supporters while others might be worried, Lisa Marriott & Jonathan Barrett say
SEC approves first US climate disclosure rules: Why the requirements are much weaker than planned and what they mean for companies
8th Mar 24, 9:31am
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SEC approves first US climate disclosure rules: Why the requirements are much weaker than planned and what they mean for companies
Europe’s tech industry lags behind the US – but it gives the continent a chance to write the rules of the game
7th Mar 24, 3:52pm
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Europe’s tech industry lags behind the US – but it gives the continent a chance to write the rules of the game
As the coalition government's first 100 days runs its course, Richard Shaw points out the rubber is only just starting to hit the road
6th Mar 24, 11:33am
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As the coalition government's first 100 days runs its course, Richard Shaw points out the rubber is only just starting to hit the road
With greenwashing claims on trial, Matthew Hall asks whether New Zealand should ban fossil fuel advertising
5th Mar 24, 1:44pm
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With greenwashing claims on trial, Matthew Hall asks whether New Zealand should ban fossil fuel advertising
Worried about price gouging? For banks, there’s a simple solution, Peter Martin says
1st Mar 24, 5:00am
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Worried about price gouging? For banks, there’s a simple solution, Peter Martin says
'Swarm of one' robot is a single machine made up of independent modules
28th Feb 24, 2:48pm
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'Swarm of one' robot is a single machine made up of independent modules
Joining AUKUS could boost NZ’s poor research and technology spending – but at what cost?
26th Feb 24, 11:18am
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Joining AUKUS could boost NZ’s poor research and technology spending – but at what cost?