HCM leader Ceridian to rebrand as Dayforce from January 2024
Ceridian, the global leader in human capital management (HCM) technology, has announced that it will transition its brand to Dayforce from January 2024.
Thales acquires Tesserent, boosting ANZ cyber sovereignty
Thales completes acquisition of Tesserent, bolstering its international cyber presence and strengthening Australia's cybersecurity landscape.
NICE acquires LiveVox, bolstering customer experience with AI integration
NICE is set to acquire LiveVox, enhancing its CX services with integrated AI and proactive outreach capabilities.
Superloop proposal to acquire Symbio, FY23 earnings upgrade
Superloop has made a non-binding indicative proposal to acquire all of Symbio Holdings Limited’s shares via a scheme of arrangement.
Facebook NZ financial report reveals notable revenue increase
Facebook New Zealand Limited reports significant increase in revenue and profit for 2021, with revenue up by over $1 million compared to the previous year.
Up to $2.4 million shortfall in the collapse of IndeServe
Networking service provider IndeServe has appointed liquidators, with a potential shortfall of between $1 million and $2.4 million.
Longstanding Kiwi field service contractor Indeserve in liquidation
IndeServe, a longstanding local service contractor that has worked with companies including IBM, Fujitsu and Datacom, has voluntarily filed for liquidation.
Vodafone NZ buys remaining stake in retail joint venture
Vodafone New Zealand has purchased the remaining 50% stake in the specialist joint venture (JV) with private equity company Millennium Corp.
Vector Capital to be majority shareholder of WatchGuard
WatchGuard Technologies has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement with Vector Capital to make a large new equity investment in the business.
Energy sector leads turbulence across global economy
Exxon Mobil – the largest United States oil and gas company – suffered the hardest hit, losing a market cap of US$82.02 billion in the last six months.
US oil & energy providers hit by plunging market cap in 1H 2020
As the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to lead many market sectors into turbulence, the energy sector has not escaped unscathed.
Global shareholders sue 'leading' China data centre operator GDS
The lawsuit believes GDS has been engaged in a 'ruse' to enrich insiders by acquiring data centers that aren't as valuable as the company claims.
Aconex shareholders vote in favour of Oracle acquisition
Oracle initially announced the (US) $1.2 billion deal in December last year.
Shareholders of Yota call out company for ‘urgent action and changes’
The group are ‘deeply concerned’ that China Baoli has mismanaged Yota and that there are huge changes needed for the smartphone company.
EMC shareholders approve Dell merger with 98% of votes
EMC have announced that its shareholders have approved the Dell merger agreement with 98% of voters in favour.
FMA boss says corporate governance in NZ could be better
FMA chief calls on New Zealand directors to improve corporate governance practices as part of regulator's risk outlook.
NZ dollar heads for 0.9% fall as US jobs report looms
The kiwi fell to 77.78 US cents at 5pm in Wellington from 78.49 cents on Friday in New York last week.
Rubicon reiterates IPO plans for ArborGen, laments languishing share price
Rubicon, the forestry biotech company spun out of Fletcher Challenge, reiterated plans for an initial public offer for ArborGen, the biotech forest.
Tony Falkenstein to take over as JWI boss, as Ian Ormiston quits
Tony Falkenstein, founder and majority owner of Just Water International, will take over as head of the water cooler and supplies business after ch.
Acurity lifts 1H earnings 22% on increased DHB work, cost cuts
Acurity Health Group, the hospital operator set to be taken private by its three biggest shareholders, lifted first-half by profit 22 percent after.
Pacific Brands sells unprofitable footwear, sports apparel business
Pacific Brands, the Australian apparel and linen brands business, has split and sold Brands Collective, its unprofitable footwear and sporting appa.
Just Water independent directors accept founder's 15 cents per share takeover offer
Just Waters International's independent directors have recommended shareholders accept founder and majority investor Tony Falkenstein's takeover bi.
FMA clears Gentrack on prospectus, says offer risks could have been clearer
The Financial Markets Authority has cleared Gentrack Group's prospectus but said risks could have been made clearer after the utilities and airport.
MightyRiverPower to pay special dividend
MightyRiverPower, the first of the state-owned power companies to be partially privatised last year, will pay a special dividend to shareholders af.