Monday, 30 March 2015

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  • Mark Powell to depart Warehouse by Feb 2016 after 4 years

    17:53 | 30/3/15
    Scoop
    March 30 (BusinessDesk) - Mark Powell will step down as chief executive of Warehouse Group by February 2016 after 14 years, the last four as chief executive that saw him revamp the retailer's so-called 'Red Sheds' and steer its online strategy. more»
  • Indian rupee drops 17 paise against US dollar due to rise in the American ...

    17:41 | 30/3/15
    Financial Express
    The Indian rupee fell by 17 paise to 62.58 against the US dollar today at the Interbank Foreign Exchange due to rise in the American currency's value against other global currencies amid month-end demand for the dollar from importers. more»
  • Energy Transfer's Lake Charles Score Recedes

    17:41 | 30/3/15
    Investing Daily
    Also last month, just before Lund started, BG Group took a $4.1 billion non-cash impairment charge on its brand new Queensland Curtis LNG Australian export complex in recognition of its reduced long-term profitability given the drop in crude prices ... more»
  • NZ dollar slips ahead of dairy auction, US payrolls

    17:35 | 30/3/15
    Scoop
    March 30 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar fell ahead of key US manufacturing and employment reports, and before a dairy auction where buyers will have to absorb increased volumes of milk powder on offer. more»
  • REFILE: MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares follow ASX lower

    17:34 | 30/3/15
    Scoop
    March 30 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares fell paced by Xero, Spark New Zealand and other dual listed stocks as investors across the Tasman sold off stocks after a major capital raising. Meridian Energy fell ahead of its instalment receipt coming ... more»
  • Here's why BHP Billiton Limited has slipped today

    17:30 | 30/3/15
    Motley Fool Australia
    On a day when Australian shares have been sold down heavily, BHP Billiton Limited (ASX: BHP) appears to have been hit particularly hard with its shares down 2.1% to $30.12. more»
  • The End of Male Supremacy

    17:29 | 30/3/15
    Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)
    She said, "The same arguments made in this country for extending suffrage … to white men, native born citizens, without property and education, and to foreigners … and the same used by the great Republican party to enfranchise a million black men in ... more»
  • Used for everything, driven by everyone

    17:21 | 30/3/15
    Scoop
    Launched at the Central Districts Field Days in March, Hino Distributors (NZ) Ltd are running a nationwide competition which will see lucky recipients upgrading their licences to either a Class 2 or Class 4.  more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZX follows ASX lower, paced by Spark, Xero

    17:19 | 30/3/15
    Scoop
    March 30 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares fell paced by Xero, Spark New Zealand and other dual listed stocks as investors across the Tasman sold off stocks after a major capital raising. Meridian Energy fell ahead of its instalment receipt coming ... more»
  • China mutual fund offerings snapped up as once-scared investors pile in

    17:18 | 30/3/15
    Zee News
    In January and February, 75 funds, mostly equity-focused or balanced ones with both equity and bond investments were launched, raising nearly 110 billion yuan ($17.7 billion), according to Shanghai-based fund consultancy Z-Ben Advisors. It said 35 ... more»
  • Memos and distinctions

    17:18 | 30/3/15
    Charleston Post Courier
    LS3P Associates Ltd. has received an award from the Council for Educational Facilities Planners International for the design of the Wando Center for Advanced Studies in Mount Pleasant. more»
  • Waimea Contract Carriers Limited in voluntary administration

    17:17 | 30/3/15
    Scoop
    John Fisk and Richard Longman, Partners of PwC, today have been appointed Administrators of Waimea Contract Carriers Limited, a log transport business operating in Nelson and Marlborough. The business is now in voluntary administration.  more»
  • The Warehouse Group announces Group CEO succession plan

    17:15 | 30/3/15
    Scoop
    As part of The Warehouse Group’s annual succession planning cycle last year, Group CEO Mark Powell indicated to the Board that he did not foresee himself continuing in the role beyond February 2016. As a result of subsequent discussion, The Warehouse ... more»
  • West Milford welcomes O'Toole's consolidation proposal

    17:07 | 30/3/15
    NorthJersey.com
    Created in the 1970s, the NWCDC managed the treatment of the city's water for 500,000 customers for 15 years prior to 2013 when it was effectively absorbed by the Newark water department amid a financial scandal. A state comptroller report released ... more»
  • Tsunami warning after Papua New Guinea hit by 7.5 quake

    17:07 | 30/3/15
    ABP News
    Sydney: A 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Papua New Guinea on Moday, US seismologists said, with "hazardous" tsunami waves possible in areas near the epicentre although no major damage was immediately reported. more»