Clark and Cullen drop R&D tax hint
Barely 24 hours after its Budget disappointed business,
the Government was holding out an olive branch in at
least one area...
Cullen must raise the tap-dance tempo
As far as tap-dancing routines go, the performance by
the Government's top duo last Friday could have
conjured up a picture of Gene Kelly and Debbie
Reynolds in their hit musical Singin' in the Rain...
$12.9m bill fine with Courts
The Department for Courts has budgeted $12.9 million for a
fines collection system, despite at least one source in the
marketplace saying it can be done for under $1 million...
IT invasion of NZ begins
A fresh campaign to lure overseas IT firms to New Zealand has
finally paid off...
Hotmailers Getting Fat on Spam
Hotmail's peeved users in many ways. Even when accounts
aren't down, users must sustain a steady stream of
Music Security's Maiden Voyage
Metallica, which has been battling Napster over copyright concerns, isn't the
only heavy metal band protecting its digital music from piracy...
AOL security breach exposes personal info
America Online has confirmed that hackers have illegally compromised an undisclosed
number of its member accounts by targeting key company employees with an email virus...
E-signatures: Fraud made easy?
A newly passed digital signature bill may boost
business, but it could leave consumers footing the bill
in fraudulent transactions...