Pay us international rates please
To retain "knowledge workers" in the 21st
century, New Zealand companies will have to
pay at international rates, HR bosses have
All about Daylight Savings
A reminder that Daylight Savings starts this weekend.
Put your clocks forward one hour before you go to bed
Saturday or you could...
INL link to Sky cited in 3G frenzy
INL's move towards interactive television through its link
with Sky Network could be behind its fierce bidding for
third-generation (3G) spectrum, say analysts...
Dot Coms Do Bankruptcy Faster
Internet companies take less time than other firms to close cases
in bankruptcy court. It helps that dot-coms don't have many
hard assets to sort through, says a top Silicon Valley bankruptcy
My Phone/PDA Is Better than Yours
Companies are in a race to put out converged PDA cell phones.
But will Americans take to them as enthusiastically as they have
to the phones already on the market?...
Mac Cube: Is it all it's cracked up to be?
Apple Computer is fending off criticism its stylish Power Mac G4 Cube is marred by cracks. But
are the hair-thin lines the defects they appear to be?...
MP3 sites see ad revenue jump thanks to Napster
Napster may or may not be good for CD sales, but online music sites can thank the popular
file-swapping service for a substantial surge in revenues last month, according to a new study
scheduled for release today...
Amazon apologizes for random price test
The giant online retailer sends refunds to
almost 7,000 customers following a controversial
variable pricing experiment...