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    Uber is reviewing its fares in light of rising fuel prices but won't necessary put them up
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     22 May 2018
    Uber is reviewing its fares in light of rising fuel prices but won't necessary put them up
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    Energy Minister says record high petrol prices exactly the reason Commission needs more powers
    22 May: The Energy Minister says the record high petrol prices are exactly the reason why the Commerce Commission needs more powers... more
    Lake Taupo is set to benefit after being added to a council and iwi management plan
    22 May: Lake Taupo is set to benefit after being added to a council and iwi management plan... more
    A lot of credit card fraud problems begin with dodgy websites
    22 May: A technology commentator says a lot of credit card fraud problems begin when customers are sucked into dodgy websites... more
    Hospitality New Zealand wants more prosecutions of underage drinkers putting their businesses at risk
    21 May: Hospitality New Zealand wants more prosecutions of underage drinkers putting their businesses at risk... more
    Technology commentator says banks should give customers better options around online credit card fraud
    21 May: A technology commentator says banks will have to give customers better options to protect themselves from online credit card fraud... more
    Osaka rubbish incinerator Maishima looks like Disneyland but is part of Japan's waste strategy
    21 May: It's been mistaken for a theme park, attracts thousands of tourists every year and even has its own TripAdvisor page, but the Maishima Incineration Plant is critical for managing waste in Osaka.... more
    Three EU sources denied reports Vienna meeting is to salvage Iranian nuclear deal with offer of Iran financial aid
    21 May: Three European Union sources have denied reports that a meeting in Vienna to salvage the imperilled Iranian nuclear deal will discuss offering Iran financial aid in exchange for concessions... more
    Computer expert fears Kiwi businesses could be caught out by new far-reaching European privacy laws
    21 May: A computer science expert fears many Kiwi businesses could be caught out by far-reaching new privacy laws about to take effect in Europe... more
    Chinese celebrity 'academies' are turning young women's internet fame into profit
    19 May: China's online celebrities can be seen strolling Parisian boulevards in the latest fashions and enjoying high tea with friends — but Chinese influencers can convert fans into consumers far more effectively.... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     03 May: Video expert says there's still a place for DVD rentals in NZ +++++++++++++++++++
     04 May: Cambridge Analytica declaring bankruptcy, shutting down  +++++++++++++++++++
     27 Apr: Banking royal commission: Lax lending by banks could see our debt problem come crashing down +++++++++
     03 May: New effluent technology allows farmers to recycle water +++++++++
     03 May: Competitors working together to plan for Pike River re-entry ++++++++
     04 May: BP: Never its intention for price rises to be 'at expense of consumers' ++++++++
     13 May: A conservation expert says politicians need to wake up to the financial importance of the environment ++++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      24 May: Unethical and money-hungry: kiwi millennials' dim view of business (NZ Herald)
      24 May: Revealed: how to make money flying a drone in new zealand (NZ Herald)
      24 May: Embattled plant business owners giving away $8000 palm trees after three court failed court battles (NZ Herald)
      24 May: Target and red robin sink while lowe's and tiffany jump (NZ Herald)
      24 May: Ub40's ali campbell: 'we're still cool' (BBCWorld)
      24 May: Silver mortgages leading to boom over 65s paying for life insurance (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 May: Lingering limbo: businesses uncertain about tax law impact (NZ Herald)
      23 May: Merkel heads to china to talk economy, trade, rule of law (NZ Herald)
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