Theo Spierings, Chief Executive said that Fonterra's sales in China are almost back to the levels of pre-botulism scare and in the ingredients business it is even are higher. The company is in a rebuilding phase following recall, review and recovery stages.
A businessman from Auckland is calling in an exorcist after he bought a restaurant in a locality since all five earlier owners of the restaurant had become broke.
The Herald reported this week on Sunday that Darius Karani thinks underhanded spirits are making the issue at the premises in Botany.
ANZ is completely embarrassed over a significant security break, after it coincidentally sent bank proclamations for clients' records, holding a huge number of dollars to a two-year old kid.
The bank security breach witnessed Whangarei little child Joel Morrison receive a heap of other individuals' record articulations, all of which held extensively more than his own reserve funds account of about $200.
On Friday, a top trade body official said, Indian gold imports may fall 70 percent in the final quarter of 2013 from 255 tonnes in the year-ago period and are likely to be half usual levels at 500-550 tonnes next year if new import rules are maintained.
Halifax, the lender, now part of Lloyds Banking Group, said house prices grew by 1.1% in November as compared to the preceding month and up 7.7% annually.
It said, strong demand for homes in combination with low levels of property on the market had pushed up prices.
It also said that the average home in the UK was now valued at £174,910.
Lance Batchelor, the chief executive of Domino's Pizza tendered his resignation to take up a new job with a `not yet named' company.
He would however continue to work with the fast-food group until the end of April.
Energy giant E. ON is about to launch a £48 price increase on annual gas and electricity bills for more than 4 million British households.
This German-owned utility is the last of the Big Six suppliers to push through a winter increase and said it was trying hard to limit the impact on its customers by announcing a lower average rise at 3.7 per cent. The changes come into force on January 18.
- Partial Yahoo Mail outage this week affected users for past two, or even three days
- Google Sheets rebuilt from ground up; new version available immediately
- Valve to ship out prototype Steam Machines to 300 selected US beta testers on Dec. 13
- EU court dismisses Cisco's complaint against Microsoft's Skype acquisition deal
- AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson: Carriers need to move away from the subsidy model