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Toshiba NZ profit slashed despite rising revenue
Toshiba has recorded a revenue increase for its New Zealand operations but seen its total comprehensive income for the year halved.
Cyber security could come to affect your credit rating
When it comes to credit analysis, eventually cyber threats will be seen in a similar vein as other extraordinary event risks, such as natural disaster
Solid growth in Australia bolsters Ingram Micro global results
Continued ‘solid’ growth in Australia has helped Ingram Micro’s Asia Pacific operations to a strong performance for Q3.
Ingram Micro bullish on Q3 financials
Ingram Micro says it grew its global cloud business by more than 100% year on year in Q3, with the Asia Pacific business remaining strong.
'Challenging' market drags Dick Smith profit expectations down
Dick Smith Holdings has lowered its 2016 profit expectations by up to $8 million after disappointing October sales figures and market concerns.
Dick Smith NZ posts best sales performance since acquisition
Dick Smith's Kiwi operations have had their best quarterly sales performance in years, but it's not enough to stop a downward revision for NPAT.
New govt initiative to help SMBs with finance
“Simplifying these processes means businesses can get on with what’s important — running and growing their businesses."
NEC's NZ business takes profit hit despite solid revenues
NEC New Zealand has seen a dramatic decline in profit for its 2015 financial year despite revenue only slightly down on a year earlier.
Lenovo posts bumper local sales revenue
Lenovo Australia and New Zealand saw a 50% jump in revenue from sale of goods for the year ending 31 March, 2015.
Revenue climbs for Westcon Group NZ
Westcon Group NZ has reported a 7.1% increase in revenue, but seen profit after tax slide 9.8% for the year ending February 28, 2015.
TPG's profits up, refresh ahead for iiNet products
TPG Telecom records its seventh consecutive growth, and alludes to new iiNet product refreshes.
Sony NZ profit up despite revenue drop and Vaio exit
Sony NZ reported an improved profit for the year ending 31 March 2015, despite reduced sales revenue as it removed its Vaio PC brand from the market.
Sony Computer Entertainment NZ profit soars as PlayStation dominates
Sony Computer Entertainment NZ has recorded a 52.4% increase in its profit for the year ending 31 March 2015, with the PS4 dominating the Kiwi market.
TeamTalk annual earnings slump 53% in 'tough year'
TeamTalk, the listed telecommunications company, reported a 53 percent drop in what it said was a "tough year."
Revenue decline for HP as PC, printing and enterprise services slump
HP has reported an 8% drop in revenue for Q3 as its legacy PC and printing businesses sagged and commercial business tightened.
Profit soars for Data#3 following move to service centric model
A transition to a more service-centric model and public cloud is paying dividends for Data#3, with the company posting a 40% jump in profit.
'Healthy' 6% Australian revenue increase for Datacom
Datacom's Australian revenue is up 6%, but the company's overall profit is down on last year's record high.
Restructure; declining Kiwi sales drag Dick Smith profit down
Restructuring costs of $5.5 million have hit Dick Smith’s FY2015 profits, with results also dragged down by declining New Zealand sales.
Allied Telesis NZ posts bonanza profit
Allied Telesis New Zealand's profit soared 166% in 2014, with the local branch banking $1.1 million.
Juniper NZ drops into the red
Juniper Network’s New Zealand branch has seen its finances slump into the red, recording a $27,165 loss for the year ending 31 December 2014.
AudioCodes financial results ‘disappoint’
"We are disappointed with the financial results for the second quarter of 2015, more so in view of our growing business activity.”
AWS pulls in US$1.8 billion revenue for Amazon
Amazon Web Services generated US$1.8 billion last quarter – up 81% on the US$1 billion reported for the same period a year ago.
Huawei revenue skyrockets as company hones in on IoT strategy
For the first half of 2015, Huawei Consumer Business Group continued to experience significant business growth.
Infor revenue climbs, thanks to SaaS success
"The growth Infor is experiencing marks an inflection point for the company, where the heavy investments we've made are paying dividends."