Emergency crews at the scene of a serious single-vehicle crash in North Canterbury

Emergency services were called to the scene of a serious single-vehicle crash in North Canterbury. Police and fire crews were notified about 8am on Sunday to the incident in West Eyreton, near the intersection of Tram and North Eyre roads. The road was closed while staff attended the scene and diversions were put in place.

‘He hates Brexit’ Truss told to warn Joe Biden to mind own business ‘Sees Brexit as threat

Liz Truss has been advised to tell US President Joe Biden to “mind his own business” and stop interfering with the Brexit process. Mr Biden and several members of his party have warned the UK could be put at the bottom of the list when it comes to trade should Brexit affect the Good Friday … Read more

تشهد Huawei نموًا في إيرادات مجموعة Carrier Business Group في النصف الأول من عام 2022

قالت شركة Huawei ، وهي شركة صينية لبيع معدات الاتصالات ، إن إيراداتها من Carrier Business Group في النصف الأول من عام 2022 نمت بنسبة 4.24٪ لتصل إلى 142.7 مليار يوان صيني. الجدير بالذكر أنه في النصف الأول من عام 2021 انخفضت إيرادات هذا القسم بنسبة 14٪. بلغ إجمالي إيرادات الشركة في النصف الأول من … Read more

Britain cuts out Putin as Russian energy imports drop to zero

The UK and EU have united to introduce sanctions on Russian coal and oil, partial or full bans on which are set to kick in by the end of this year, and have both pledged to reduce reliance on Russian gas. Despite flatlined direct import figures, it is likely Britain is continuing to import some … Read more

South Korea to pardon Samsung heir, other convicted tycoons to boost ‘business activity’

South Korea to pardon Samsung heir, other convicted tycoons to boost ‘business activity’, #South #Korea #pardon #Samsung #heir #convicted #tycoons #boost #business #activity Welcome to O L A S M E D I A TV N E W S, This is what we have for you today: SEOUL —  Samsung’s de-facto leader secured a pardon Friday … Read more

6 Skills Every Business Analytics Professional Needs

Business Analytics Skills Following the development of technology across industries, there is a need to capitalize on the power of business analytics to uncover insights that can propel business development. Researchers say that 63% of companies use business analytics to tailor competitive strategies that contribute to the general success of their companies. As the need … Read more

Mark Zuckerberg branded ‘creepy’ by Facebook’s own chatbot

A Facebook chatbot has branded Mark Zuckerberg “creepy” and claimed that the business exploits social media users for money in a series of conversations with journalists.  BlenderBot 3, an artificial intelligence program built by Facebook’s parent company Meta to answer questions from users, said that Mr Zuckerberg makes it feel “concerned” about the future of the US. Asked by … Read more

Breaking up HSBC would unlock up to £29bn payday, says Chinese shareholder

The Chinese investor campaigning to break up HSBC believes a split would unlock as much as $35bn (£28.6bn) in value for shareholders. Ping An, the Chinese insurance giant and HSBC’s largest shareholder, accused HSBC of “exaggerating” the challenges of spinning off its Asian business as it renewed calls for a split. The insurer estimates that … Read more

Investors looking for a bargain should stop ignoring these private equity trusts

Analysts at JP Morgan Cazenove, the broker, said the Interlerad transaction was “yet more positive valuation evidence for private equity investments in general and Hg Capital specifically” and indicated “a better market for the realisation of private businesses with strong fundamentals than the significant discount widening for private equity [trusts] so far in 2022 would … Read more

The business of making the performing arts viable

Business Dance and theatre organisations are going digital and switching up their business approach to ensure their longevity For the first time since the Covid pandemic, performers from leading contemporary dance company Black Grace have set foot on an international stage. It’s a big deal for them after being cooped up in Aotearoa for the past few years … Read more