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FY / Financial Year stories - Page 2

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Trade Me unpacks its results for the financial year
Tue, 23rd Aug 2016
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Trade Me, the online marketplace, has announced a 9.2% increase in revenue to $218m for the past year, in line with expectations.
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Lenovo begins its new fiscal year with a difficult quarter
Tue, 23rd Aug 2016
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pc hardware
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colocation
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After acquiring Motorola and IBM’s System x server business, Lenovo’s fiscal 1Q17/calendar 2Q16 earnings revealed lingering growing pains.
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Data#3 profit surges as $1 billion revenue mark looms
Mon, 22nd Aug 2016
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Data#3's profits soar by 30.4%, poised to hit a £1bn revenue as it pivots towards service-centric IT solutions amidst a tech evolution.
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Webroot's double digit road to success
Tue, 16th Aug 2016
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cloud services
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ai security
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Webroot sees double-digit YoY bookings growth, driven by MSPs, partnerships and market share in consumer segment.
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Solid services growth helping Data#3 to increased profit
Mon, 1st Aug 2016
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cloud services
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public sector
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Data#3 says it expects to see a 25% increase in profit for FY16 on the back of solid services growth and strong core performance.
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DocuSign doubles customer base as Australian businesses embrace digital
Mon, 25th Jul 2016
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Since launching in Australia two years ago, DocuSign’s customer base has grown to more than 1,000 local customers.
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Microsoft fourth quarter earnings release - what you need to know
Wed, 20th Jul 2016
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cloud services
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Microsoft’s results for the fourth quarter are out and because of cloud business the company's shares have reportedly jumped over 3% since the release.
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NEXTDC pursues further growth on the back of rising data center demand
Thu, 18th Feb 2016
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colocation
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data centre operators
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Data center services provider, NEXTDC, has reported a 51% growth in revenue, with plans to pursue further growth on the back of rising demand.
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JB Hi-Fi Kiwi sales, profit up
Wed, 10th Feb 2016
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JB Hi-Fi's fortunes are in sharp contrast to its competitor Dick Smith, with sales and profit up for JB Hi-Fi's New Zealand business.
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Empired denies leak as ASX questions share drop
Fri, 22nd Jan 2016
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Empired has been forced to respond to questions from the ASX after its share price dropped and trading volumes soared.
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Empired inks $10m Victoria DET deal
Tue, 17th Nov 2015
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Empired has secured a $10m services contract with the Victoria Department of Education and Training to provide infrastructure technical services.
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Aussie tech solutions firm Diversus records strongest year yet
Tue, 1st Sep 2015
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Business and technology solutions firm Diversus has recorded its strongest financial year yet with strong indications revenue will double in FY 2016.
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UXC caps bumper year with record revenue and solid profit gains
Fri, 21st Aug 2015
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UXC posts record revenue for the 2015 financial year, with annuity business paying dividends – and 53% of full year FY16 revenue already confirmed.
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JB Hi-Fi NZ earnings drop 50% on skinnier margins, flat sales
Mon, 10th Aug 2015
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JB Hi-Fi's New Zealand earnings halved in the latest financial year as the Australian retailer's margins shrank and sales were little changed.
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NZ govt gives up chasing NextWindow R&D grants
Fri, 5th Jun 2015
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physical security
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intellectual property
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The government has given up on trying to claw back $3.9 million in research and development grants paid to failed touchscreen developer NextWindow.
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Anzco posts weaker 2014 profit after taking control of Five Star Beef
Tue, 31st Mar 2015
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Anzco Foods, New Zealand's third-largest meat company, said profit halved in 2014, a year in which it bought out shareholder Itoham Foods' half stake.
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MetService expects FY earnings to drop on delay in inking new MoT contract
Thu, 26th Mar 2015
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investment
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ministry of transport
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Meteorological Service of New Zealand, the state-owned weather bureau, says annual earnings will be $2 million less than estimated because of delays f.
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Airways 1H earnings fall 36% as new businesses miss forecasts, costs rise
Fri, 13th Mar 2015
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Airways Corp of New Zealand, which is in charge of the nation's air traffic control, posted a 36 percent decline in first half profit as its investmen.
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NZ govt posts small surplus in 7 mths to January as tax take swells
Wed, 11th Mar 2015
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The New Zealand government posted a small operating surplus in the seven months through January as tax revenue beat expectations, while costs were sma.
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Solid Energy delays first-half report, says future coal price weights on debt repayment
Fri, 27th Feb 2015
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power / energy
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renewable energy
Solid Energy, the state-owned coal miner whose chair Pip Dunphy stepped down this week, will delay reporting its first-half accounts.
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UPDATE: IAG's NZ unit doubles 1H profit, lifts premiums on Lumley acquisition
Wed, 18th Feb 2015
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Insurance Australia Group's New Zealand unit, the country's biggest general insurer, more than doubled first-half profit and lifted gross written p.
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Property For Industry expects to pay more of its earnings in dividends in 2015
Tue, 17th Feb 2015
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investment
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Property For Industry, New Zealand's only listed company specialising in industrial property, expects to pay more of its earnings in dividends in t.
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Nufarm plans to consolidate European plants, take 30M euro charge
Mon, 9th Feb 2015
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nz
Nufarm, the agricultural chemicals manufacturer, will take a 30 million euro charge this year to consolidate its European manufacturing operations.
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PGG Wrightson reaffirms 2015 earnings growth, signs of weak dairy weighing on market
Mon, 22nd Dec 2014
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christchurch
PGG Wrightson, the rural services firm controlled by China's Agria Corp, has affirmed expectations for earnings growth in 2015 but is seeing 'signs.