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The recently listed tech company has triggered another payment from Barclays. With special feature audio. 

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Intueri retains support of lender ANZ

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NZX providing guidelines on definition of market manipulation

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NZX is meeting with brokers to better define market manipulation but the FMA may not be involved.

Milford sells down Wynyard as shares slump

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Milford Asset Management has reduced its holding in crime fighting software company taking its ownership to 5.7 percent from 7.6 percent in December last year.

Editor's Insight: Traffic lights signal progress on government's major projects

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Seadragon's talks with new cornerstone investor collapse

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Seadragon has warned investors that preliminary talks with a potential new cornerstone investor have failed.

Shareholders approve completing $400m Central Plains irrigation scheme in 2018

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The second stage of a major South Canterbury irrigation scheme will be finished by September 2018 after unanimous support from shareholders.

Hellaby board sees 'significantly' more value in company than Bapcor's $322.5m bid, managing director says

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Hellaby Holdings' board sees more value in the "opportunistic" $322.5 million takeover bid on the table from Australia's Bapcor, managing director Alan Clarke says.

Foreign Affairs: Moving borders in the Balkans is a bad idea

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OceanaGold seeks explanation after Philippines govt criticism of Didipio

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OceanaGold says its Didipio site has been confused with another company's operations that could be suspended because of outstanding social issues.

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