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Intuit chairman and chief executive Brad Smith said “There’s no fundamental weakness in the business itself."

Intuit says it’s rating higher with users but subscriber growth slows

Tue 21 Nov

Intuit aims for annual growth in QuickBooks online subscribers between 35% and 42%.

InternetNZ chief executive Jordan Carter says "Changes to the US rules won't have any direct effect in New Zealand but might mean innovation in new services slows down in the US."

Trump plan to end net neutrality expected this week: how it will impact NZ

Tue 21 Nov

A move by the FCC will reshape the internet, and have ripples beyond the US.

Pushpay co-founder and chief executive Chris Heaslip

Pushpay hits $1b valuation as shares surge to new high

Mon 20 Nov 10

NZX-listed mobile payment company officially claims “unicorn” status.

Property Institute chief executive Ashley Church says to not borrow based on your CV
The Tesla Semi: pending competition for everyone from traditional truck makers to the likes of NZX-listed Eroad and Tesla co-founder Ian Wright's Wrightspeed

Tesla unveils semi truck, super car

Sat 18 Nov 41

Competition for traditional truck makers, but also the likes of NZX-listed Eroad, Selwyn Pellett's Coretex and Ian Wright's Wrightspeed. PLUS: Auckland service centre update.

Commentator Ben Kepes says Reckon's "Jurassic" software of little interest to MYOB.

Decoding the MYOB-Reckon deal

Fri 17 Nov

Xero’s arch regional rival makes an interesting play.

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