'The whole model is basically broken' – Hugh Rennie on why ‘StuffMe’ merger would only exacerbate existing stuff-ups
'It's a business model that makes no sense at all – like a baker giving away free bread today so you can buy stale bread tomorrow.'
Nick Grant Fri, 23 Dec 2016
Hugh Rennie QC is best known for his legal career but he’s actually a print-stained wretch at heart, having been editor of Victoria University newspaper Salient in the 1960s and one of the founders of The National Business Review in 1970.
Recently Mr Rennie stopped by NBR’s Auckland head office
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