Chris Quin stories
Foodstuffs trialling an expansion of facial recognition tech to further stores
Foodstuffs admits using facial recognition in some NZ stores, facing criticism while expanding technology trial.
Chris Quin hands over Spark CEO position to Jason Paris
As of today Jason Paris is the acting CEO of Spark Home, Mobile and Business (HMB). Former CEO Chris Quin’s last day was June 30.
Spark Digital focuses on cloud and data centres with new leadership
Spark Digital bolsters cloud strategy, appointing Mike Smith to pioneer its data centre and cloud services.
Chris Quin leaves Spark after nearly 25 years
Craig Young, TUANZ chief executive, says Quin’s open leadership, experience and general ability took Spark through some interesting times.
MARKET CLOSE: NZX 50 rises to record again; Meridian paces yield stocks higher
New Zealand shares rose, pushing the NZX 50 Index to a record, as low interest rates spurred investors to seek out companies paying reliable divide.
Telecom warns Kiwis over Yahoo Xtra spam attacks
Telecom Retail CEO Chris Quin is today warning Yahoo Xtra customers about a spam email circulating around some Yahoo Xtra email accounts.
Telecom to extend smartphone network by xmas
Telco firm to begin rolling out dual-carrier HSDPA to New Zealanders by Christmas as shareholders re-elect directors to the board.
Chris Quin becomes Telecom Retail CEO
Gen-i Australia CEO takes on new role within Telecom's Retail business unit to fight for market shares in broadband and mobile.
Telecom Business CEO resigns
Telecommunications company in search for new chief executive following the departure of Alan Gourdie.
Simon Moutter appointed CEO of Telecom
Head of Auckland International Airport to take over from Paul Reynolds as of September 1.
Fibre Watch: Hybrid hurdles
Gen-i boss Chris Quin delivers a warning on hybrid copper/fibre networks and the complexity of having several companies building the UFB network.
Westpac joins NZICT board
Westpac GM of Customer and Technology Services, David Boyes, has joined the NZICT board as an Independent Director.
Telecom revenue falls 7.7%
CEO Paul Reynolds says increased competition, economic slowdown, regulatory interventions and XT network issues are behind the drop in revenue.
NZICT announces two new board members
The organisation today announced that Gen-i CEO Chris Quin and Dell NZ Country Manager Mike Hill will join the NZICT board.
Telecom apologises for ongoing XT outage
Telecom is apologising for a massive outage that continues to affect the XT Network south of Taupo today, blaming it on a 'technical fault'.