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UK CFOs concerned over digital acceleration, survey finds
CFOs and senior finance professionals have voiced serious concerns over digital acceleration and AI integration, according to a new survey by Aurum Solutions.
CFOs voice concerns over digital acceleration & AI in finance
A OnePoll survey reveals CFOs and senior finance professionals express serious concern over rapid digitalisation, AI's impact on jobs, and the UK's evolving political landscape.
Finance Minister Willis calls for fiscal transparency
Finance minister, Nicola Willis, proposes new fiscal measures aimed to boost transparency while criticising the previous government's management strategies.
How NZ Labour crushed the National Party on Facebook
National Party's broad, varied Facebook campaign may have contributed to their election loss, says digital marketing expert.
Cheese rolls & eye-rolls: Twitter reacts to #NZBudget2018
Yesterday was Budget Day, and since our Labour-led government released its first budget, Twitter has been afire with responses.
Education Minister announces funding to draw STEM teachers
Education Minister Nikki Kaye has announced a $5.2 million funding boost for Teach First NZ to train more teachers in STEM subjects.
Creative accounting? Labour questions Phase 2 of govt's UFB plan
Labour's ICT spokesperson questions where the money is coming from for New Zealand's second phase of the UFB programme.
Labour: Pasifika Education Centre doomed
Labour slams government for spurning funding bid, foreseeing the demise of the vital Pasifika Education Centre.
Labour slams controversial 100k BYOD donation
The Labour Party is accusing the Govt of ignoring inequalities caused by BYOD after a controversial 100k donation to Wakatipu High School.
Labour wants coding to be part of core curriculum
The Labour Party kicked off its Future of Work conference this week, announcing 10 Big Ideas. Amongst the ideas are several points about education.
Labour’s big ideas
The Labour Party has announced 10 Big Ideas as part of its Future of Work conference held in Auckland this week, with technology playing a big role.
WINZ IT system has serious issues, says Labour
Labour Party calls for urgent fix to the WINZ IT system, saying it is preventing access to support for superannuitants and beneficiaries.
The 21st century ICT race is on, says Labour
New Zealand urged to capitalize on global tech opportunities amid growing competition, says Labour's ICT spokesperson.
More fees further undermine 'free' education, Labour says
Charging parents for school enrolment ballots is unfair, says New Zealand's Labour Party, as it criticises fees for out-of-zone students.
Joyce hits back at Labour over expenditure criticism
Economic Dev Minister hits back at Labour Party over criticism of $200k app; says it will save printing costs.
Classic Joyce: Labour scolds Govt's 'culture of extravagance'
Labour Party criticizes Steven Joyce for spending $200,000 on an app downloaded only 1000 times. Party calls it a waste of taxpayer money.
Labour scoffs at KiwiRail's cyber security fail
Labour Party criticises KiwiRail's cyber security, saying the test website was left open to the public allowing free bookings.
Labour Party continues to bag on rural broadband initiative
The Labour Party says Minister Amy Adams is currently trying to contain the fallout from the Government’s $300 million rural broadband scheme.
Government dragging its heels with Kiwi internet problems
Labour slams Govt for neglecting rural Kiwi internet, as upgrades are postponed for fibre review.
Labour poses the question: Are we ready for the Future of Work?
Labour releases discussion paper on the Future of Work Commission, exploring the impact of technology on New Zealand's workforce.
Labour Party to make SMBs a priority
Labour's Jacinda Ardern zeroes in on bolstering support for Kiwi SMEs, inspired by fruitful discussions with Flow Software.
Labour: Rural broadband initiative 'massive policy failure'
Labour slams Govt as rural broadband scheme labelled 'wasted expenditure' and faces no inquiry.
Maori TV: has editorial independence been compromised?
The Labour Party is calling for assurance on Maori TV editorial independence following the shock resignation of Mihingarangi Forbes last week.
National 'won't walk away' from SkyCity convention centre deal, says Little
The government will do whatever it can to ensure the Auckland convention centre is built under a deal with SkyCity Entertainment Group, said Labour.