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- How to have a US iTunes account on your iPad, iPhone, Apple TV
- Free Rice: Addictive, but is it a scam?
- Comparing New Zealand to The United States.
- Why living in NZ sucks, and how you can profit
- Where does the NZ Government get money?
- BNZ Sucks: Verified by Visa sucks
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- BNZ doesn't get it. Time to change banks
- @_jjw_ generally best to email. Lance@lancewiggs.com. Offline until mod Sept. • 3 hours ago
- @bradmac_nz @rowansimpson find more customers, put the prices up...... and offer investors a deal they can't refuse. • 5 hours ago
- @rowansimpson absolutely yes there are usually things to fix. Eg. Better by Capital now sits before 'finding funds' for NZTE clients. • 5 hours ago
- @rowansimpson we have different lenses on the range of companies out there. Plenty wanting a few million that are interesting. • 5 hours ago
- The Italians really are design leaders in POS technology. 2nd time today: @vendhq take note. http://t.co/M6R9018tdg • 6 hours ago
- @rowansimpson lol. Companies with customers are much easier to fund - yes. But funding is no walk in the park even for some awesome ones. • 6 hours ago
- @_jjw_ we don't need two jetstars, though I agree with the general point that acting in the best interests of shareholders is more than $$ • 6 hours ago
- RT @doglikesparky: A brand is a gut feeling about a product or service. It's not what you say it is, it's what they say it is. Marty Neumei… • 6 hours ago
- @rowansimpson the companies you've invested in are by definition onto another, second order, problem, or have failed. Capital hard for most • 6 hours ago
- Thinking these guys need an upgrade to @vendhq http://t.co/NRSLpmEcL9 • 13 hours ago
DisclaimerThese opinions are my own.
Category Archives: NZ Business
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