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Three high-profile departures flagged - Otago Daily Times;

Three high-profile departures flagged - Otago Daily Times

Otago Daily TimesThree high-profile departures flaggedOtago Daily TimesTwo high-profile chief executives yesterday announced their intentions to leave their jobs next year and a Mercury director will leave the board in November. New Zealand Post chief executive Brian Roche's departure was announced by his chairman, ...and more »

Chorus profit stable at NZ$91m on copper pricing decision - ZDNet;

Chorus profit stable at NZ$91m on copper pricing decision - ZDNet

ZDNetChorus profit stable at NZ$91m on copper pricing decisionZDNetNew Zealand fixed-line telecommunications provider Chorus has announced its full-year financial results for 2015-16, reporting earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA) of NZ$594 million, down by NZ$8 million due to the ...and more »

Chorus full-year profit flat - Radio New Zealand;

Chorus full-year profit flat - Radio New Zealand

Radio New ZealandChorus full-year profit flatRadio New ZealandTelecommunications network operator Chorus has reported a flat full-year profit as a fall in fixed line business was offset by increased broadband connections. no caption. Chorus wants to hire another 250 staff by the end of the year. Photo: RNZ.and more »

Chorus CEO stepping down - New Zealand Herald

Chorus CEO stepping downNew Zealand HeraldMark Ratcliffe will be stepping down from the position as chief executive of Chorus around the middle of next year. Chief executive of Chorus Mark Ratcliffe has announced he will step down from the role around the middle of next year. Ratcliffe was CEO ...and more »

Chorus chief executive Mark Ratcliffe won't seek another full-time role - Stuff.co.nz;

Chorus chief executive Mark Ratcliffe won't seek another full-time role - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzChorus chief executive Mark Ratcliffe won't seek another full-time roleStuff.co.nzMark Ratcliffe has been an industry survivor, who negotiated the transition from Gattung-era Telecom to the new world of 'structural separation' and UFB. Telecommunications industry survivor Mark Ratcliffe says he is not intending to take another full ...and more »