16 Feb 2018

Celebrating opportunity on Lunar New Year

Tony Field | bluenotes contributor

We speak to an SME owner on celebrating a life and business in NZ in the Year of the Dog.

16 Feb 2018

INFOGRAPHIC: around the world (for good)

Harry Cunningham | bluenotes contributor

We take a look at the anatomy of a fundraiser which raised $NZ56,000 over 26,000 kilometres.

15 Feb 2018

Asia’s $A110bn emerging opportunity

Jan Bellens | Global Emerging Markets Leader, EY

Tech advances in emerging markets are opening up a significant growth opportunity for banks.

13 Feb 2018

Q&A: trust & the social executive

Shayne Elliott & Craig Mullaney | CEO, ANZ & Strategic Partner Development, Facebook

How can leaders do their job effectively in the era of social media? ANZ’s Shayne Elliott and Facebook’s Craig Mullaney share insights.

15 Feb 2018

LONGREAD: boomerang execs come back around

Jessica Mudditt | Freelance Journalist

Will returning executives become the next C-suite trend? There are reasons markets like Australia have never embraced the idea.

14 Feb 2018

Competition and/or stability in banking?

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

The challenge for policymakers is to ensure disruption benefits the economy and doesn’t break it.

14 Feb 2018

INTERACTIVE: million-dollar Valentine

Catriona Noble | Managing Director Retail Distribution Australia, ANZ

Australians lost close to $A9 million in the six months leading up to Valentine’s Day.

12 Feb 2018

China’s savings, offshore investment, in charts

Raymond Yeung & Kaushik Baidya | Chief Economist Greater China & Economist, ANZ

The domestic Chinese environment is becoming less supportive of low-risk investments.

12 Feb 2018

How to keep a customer

Nigel Bowen | Freelance journalist

Winning a customer is hard. Keeping them is harder. Here are seven ways to do so.

12 Feb 2018

The importance of diversity, inclusion & respect at work

Reina Webster-Iti | bluenotes contributor

As we celebrate Auckland Pride, we chat to an ANZ staff member about how important it is to have support at work.

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08 Feb 2018

New world order: Trump, trade & the TPP

Tony Walker | Author and Former Editor

US involvement in the new TPP would not be simple given the remaining participants have re-negotiated its terms.

08 Feb 2018

Six retail trends for 2018

Gabrielle Mitchell | bluenotes contributor

Omnichannel is back. People still want to touch an item before they buy it.

06 Feb 2018

David Thodey on culture, leadership & change

Paul Presland | GM Retail Distribution Network, ANZ

Former Telstra CEO chats on podcast about the importance of putting the customer at the centre of your culture.

06 Feb 2018

Six must-have skills for leaders in the digital economy

Leo D'Angelo Fisher | Freelance journalist

The idea technology is something which happens in the IT department won’t cut it anymore.

07 Feb 2018

When sharper credit's too sharp

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Well-intentioned but comprehensive credit reporting comes with risks for everyone. How do we handle it with care?

08 Feb 2018

Good times fade away on markets

Mark Rider | Chief Investment Officer, ANZ Wealth

Crashes aside, don’t expect a repeat of the double-digit market returns of 2017.

05 Feb 2018

Ice cream of the crop

Briar McCormack | New Zealand editor

We chat to two entrepreneurs looking to bring a new ice age to NZ.

06 Feb 2018

On the other side of the internet (there is a person)

Lynwen Connick | CISO, ANZ

On Safer Internet day, it’s important to educate ourselves and our kids on using the internet safely – but the tools we use also have role.

05 Feb 2018

The new commandments for online

Erica Hardinge | Head of Security Enablement, ANZ

We’re learning more about the impact of the dark side of the net on our kids.

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As clear as the nose on your face (sixthtone)

Railway police in China are using facial recognition eyewear to screen passengers. It’s all a tad dystopian.

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Kiwi skier and Olympic flag-bearer, Wells shares photos on travel, competition and his Olympic journey.


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