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Last updated on Monday 10 April 2017
Massey University's business experts are often sought out for their expertise and opinions on topical issues. Here are highlights of the latest interviews and commentary in the news.
The latest Massey Home Affordability Report was released this week and was covered by stuff.co.nz, Timaru Herald, NZ Advisor, Otago Daily Times, Newsroom, Landlords.co.nz and the Manawatu Standard, with commentary from Associate Professor Graham Squires. Dr Squires was also interviewed on Radio NZ and RadioLive’s Drive Show and by World TV.
Associate Professor David Tripe was quoted in an NBR cover story about the Reserve Bank’s treatment of Kiwibank when it said the bank had significantly less capital than previously thought. Dr Tripe was quoted in a Dominion Post, Nelson Mail and Taranaki Daily News article about the future of eftpos in the face of new contactless technologies.
Dr Claire Matthews was quoted in a Taranaki Daily News article about banks offering better rated to more credit-worthy customers.
John Murrie, senior tutor from the School of Aviation, featured on the TravelTV podcast talking about planes can’t fly in fog after hundreds were stranded at Wellington airport.
A Sunday Star-Times business feature looking at the cost of living in retirement discussed the Fin-Ed Centre’s Retirement Expenditure Guidelines.
Massey MBA graduate Vicki Caisley was profiled in the business section of the NZ Herald for the wellbeing programme she has created at Southern Cross that is delivering the business many benefits.