Accelerator helps social enterprises get marginalised employees into work
Launchpad Work is an accelerator for enterprises wanting to provide jobs or training for those who face the greatest barriers to work.
FMA found nothing untoward in SkyCity share trading before casino statement
The Financial Markets Authority says it found nothing of concern in trading of SkyCity Entertainment Group shares ahead of a government announcement t
SkyCity backs down, will stick to $402m convention centre budget
Casino and hoospitality operator SkyCity Entertainment will go back to the drawing board to design an international convention centre for Auckland
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise led by Air NZ on falling fuel costs; SkyCity gains on 1H
New Zealand shares rose, led by Air New Zealand on falling fuel prices.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise; SkyCity gains on Key's hint of convention funding
New Zealand shares rose, paced by Sky City Entertainment Group after Prime Minister John Key said he wouldn't rule out government funding to help i
SkyCity's big spending plans may not deliver enough to earnings, investors say
SkyCity Entertainment Group, which has earmarked $800 million to expand and upgrade its Auckland and Adelaide businesses by 2020, has yet to convin
Sky City 1H profit falls 11% as Adelaide weighs
Sky City Entertainment Group, New Zealand's only listed casino company, posted an 11 percent decline in first-half profit as it got less benefit th
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
SkyCity cut to 'sell' by Craigs, citing lack of return and high risk
SkyCity Entertainment Group was downgraded to 'sell' from 'hold' by Craigs Investment Partners, reflecting that the brokerage doesn't expect shares
Auckland convention centre cost jumps by a fifth
SkyCity Entertainment Group, the casino and hotel operator, is in talks with the government on how to fund the increased cost of as much as $130 mi
Skycity opts for single-vendor infrastructure strategy
Looking for the advantages of interoperability, economies of scale and a single point for issue resolution, Skycity has chosen HP to meet much of its IT infrastructure requirements.
Interview: SkyCity CIO Mike Clarke
Mike Clarke, CIO of SkyCity, talks to Henrietta Kjaer about the challenges of managing staff and technology in a 24/7 operation.
Conference delivers knowledge to industry
The third annual CCiNZ Conference and Awards was held on 2 September 2011 at the SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre with around 155 people attending.