Bendigo IT directors, Ian Gillard and Marie Denham, have sold the company to Bendigo-based network services provider, Maxsum Solutions, for an undisclosed amount.
Dicker Data has confirmed the completion of its $65.5 million purchase of competing distributor, Express Data
Telecom will sell its 60 per cent stake in Telecom Cook Islands to Digicel for about $NZ23 million.
TPG finished the first financial half of 2014 (ended January 31) with a net profit after tax of $90.1 million, a 15 per cent increase over the previous corresponding period.
Dicker Data shareholders have rubber stamped the finance and purchase of competing distributor, Express Data.
Wholesale telecommunications provider, Inabox, has reported a consolidated net profit after tax (NPAT) of $471,344 for the first half of fiscal 2014, down 23.3 per cent.
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