Why banks need to boost their cybersecurity investments
31 March 2023
The desire for banks to free-ride on the contributions of others in relation to collective security means that many underinvest in cybersecurity, according to a recent paper.
From Business School to bridal fashion: Katie Yeung on how she designed her dream business
29 March 2023
Business School alumna Katie Yeung shares her journey to establishing her leading bridal labels Hera Couture and Daisy by Katie Yeung.
2023 Kupe Leadership Scholars announced
29 March 2023
Students from across the University are undertaking an exciting experience of personal growth and challenge this year thanks to a Kupe Leadership Scholarship.
ChatGPT and the future of work
28 March 2023
Opinion: Artificial intelligence is here with a vengeance, and skills such as creativity and critical thinking are becoming even more valuable, say Alex Sims and Dulani Jayasuriya.
When the storms strike: balancing social costs with private interests
23 March 2023
Opinion: The future of flood recovery should be adaptive, says emeritus professor Basil Sharp.
University staff honoured at 2023 NZ HR Awards
16 March 2023
Staff members from across the University of Auckland were honoured at the 2023 NZ HR Awards.
Why ChatGPT matters more than you think
14 March 2023
Opinion: For the first time, writes Paul Geertsema, we have an entity that is clearly both artificial and apparently intelligent – something approaching true AI.
Food waste: how messaging can help us clean up our act
9 March 2023
A recent study explores effective ways to influence people's intentions and behaviours to reduce household food waste.
Women, allyship and equity in financial literacy
8 March 2023
Legitimacy in business, advice for female entrepreneurs, allyship and equity in financial literacy are just a few of the topics discussed in an interview with Girls That Invest founder Simran Kaur for International Women's Day.
Climate fiddling while Rome burns
3 March 2023
Opinion: The Natural Hazards Insurance Act 2023 is a masterpiece of convolution and only covers flood damage to land. What about other climate-change-induced events, asks Chris Nicoll.
Fresh voice of Hala Barakat: student rep on University Council
1 March 2023
Like AUSA president Alan Shaker, Hala Barakat has Iraqi heritage, and says it has a big influence on the path she's taking.
Fantastic four finish first in international business competition
1 March 2023
A Business School team took out the Marshall International Case Competition, held on the University of Southern California campus this February.