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Production innovation: Things that stop people stealing your stuff

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  • November 4, 2016
  • Caitlin Salter
Production innovation: Things that stop people stealing your stuff

As humans, we arm ourselves to prevent the worst. New high-tech innovations are only making it easier to protect possessions against theft. Caitlin Salter takes a look at some of the most creative products on the market that help fight against theft.

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The reason why Coke tastes better out of a glass bottle

  • Opinion
  • May 26, 2016
  • Andrew Lewis
The reason why Coke tastes better out of a glass bottle

As sure as grass is green and water is wet, TRA managing director Andrew Lewis says that Coke tastes better in a glass bottle than it does in a plastic one. He explains the thought process behind this and how this can apply to marketing strategies.

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Hot cross creations and other Easter inspired treats

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  • March 29, 2016
  • StopPress Team
Hot cross creations and other Easter inspired treats

While we all tucked into hot cross buns over the long weekend, around the world people enjoyed the Easter tradition in a variety of food forms, including an Easter-flavoured gin.

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Zavy and The Register have worked together to create a scoreboard that compares how the top 25 traditional media advertising spenders in New Zealand have performed on social media over the past 30 days, updated in real time.

 
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Tesla denies customer a car for being rude

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  • February 4, 2016
  • The Register team
Tesla denies customer a car for being rude

Who said the customer is always right? For years customer service workers have had to deal with rude customers, receiving abuse with smiles on their faces, because of that silly old saying which has been beaten into them by their superiors. But Tesla has just proved that for its brand, the saying is irrelevant, and if the customer is going to throw a paddy, then it ain't going to get the goods.

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