Monkeys become less social with age, report

According to a new research, Monkeys' social circles generally becomes smaller as they age, much like that of humans.

The researchers believe that the finding might help shed some light on human behaviour. The team studied the social behaviour in more than 100 Barbary macaque monkeys housed in an enclosed 50-acre park in southern France. The monkeys were in the age group of 4 to 29. The age of 29 is equal to about 105 in human years, according to researchers.

Gannett Acquiring ReachLocal for $156 Million

After the long pursuit for a takeover of Tribune Publishing, Gannett Company, the publisher of USA Today said it would acquire ReachLocal, the digital marketing services company for $156 million.

Tysons Corner, Virginia based Garnett would pay cash $4.60 a share which is close to 190 percent premium to ReachLocal's closing share price on Friday.

In May Trade Gap Increases for International Goods in the U.S

In May, the trade gap in the U. S for international goods inflated to its highest in last four months, showed reports from the Census Bureau on Monday.

With the current global with United Kingdom's decision to exit the European Union, the dollar is pushing higher up. That according to analysts that does not make it easy for the goods shortfall to take a turnaround in the near future.

Reports Say Lyft has Hired Qatalyst to Explore Deals

The competition between the ride hailing service providers is getting hotter by the day with each one looking forward to tap more funding.

In the most recent developments reported, Lyft, Uber's biggest rival in the U.S has said to have hired M&A banker Qatalyst Partners suggesting that the company might be looking for some more funding from the investors. It might also be possible that Lyft could also be looking for an acquirer to buy it, but that's just an assumption some people are making.

Police frustrated after premises fail alcohol purchase operation

The police in Auckland City District have expressed frustration and disappointment after several premises failed controlled-purchased operation targeting under-age drinking.

The police officials said that six premises failed the weekend controlled-purchased operation that was to target under aged drinkers in the city. The police said that all the six premises visited during the operation were located in Eastern area of the City, including Onehunga and Epsom.

British Websites might Attract More Kiwi Online Shoppers as the Pound Drops

Does a Brexit mean more New Zealand shoppers will flock the British websites as the shocking decision pushed the pound down?

The British currency has already slid after Friday's vote favoring 'Brexit' which made the New Zealand dollar move up 8 percent or 4 pence vs. the pound to 52.75 pence in the afternoon as the week started.

In May New Zealand’s Export and Import Both have a Wider Surplus

Figures posted on Monday showed that in May, New Zealand had a fifth consecutive monthly surplus of goods trade.

The figures from the Statistics New Zealand showed a wider than expected trade surplus for the previous month as both exports and imports proved to be stronger than the earlier forecast.

NZX Opens on NZME at 85 cents on Monday Putting its Value at $167 million

Shares of New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) opened on the NZX stock exchange at 85 cents on Monday, putting the company's value at $167 million.

The newspaper, radio, outdoor advertising and digital media business in New Zealand is also the publisher of The New Zealand Herald. It was earlier owned by APN News & Media of Australia, but now has been spun off as an independent New Zealand business.