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Companies won't solve Britain's dire productivity problem unless they invest in workforce development and "smarter" working practices, says an industry body.
US factory activity has picked up, providing fresh evidence the economy has been gathering solid momentum after contracting at the of the year.
The global market for internet video pornography is set to grow by 55% as people in developing countries come online, new research has found.
Oil prices have recovered after the Iran nuclear talks were extended until July 7, giving oversupplied markets a breather.
US stocks have lifted, following European equities higher on hopes for a deal with Greece as US data showed private-sector hiring accelerated in June.
Asian markets have tracked global stocks higher on hopes for a deal to keep Greece in the eurozone, but Shanghai tumbled again.
Stephen Koseff, chief executive officer of Investec, received R56.9m in salary and bonus for the fiscal year ended in March, a 23% increase from a year earlier.
Human activity is leading to a decline in the variety of plants and animals through extinction, as organisms not useful to human needs are killed off, according to a new study.