Not everyone wants a thinner, lighter noteboook computer, says Arthur Goldstuck.
Afrikaner upliftment holds valuable lessons for SA today, says Leopold Scholtz.
If trade unions work together they can bring about real change, says Terry Bell.
Prosecutors probing state-backed Italian firm Eni over the purchase of a Nigerian oil field allege that half the $1.1bn paid has been used to bribe politicians.
A $94 000 bonus for the World Bank's finance chief, disclosed in an internal blog, is drawing criticism from staff who are questioning it, amid budget cuts.
"Things are always unnoticed, until they're noticed," Tesco chairperson says on how the retailer has failed to spot a £250m sized hole in its first-half profits.
South African Airways is again seeking government support, two years after it was granted R5bn in loan guarantees.
Lightly regulated "shadow banking" has grown to huge proportions in the global financial system and increasingly poses a risk to stability, says the IMF.
Less than a year after ending an annual supply contract with its main buyer, Amplats is struggling to implement a new strategy of selling directly to end-users.
Old Mutual Plc has announced the sale of Skandia Germany and Skandia Austria to Heidelberger Leben Group.
PepsiCo is for the first time introducing a product exclusively through Amazon.com as the snack and soft drink maker aims to expand its footprint in e-commerce.
JPMorgan Chase will face a US class-action lawsuit over the sale of $10bn worth of allegedly falsely valued mortgage bonds before the financial crisis.
Billionaire businessman Mark Shuttleworth has won his appeal against the SA Reserve Bank and has been awarded R250m with interest by the court of appeal.
Bonatla Property has advised that the earnings per share for the period ended June 30 2014 are expected to move from an earnings position to a loss position.
Deposit surplus money into your home loan for a smart and tax-friendly way to save.
A new property owner shares inside information about her house hunting expedition.
Entrepreneurs need to change the way they relate to clients, says an expert.
Want to change to another medical scheme? Here's how to do it.
Buying a Mandela medallion to make a quick buck could cost you dearly.
A user questions the common rule law on debt as his worker's debt goes up, not down.
Your tech idea has little or no value until someone can extract its commercial value.
What exactly do you get when you opt for a hospital plan? Susan Erasmus explains.
Sustainably high oil prices have lured small oil explorers back to Alsace, the cradle of the French oil exploration industry.
Britain's financial watchdog has launched a full investigation into the Tesco accounting
scandal that has now wiped £4bn from the grocer's stock market value.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung is to build a production plant in Vietnam for around $560m, says the company.
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