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Culture change from below is the only way to overcome poverty, says Leopold Scholtz.
After the tech euphoria of 2013, the fast-moving sector has hit a speed bump.
Russia's Gazprom has slapped Ukraine energy firm with an additional gas bill more than five times its previous claim, ratcheting up pressure on Kiev.
Privately-owned British airline Virgin Atlantic says its annual loss narrowed by 50% in 2013, on track to return to profitability by the end of this year.
MTN has reported slower growth in subscriber numbers for the first quarter after it disconnected nearly a million unprofitable users, sending its shares lower.
Swiss pharmaceuticals giant Novartis has posted a jump in first-quarter net profit, driven largely by the sale of a blood transfusion diagnostics unit.
British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has announced a halving of net profits in the first quarter, following the loss of exclusivity for key drugs.
More women in the mining industry would mean fewer strikes, because they would firstly think of having a salary to provide for their children, says an expert.
Anglo American has posted an increase in its copper and iron ore production in the first quarter of 2014, but its platinum output slumped.
Premier Foods, the British maker of Mr Kipling cakes and Bisto gravy, says a tough
grocery market and the timing of Easter hit sales in its first quarter.
Apple has approved another $30bn in share buybacks till the end of 2015 and authorised a rarely seen seven-for-one stock split.
Facebook profits have nearly tripled in the first quarter on a 72% surge in revenues, helped by gains in mobile users and mobile advertising.
The US Food and Drug Administration has proposed rules that would ban the
sale of e-cigarettes to anyone under 18.
Your slogan encapsulates the essence of what your company is about, says an expert.
A Fin24 user wants to know the tax implications of becoming an independent contractor.
Debt hunger has become stronger even as many people face insolvency, says an expert.
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Taxpayers must ensure their Sars affairs are in order.
Advice for a Fin24 user on how to deal with an incompetent debt counsellor.
A user has observed shrinkflation since the1970s and says it's nothing new.
A Fin24 user overcame his unemployment crisis by taking matters into his own hands.
South African wool prices have continued to rise at this week's national sale, says Cape Wools.
Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson announced a sharp rise in its first quarter net profit despite falling sales.
The DA has told a public hearing that the SA Police Service was "hopelessly out of time" to lodge a complaint against its election advert.
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