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Individuals engineered emissions cheating: CEO

Oct 08 2015 21:00

The American chief executive says Volkswagen's cheating on emissions in diesel cars was not a corporate decision, but something that "individuals did."


Mondi CEO shrugs off economic weakness

Oct 08 2015 19:00

Mondi expects stable or higher prices for its packaging and paper goods even as global economic growth slows.


SABMiller’s bid rejection lacks credibility - AB InBev

Oct 08 2015 13:31

AB InBev has sought to rally SABMiller shareholders behind its £65.2bn takeover proposal, saying the price is higher than the brewer is likely to achieve on its own.


VW’s cheating gains will be a factor in penalties

Oct 08 2015 10:48

Just how much money Volkswagen has made by cheating on US emissions tests will help determine the penalties it pays, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.


Harmony sees 10% rise in first-quarter gold output

Oct 08 2015 09:38

Harmony Gold says it expects quarter-on-quarter gold production to increase by between 8% and 10% in the first quarter.


Billionaire beer barons key to SABMiller deal

Oct 08 2015 09:01

Once again, Colombia’s richest family is standing between South America’s biggest billionaire and his plans for expanding his brewing empire.


Why De Beers makes diamonds it will never sell

Oct 08 2015 07:24

Scientists at De Beers lab in London can make near- flawless diamonds in a lab, but they will never sell you one because of a man-made threat.


GE launches energy efficiency subsidiary

Oct 07 2015 20:30

General Electric has reshuffled several energy management and research operations into a new subsidiary called "Current" aimed at new energy technologies.


Monsanto sees lower earnings, plans job cuts

Oct 07 2015 20:00

US seed giant Monsanto has forecast a fall in full-year earnings and has announced job cuts in anticipation of continued low commodity prices.



Glencore closes SA mine, cutting over 800 jobs

Oct 07 2015 18:57

818 workers from Eland platinum mine have been fired while another 60 others have been moved to the firm's other operations, says Glencore.


Why SABMiller is not falling for takeover bid

Oct 07 2015 15:09

AB InBev's bid substantially undervalues SABMiller, its unique and unmatched footprint, and its standalone prospects, the board of SABMiller has announced.

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