Zimbabwe's leadership signals left but then turns right, says Malcom Sharara.
The world needs a global code of ethics for economists, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Some workers care more about satisfaction than being in the spotlight, says Ian Mann.
Britain's Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to pay $370m to US and British authorities investigating its part in a global interest rate rigging scandal.
Spain's last big nationalised bank, Bankia, says its first-half net profit rose by almost half as its losses from bad loans dropped.
Commerzbank, Germany's second-largest bank, is planning further cost-cutting measures that could lead it to axe several hundred jobs.
Ireland, one of Europe's biggest hubs for funds, will allow hedge funds based in the country to lend to companies under new rules drawn up by the central bank.
The US says Texas tycoon Sam Wyly and the estate of his late brother should pay damages totalling $1.4bn for their role in a fraudulent scheme.
A City Press report shows a total of 19 members of President Jacob Zuma’s new Cabinet, including the president, have private business interests.
China has approved the setting up of three private banks, including one by internet giant Tencent, in a long-awaited economic reform.
Royal Bank of Scotland has made a pre-tax profit of $1.7bn in the second quarter, far better than analysts expected.
A US judge has refused to overturn the convictions of five associates of imprisoned swindler Bernard Madoff for helping him run a huge Ponzi scheme.
The long-awaited fine on Britain's Lloyds Banking Group in relation to the benchmark interest rate fixing allegations will be announced soon, sources say.
The US Justice Department has announced that a Federal court entered judgment
against French bank BNP Paribas for $80m for defrauding a programme.
SA entrepreneurs are recycling waste nutrients to help save the oceans.
How do you fill the 24 hours in your day? A user lists the four key needs in his life.
An expert provides sound advice on how to manage money as a couple.
Protestors and Sanral came into conflict at a Proudly e-toll Free campaign.
Fin24 blogger Terence Stoker provides sound advice for struggling SA entrepreneurs.
Don't touch your retrenchment package if you've been laid off, warns a Fin24 user.
A new app lets people take photos of themselves without having to touch the screen.
All the Pebble device needs is your smartphone to ensure instant payment from clients.
The establishment of the Brics bloc's New Development Bank is a forward step for South Africa and the continent, says President Jacob Zuma.
Shares in Alexander Forbes surged 12% on their return to the JSE, valuing the company at almost R10,5bn as it dazzled investors with the prospect of steady earnings and growth.
Fin24 user Asia writes how she managed to rehabilite herself from splurging on feel-good iitems and keep clean from the bondage of lifestyle debt.
A would-be African Amazon called Jumia, set up by a German venture capital firm, is expanding into Uganda, Ghana and Cameroon.
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