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Areva will explore bringing in Chinese investors

Aug 02 2015 16:00

Areva will seek partnerships with Chinese energy companies that could see them take stakes in the French nuclear reactor maker, says its chairperson.


Mittal plays empowerment ace, more benefits for black workers

Aug 02 2015 15:01

A new employee share ownership scheme will ensure black workers receive 15% more "economic benefits" than their white counterparts.


Shipping liner hit with R95m fine for price fixing

Jul 30 2015 19:18

The Competition Commission has penalised a Norwegian shipping liner with a R95.66m fine after it admitted to price fixing, market allocation and collusive tendering.


Prince Albert, Royal Philips empower SA communities

Jul 30 2015 19:06

Royal Philips and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation have unveiled the first of two new Community Light Centres for South Africa.


New planes for kulula

Jul 30 2015 16:09

Kulula will soon take delivery of the fifth of six new cheaper to operate and more environmentally friendly Next Generation Boeing 737-800s it has ordered.


Shell to axe 6 500 jobs, cut spending on oil price slump

Jul 30 2015 10:56

Royal Dutch Shell is to axe 6 500 jobs and step up spending cuts to deal with lower oil prices which contributed to a 37% drop in the group's second-quarter profits.


Total earnings slide 4% in second quarter

Jul 29 2015 11:40

French oil giant Total has announced a 4% slide in net profit while increased output, costs, savings and refinery margins helped offset plunging oil prices.


BAT first-half sales hurt by currency moves

Jul 29 2015 08:58

British American Tobacco has reported lower revenue for the first half of the year, hurt by currency fluctuations and people cutting back on smoking.


BP less likely to be acquired after $18.7bn settlement - CEO

Jul 28 2015 20:00

BP is less likely to be acquired following its $18.7bn settlement over the 2010 Macondo oil spill, chief executive officer Bob Dudley says.


Spirits growing faster than beer in SA - analyst

Jul 28 2015 18:31

Diageo does not want to continue sharing profits with their joint venture partners including Heineken as their spirits products are growing faster than beer, says an analyst.

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Aviation rules keep skies safe

Jul 28 2015 13:03

A businesslike relationship and confidence between supplier and customer are key for smooth management, says the CEO of Air Traffic and Navigation Services.


Mondi sees first-half earnings advancing as much as 28%

Jul 28 2015 11:39

Mondi, the largest producer of kraft paper and industrial bags in Europe, says first-half profit climbed as much as 28%.

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