Terry Bell looks back over perhaps the most turbulent and taxing year in the past 20.
Russia is not the West and Putin may well survive unscathed, says Leopold Scholtz.
Our best economists seem to be lost - why so, asks Edward Ingram.
US authorities have fined Avon $135m to settle a corruption probe in China after it became known the company had bribed officials.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ordered Walmart to pay about $188m to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by employees.
Ster-Kinekor has opened its third IMAX theatre in South Africa and has announced its plans for a fourth.
McDonald's is planning to trim its menu, review its cooking methods and even get rid of some ingredients it uses.
Retailer Shoprite is buying upscale Wetherlys furniture stores from the unit of failed credit lender African Bank, says the competition watchdog.
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's says it may downgrade Tesco after its latest profit warning, moving the UK grocer closer to losing its investment grade status.
Representatives of BDS SA have met with a delegation of Woolworths to try and resolve the #BoycottWoolworths campaign against Israeli imports.
KFC has told Chinese diners worried about eating their fried chicken that they're welcome to come and have a look.
China is considering raising cigarette prices and taxes as the world's largest tobacco consumer fights to stub out a pervasive habit.
The owner of London's Camden Market, popular for retro clothing, is to list on the city's stock exchange.
Troubled British grocer Tesco has warned on full year profit again, slashing its
full-year outlook by almost a third in the latest downgrade.
Get smart on investment and end the year with peace of mind, says Mike Abbott.
From boot sales to global stage for Khayelitsha entrepreneur.
I will be working in Saudi Arabia on a one-year contract - how will I be taxed?
Jozi ratepayers say Capetonians frustrated by rate clearance delays are not alone.
Real estate has emerged from one of its toughest down-cycles, says an expert.
An irate Cell C client is making a fresh bid to remove his blacklisting.
Compound interest can work for or against you, says an expert.
Discovery sheds light on the debate about members' claims from the Road Accident Fund.
The US government has fined Supreme Group, one of the largest suppliers to troops in Afghanistan, for fraudulently overcharging the government for food and water.
Marks & Spencer has been forced to extend delivery times for online orders as a new distribution centre is unable to cope with the demand.
A Singapore government-sponsored alternative to Uber has been panned as "stunningly pointless" by online commentators.
Unwise as they may get priced out of the market.
I don't employ a domestic worker.
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