Perfection is the entrepreneur's biggest enemy, says Dragon Den's Vusi Thembekwayo.
Tragedy ensues when a once-prosperous country makes bad decisions, says Ian Mann.
Not acting on climate change is a crime against all life, says Mandi Smallhorne.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for a rapid end to the long-running gas dispute between Russia and Ukraine.
Britain's opposition Labour party says it would introduce a US-style "sin tax" on tobacco firms if it wins a national election next year.
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras expects his country to exit its international bailout ahead of schedule and to cover its own financing needs from next year.
China's manufacturing sector has unexpectedly picked up some momentum even as factory employment has slumped.
Qatar has no plans to pitch in as an alternative supplier as Europe seeks to reduce its reliance on Russian gas.
The chief economic adviser at Allianz SE has warned that global markets do not fully appreciate the risk posed by the Ukrainian crisis.
Eurozone business growth has dipped to a 2014 low as firms cut prices again, while factory activity in China picked up only slightly.
The eurozone economy has slowed in September, with a key business indicator released slumping to a nine-month low.
India should increase handouts of subsidised grain, its food minister was quoted as saying, in a move that would backtrack on long-term commitments.
US private equity firm Blackstone has ended its efforts to build its business in Russia in the wake of stiffening Western sanctions, reports the Financial Times.
Consumer confidence in the eurozone have fallen for the fourth-consecutive month in September as economic uncertainty deepens, a survey shows.
Buying a Mandela medallion to make a quick buck could cost you dearly.
A user questions the common rule law on debt as his worker's debt goes up, not down.
Your tech idea has little or no value until someone can extract its commercial value.
What exactly do you get when you opt for a hospital plan? Susan Erasmus explains.
Fin24 has received a string of emails from fervent Nokia supporters.
Show off your skills and earn cash for your tech idea in a competition to grow start-ups.
Pointers for a Fin24 user who is looking for seed capital for his start-ups.
A Fin24 user offers tips on how to be frugal with ever-pricier petrol.
The Rockefellers and other philanthropies and high-wealth individuals are set to announce pledges to divest a total of $50bn from fossil fuel investments.
US corn and soybean crops could break records this year, but for farmers the bounty has a dark side: falling prices and a logistics nightmare getting crops to market.
Microsoft has launched its latest gaming console in South Africa with a price to match competitors.
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