Long-established brands can develop a false sense of comfort, says Solly Moeng.
Revisiting your business model is a useful way to revive your business, says Ian Mann.
The cost of uninformed medical consent runs into billions, says Mandi Smallhorne.
The pay gap between senior managers and lower-level employees has widened much more sharply in North America and Asia than in Europe since the financial crisis, a study shows.
Saudi Arabia and South Korea have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to co-operate on the development of nuclear energy, Saudi state news agency SPA says.
The UK government has agreed to sell its 40% stake in the Eurostar International rail operator for £757m to UK and Canadian-based buyers.
British living standards are back to pre-financial crisis levels but are still slightly below their peak before the country's last national election in May 2010.
A young crop of Chinese students are flocking to France's largest wine-growing area, to train for careers in the wine trade, a burgeoning industry in China.
Greece is set to receive its first investments from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
India's central bank has lowered its policy repo rate by 25 basis points, its second inter-meeting cut this year on the back of easing inflation.
Rent will gobble up nearly 60% of New Yorkers' income in 2015 with the median cost of an apartment to rise to $2 700 a month, according to a real-estate website.
German workers last year clocked up the most hours at work since 1992, according to a report by the German Institute for Research into the Labour Market and Careers.
Nigeria's main cities are facing acute gasoline shortages as importers feel the pinch of a plummeting currency, tighter credit lines and unpaid government subsidies.
Switzerland has signed a deal with Australia to exchange tax information, the first such agreement under an international framework to swap tax information.
As the cost of technology decreases, simple tech solutions boost education.
What you need to keep your family going in a worst-case scenario.
Mentorship is the cornerstone to building a successful career as an entrepreneur.
Tax relief for small businesses and start-ups is a positive move, say experts.
High net worth individuals are in for a shock from the National Budget, expert says.
Mandi Smallhorne says President Zuma should've been honest about Sona chaos.
An entrepreneur found out the hard way that banks are not the only ones with money.
First learn about business before taking the entrepreneurial leap, says an expert.
Singapore has been named the world's most expensive city for the second year running, a survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit shows.
Chinese government does not audit assets of state owned firms hold overseas, highlighting difficulties it faces when expanding its anti-corruption drive to SOEs.
In what will no doubt be seen as a sign of the times in SA's publication landscape, Junk Mail Publishing will cease to print the Cape Ads and the Durban edition.
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