Why Eskom CEO's motives will always be questioned.
This year's 2016 local government elections are the most fractious since 1994 and unions will feel them most, says Terry Bell.
Highest returns come from firms that didn’t exist 20 yrs ago.
Sentiment among UK households fell this month at its fastest pace in more than a quarter century, reflecting uncertainty about the outlook for the economy in the wake of the Brexit vote.
UK home loan approvals have fallen to their lowest level in more than a year as nervousness gripped the housing market before the referendum on EU membership.
The UK government cast doubt on the future of a controversial £18bn project to build Britain’s first nuclear power plant in more than 20 years, pledging to review the deal.
The number of Americans who filed for unemployment benefits have risen from a three-month low, consistent with the Fed Reserve’s view of a stronger job market.
German unemployment has extended its decline in July, in a sign that the economy is showing resilience to uncertainty unleashed by a Brexit vote.
The World Trade Organisation has urged member countries to resist protectionism and get trade moving again.
Oil prices in New York have dipped but have edged up in London as lofty levels of product supplies again pressured the market.
Confidence among German consumers has suffered slightly in July as households digested Britain's vote to quit the European Union.
A new report by the International Transport Forum looks at how shared transport can lead to many benefits for cities and their inhabitants.
Turning 65 in the UK used to mean mandatory retirement and a future of endless holiday, but now it has come to signify a very different cut-off due to Brexit.
Steel supply from China remains a 'big worry' for the global industry, which continues to be under pressure despite an improvement in prices.
Financial services sector must provide long-term savings options relevant for social mobility.
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A new ruling gives non-compliance taxpayers a chance to disclose offshore assets.
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Mario Draghi hasn’t flinched since the Brexit vote. This week he’ll get the strongest clues yet whether he’s right to keep calm and carry on.
Mario Draghi is part of a growing club of central bankers who are just fine with admitting they’re uncertain what’s going on right now - and that’s no barrier to action.
Microsoft is cutting more jobs from its smartphone hardware and global sales divisions by shedding an additional 2,850 positions, the company has said.
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