An ex-entrepreneur tells how he lost against inefficiency and worker apathy.
Arthur Goldstuck shows how a sponsorship can go beyond return on investment.
The European Central Bank says Athens' debt is expected to peak at 161% of gross domestic product next year.
Eurozone countries are grappling with the thorny issue of involving the private sector in addressing Greece's debt woes.
Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi says that Opec is prepared to meet any shortage of supplies due to unrest in the Middle East.
Gaddafi's four-decade-old rule appears in increasing jeopardy as anti-government protests reached the capital for the first time, leaving dozens dead.
The United Nations has unveiled a strategy to ensure a sustainable future for the planet by investing 2% of wealth generated by the global economy in ten key sectors.
Internet service has been cut off in Libya for a second consecutive day as protesters step up demonstrations against longtime leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Central bankers at a G20 meeting will discuss some of the problems causing global imbalances, including looser monetary policy in rich countries.
Strikes have damaged Egypt's vital export industries as factories stayed idle because of a nationwide bank shutdown, industry officials say.
Up to 10% of rice grown in China is contaminated with harmful heavy metals stemming from pollution linked to the nation's rapid industrialisation, a report says.
President Barack Obama has vowed to make America "the best place on Earth to do business".
The US Federal Reserve has held interest rates near zero as expected, saying the economic recovery was too weak to reduce high unemployment.
A user has learnt to read the fine print and hold her debt reviewer accountable.
A Gamblers Anonymous member tells how he was lent money far beyond his means.
Can't live without it? Best to learn to manage debt comfortably.
A Fin24 user tells how he spent more than he earned and didn't save.
A step-by-step guide on what exactly debt counselling entails.
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Eskom and the SABC will now give daily real time information on the power system.
Opposing National Health Insurance is futile, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says.
The eurozone predicament has shaken German confidence in the single currency, but analysts say remaining in the monetary union still benefits the country's economy.
Moody's rating agency says it could cut Spain's credit rating again because of the country's heavy refinancing schedule and problems in meeting its borrowing needs.
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