Terry Bell explores the connection between poultry, poverty and desperation.
Have the Guptas' new auditors mastered how to look the other way on cue, asks Solly Moeng.
Formulating strategy across the span of huge companies is a marathon, says Ian Mann.
European shares have pushed higher in holiday-thinned trading with shares in car manufacturers leading the way.
Traders have dumped retail US stocks after a weak report on American consumer spending added to worries about the strength of the economy.
US stocks have opened in the red, extending the previous day's sharp losses despite better-than-expected quarterly earnings from ExxonMobil and Amazon.
European stocks have fallen as investors assessed the biggest monthly advance since November on the final trading day of April.
Russia’s rouble and the rand have rallied, leading emerging-market currencies toward a third month of gains, as an advance in Brent crude boosted the energy outlook.
Emerging-market currencies have risen rose to the strongest level against the dollar in nine months as the Bank of Japan’s decision to hold back stimulus increase.
An Australian man has publicly identified himself as the Bitcoins creator, a claim that would end one of the biggest mysteries in the tech world.
Is good - it will ease the burden on consumers
Won’t dent the economy much
Doesn’t matter, as it doesn’t affect me
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