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Silicon Valley’s most self-destructive founder
Silicon Valley’s most self-destructive founder
International

Gurbaksh Chahal’s controversial career is a cautionary tale about the risks facing entrepreneurs who amass too much power too quickly.

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Mead? It’s not just for hobbits anymore
Mead? It’s not just for hobbits anymore
International

Despite its status as an outsider drink, mead is very much a global beverage.

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China’s coal communities sink into abandoned mines
China’s coal communities sink into abandoned mines
International

Mines that burrowed under towns and villages during China's coal boom have left the authorities with the need to evacuate ...

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Pasta instead of beans as El Nino bites
Pasta instead of beans as El Nino bites
International

Brazil is the globe’s biggest producer and consumer of beans - but El Nino has driven up the costs quite dramatically.

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R11bn invested in SA auto industry
R11bn invested in SA auto industry
Business News

Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies has announced the biggest automotive investment in Africa in the last 40 years.

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Nafcoc welcomes minimum wage expert panel
Nafcoc welcomes minimum wage expert panel
Business News

The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called for a differentiated multi-minimum wage arrangement ...

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Afternoon tea? Competition’s brewing in London
Afternoon tea? Competition’s brewing in London
International

The popularity of afternoon tea has London hotels vying to attract a new wave of customers by inventing twists on the old classic.

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US woman jailed for exporting military items to China
US woman jailed for exporting military items to China
International

A California woman was sentenced to 50 months in prison for conspiring to illegally export weapons to China.

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Euro share markets posts biggest loss in 2 months
Euro share markets posts biggest loss in 2 months
International

Stock on major markets fell worldwide while the US dollar strengthened.

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Never mind the Gucci, here's the fish oil
Never mind the Gucci, here's the fish oil
International

Student Na Wang is part of a growing army of Chinese shopping agents sending Australian food and diet pills home to feed rampant demand.

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Bonjour! Horse-drawn plough makes a comeback
Bonjour! Horse-drawn plough makes a comeback
International

Hundreds of French wine-makers have returned to a centuries-old farming practice in an organic push.

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Can Singapore's labour crunch spark robot revolution?
Can Singapore's labour crunch spark robot revolution?
International

Thousands of Singapore’s businesses are struggling with a labour crunch caused by foreign worker curbs.

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Pokemon GO spurs Asian business boom
Pokemon GO spurs Asian business boom
International

Asian fans of the hit smartphone game Pokemon GO are hunting for the best telecom providers.

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Gold medal for buying Brazilian assets goes to...
Gold medal for buying Brazilian assets goes to...
International

China may be lagging behind in the medal count at the Rio Olympics - but it’s winning the competition for Brazilian assets.

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London’s ‘night tube’ trains start running
London’s ‘night tube’ trains start running
International

The globe’s oldest underground rail network takes a big step forward this weekend when the “tube” starts all-night Friday and Saturday services.