It's extremely unlikely that MasterCard would buy out PayPal Holdings, Bernstein analyst Lisa Ellis wrote in an e-mail.
Breakfast brand Kellogg’s brings a unique dining experience to New York to try to revive cereal’s soggy status.
Kelcy Warren’s legacy as a pipeline dealmaker may now be defined by his most ambitious misstep.
Insults and accusations fly as South African taxi associations air their grievances at industry indaba.
Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla makes it clear that the commonwealth won’t pay bondholders.
Investors are setting their sights away from the U.K. in their search for markets less vulnerable to fallout after Brexit.
The South African government has finally unveiled the new stringent livestock import requirements.
The operators of three Chinese fishing vessels suspected of being operated illegally recently have been cleared of poaching.
This issue, Independent World of Work looks into the tricky situation of youth unemployment and what can be done, write Amy Musgrave.
The headline Producer Price Index for May came in at 6.5 percent, compared to 7 percent in April.
SA’s energy department says the state-owned Strategic Fuel Fund has not been cleared to buy 75 percent of Chevron’s refinery.
Global stocks are set for their worst monthly performance since January, with renewed concerns over global growth.
UBS cuts its year-end target for the FTSE 100, citing political uncertainty in Britain following its vote to leave the European Union.
The rand may extend a two-day rally after SA's approval of AB InBev’s takeover of SABMiller is seen triggering foreign-exchange inflows.
As private sector credit extension continues to slow, Investec says it is probable that the reserve bank will not hike rates in July.