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Brexit: Markets eye established British brands
Brexit: Markets eye established British brands

The post-Brexit scramble for bargains is expected to see more British businesses being taken over by firms with an ear to ...

International
22h
The high-stakes race in Silicon Valley
The high-stakes race in Silicon Valley

Google takes the lead in the race to develop software that makes it easy to weave artificial intelligence technology into almost everything.

International
23h
Top spots for well-heeled wine lovers
Top spots for well-heeled wine lovers

For wine-lovers with fat wallets and a sense of adventure, these are the five places to see...

Commodities
24h
Gold is not all that glitters
Gold is not all that glitters

The big players in the investment world are looking at diamonds in a different way.

International
25h
The slow rise of the sweet potato
The slow rise of the sweet potato

The once lowly sweet potato is being reborn as a hip super food - and American farmers are so glad about it.

International
26h
Japan turns to riskier DIY pensions
Japan turns to riskier DIY pensions

Growing concern about the state’s finances is pushing Japan’s workers to self-manage their pensions.

Business News
1 day ago
Nkwinti hands over Eastern Cape dairy to community
Nkwinti hands over Eastern Cape dairy to community

Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti has handed over a state-of-the-art "dairy parlour" to the community of Mantusini near Port St Johns.

Business News
1 day ago
Tanzania’s farmers hail mushrooming profits
Tanzania’s farmers hail mushrooming profits

Several Tanzanians have turned to growing oyster mushrooms to find new sources of income under a project run by Farm Africa.

International
1 day ago
Exodus of professionals reshapes Qatar
Exodus of professionals reshapes Qatar

Foreign workers are being laid off in droves amid sweeping cuts to public and private companies in Qatar.

International
2 days ago
The stubborn costs that banks cannot erase
The stubborn costs that banks cannot erase

American banks are under renewed pressure to cut costs - but managers are finding some expenses simply won't budge.

International
2 days ago
High-speed rail link for Singapore, Malaysia
High-speed rail link for Singapore, Malaysia

The travel time between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur will be reduced to 90 minutes by 2026.

International
2 days ago
$800m for perfume ads that stink?
$800m for perfume ads that stink?

An estimated $800m is spent on fragrance marketing each year - from TV commercials to billboards. Is it working?.

International
2 days ago
Pokemon GO and the danger zone
Pokemon GO and the danger zone

Japan issues nine safety tips for Pokemon GO gamers as the smartphone app debuts in the country.

Markets
2 days ago
Trump leaves Wall Street wary and confused
Trump leaves Wall Street wary and confused

If investors were taking Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at his word, they would be selling Apple shares, writes Rodrigo Campos.

Companies
2 days ago
Gold Fields board beefed up with two more directors
Gold Fields board beefed up with two more directors

Gold Fields has appointed Alhassan Andani and Peter Bacchus as independent non-executive directors.