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KPMG, under fire in SA, now faces US shareholder protests
KPMG, under fire in SA, now faces US shareholder protests
Auditing company KPMG, which has been under fire in South Africa for its audits of Gupta-owned companies and its role in the so-called rogue unit...
BLAST FROMT THE PAST: General Electric to double Africa Revenue to $10bn
BLAST FROMT THE PAST: General Electric to double Africa Revenue to $10bn
JUNE 4, 2015: General Electric Co. (GE) is seeking to more than double revenue from Africa to as much as $10-billion over the next five years...
SA embraces innovation, but education remains a concern
SA embraces innovation, but education remains a concern
South African executives surveyed as part of a global innovation poll are bullish about the state of innovation in the country and the role that...
Transnet profits exceed R5bn for the first time
Transnet profits exceed R5bn for the first time
Transnet SOC Ltd said its annual profit rose 25% as South Africa's state-owned rail and ports operator boosted revenue from transporting...
Indian police search offices of auditor
Indian police search offices of auditor
Indian police on Tuesday searched the offices of PricewaterhouseCoopers, the auditors of the troubled outsourcing giant Satyam Computers, whose...
Global rout, bank woes shake Wall Street
Global rout, bank woes shake Wall Street
United States stocks tumbled on Friday, sending the benchmark S&P 500 below 900 for the first time in five years, as ebbing appetite for risk...
It's official. I am a diabetic
It's official. I am a diabetic
OK. It's official. I am a diabetic. Sigh. And the world is made of sugar. Carrots, mist, water, shoelaces, toothpaste, a yawn, any wet cough, the...
Yahoo! targets women with new website
Yahoo! targets women with new website
Yahoo! on Monday launched a site for women between the ages of 25 and 54, calling it a key demographic underserved by current Yahoo! properties....
World stocks dampened by dim earnings
World stocks dampened by dim earnings
Asian stocks tumbled on Monday followed by losses across European and United States markets on concern over company earnings and increasing gloom...
BHP raises Rio bid; no immediate Chinese riposte
BHP raises Rio bid; no immediate Chinese riposte
BHP Billiton launched a hostile $147,4-billion bid for mining rival Rio Tinto in a move that could trigger a Chinese-led counterbid in the world's...
World markets continue to burden JSE
World markets continue to burden JSE
World markets were dampened by negative earnings reports from the United States on Monday, causing the JSE to pull back sharply.
Large fire at Universal Studios in Los Angeles
Large fire at Universal Studios in Los Angeles
Hundreds of firefighters were battling a large blaze that broke out on Sunday on a back lot at Universal Studios, site of movie and television...

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