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Roman temple restored deep under City of London
Roman temple restored deep under City of London
A Roman temple has been restored to its original site seven metres below the City of London, using sound, lights and misty haze to bring the ruin...
Fat-cat bosses need to slim down
Fat-cat bosses need to slim down
Rules to curb chief executives’ income in the United Kingdom appear to be working, which raises the question: Should South Africa start regulating how top corporate leaders get paid?...
Africa’s richest man Dangote plans $16bn investment push
Africa’s richest man Dangote plans $16bn investment push
Dangote Group, the Nigerian company controlled by Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote, plans to invest about $16-billion in cement, petrochemicals and agriculture over the next four years to boost expansion....
Gordhan: SA doesn’t have means to influence rand
Gordhan: SA doesn’t have means to influence rand
The rand’s 16% slide against the dollar this year is benefiting exporters and South African authorities don’t have the...
Bloomberg questioned over 'spying' allegations
Bloomberg questioned over 'spying' allegations
The New York Post reported that Bloomberg reporters had been caught using the financial news service's $20 000-a-year terminals...
The economic week ahead: Mixed signals likely
The economic week ahead: Mixed signals likely
In the wake of weaker than expected data in the US and China, and a flare-up in Europe's long smouldering debt crisis, markets will be paying close...
Republican presidential potentials to debate
Republican presidential potentials to debate
Frontrunner Mitt Romney and his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination face off on Saturday in a high-stakes debate ahead of
News agencies caution Zuma over media freedoms
News agencies caution Zuma over media freedoms
The world's four biggest news agencies have voiced concerns to South African President Jacob Zuma that controversial new regulations for tighter...
Bharti, MTN 'in early agreement on tie-up'
Bharti, MTN 'in early agreement on tie-up'
Indian cellphone company Bharti Airtel and South Africa's MTN have reached a preliminary agreement for their planned $24-billion share and cash...
Merrill Lynch sells 20% Bloomberg stake for $4,5bn
Merrill Lynch sells 20% Bloomberg stake for $4,5bn
The investment bank Merrill Lynch has agreed to sell its 20% stake in Bloomberg for $4,5-billion, in a deal which provided a glimpse of the fortune...
Tiger economies are snapping at US heels
Tiger economies are snapping at US heels
China and India and are moving toward becoming the biggest economies in the world: with 2,4-billion people, or 40% of the world's population and...
Thomson Reuters launches as financial information leader
Thomson Reuters launches as financial information leader
Thomson Reuters launched on the London stock market on Thursday, creating the world's biggest provider of financial data to trading floors,...

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