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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reaped a gain of nearly $2.3 billion last year when he exercised 60 million stock options just before going public.
South African mining magnate and executive chairman of African Rainbow Minerals has plans to invest in Guinea's iron ore industry
Incentives to grow the economy of small towns in the country, have been tabled in a new bill that is before Parliament.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reaped a gain of nearly $2.3 billion last year when he exercised 60 million stock options, just before going public with shares in his company.
Industrialised nations' greenhouse gas emissions dipped 0.7% in 2011, helped by a U.S. shift from high-polluting coal in power plants.
State owned airline South African Express has reported a shocking R187 million loss for the financial year ending 2011.
South African stocks ended a touch lower on Friday, as another battering of gold producers such as Gold Fields outweighed a rise in banks and retailers.
The US economy grew at a pace of 2.5% percent in the first quarter of 2013, with cuts in government spending offsetting private consumption and investment gains.
Honda Motor Co Ltd and Mazda Motor Corp expect to post vastly higher profits this financial year as they take advantage of export-friendly currency moves.
Africa's brisk economic growth over the past decade has been consumer driven, a much-hyped trend that masks the fact that the region remains far too reliant on commodities.
Yahoo Chairman Alfred Amoroso is joining what has become a mass exodus from the Internet company's boardroom.
The US and Japan says it will formally approve Boeing's 787 battery fix that will clear the way for the troubled aircraft to fly again.
Global sales of instant noodles have topped 100 billion units annually -- more than one monthly serving of the portable meal for every person on the planet.
South Africa's rand extended gains against the dollar on Thursday buoyed by a rise in the gold price.
Demand for equities remained robust as Europe's top shares rose for the fifth straight session on Thursday.
China signed a deal with European planemaker Airbus on Thursday to purchase 60 planes.
The newspaper industry is struggling to survive as consumers migrate to digital news forms, the Print and Digital Media Transformation Task Team heard.
A heated debate about Europe's austerity drive flared back into life on Thursday with leading IMF and European Central Bank officials sharply at odds and Angela Merkel.
Surprisingly strong British growth lifted sterling on Thursday, while European shares were generally firmer.
Volkswagen, Europe's biggest carmaker, said its net profit skidded sharply lower in the first three months of the current year as a result of the "difficult market environment".
Tim Cook wants investors to "think different" about Apple: less as a hyper-growth startup-like company and more as a mature but robust technology corporation.
Mobile telecommunications company Vodacom has been judged to have the best reputation of South Africa's top 20 Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed companies.
FastJet will fly between Cape Town and Johannesburg. Tickets for this new flight will first go on sale on May 31.
Brent crude rose above $101 a barrel, drawing support from strong equity markets, but gains were capped by data pointing to slower growth and fuel demand in major economies.
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