Netflix’s biggest earnings surprise in years sent the shares plummeting the day after results were released, leaving analysts and investors wondering why they were caught so off guard.
For SA consumers, there is nothing to worry about for now – as things look, we will likely have sufficient maize supplies throughout the 2019/20 marketing year, says Wandile Sihlobo.
No details provided about what prompted the move.
Africa’s potential workforce will likely be larger than that of Asia by the end of the 21st century as both continents wrestle with different demographic and economic challenges.
For some of the world’s wealthiest, checking off their travel bucket list just got easier.
A desire for health and premium-quality food will drive competition in the increasingly dog-eat-dog pet space.
Prince Friedrich zu Solms-Baruth III slept with two Luger pistols as he colluded to kill Adolf Hitler near the end of World War II. Now, his descendants are fighting to reclaim the land they say he lost to the Nazi regime.
Still too often, these investment vehicles are just used as sales tools, says Wynand Gouws.
The European Union is preparing to offer the next British Prime Minister a Brexit extension beyond Oct. 31 to provide yet another attempt to reach an agreement, The Guardian reported, citing unidentified EU officials.
Nigeria plans to sell 10 electricity generation companies to private investors this year as it seeks to boost power supply in the West African nation, the Guardian has reported.
The crashes of two Boeing Co. 737 Max jetliners have put the aerospace giant on a perilous course through multiple US investigations. But as it faces off against the government, Boeing will be dealing with a lot of familiar faces.
A former Credit Suisse Group AG banker has admitted taking millions of dollars in kickbacks as part of a scam that involved as much as $2bn in loans to Mozambique state-owned companies.