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iol.co.za
Banks face growing credit risk - S&PJohannesburg - South Africa's banks will find it tougher to turn a profit as th
Banks face growing credit risk - S&P
iol.co.za / Posted moments ago
Johannesburg - South Africa's banks will find it tougher to turn a profit as the economy remains feeble for the next few years and credit risks rise, credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's said on Thursday. Consumers, squeezed by rising interest... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Italian oil giant Eni swings to 1Q lossItalian gas and oil giant Eni lost 792 million euros ($A1.1 billion) in the fir
Italian oil giant Eni swings to 1Q loss
Adelaide Now / Posted moments ago
Italian gas and oil giant Eni lost 792 million euros ($A1.1 billion) in the first quarter on sharply weaker commodity prices. Eni on Friday said the loss compares with a profit of 832 million euros in the same period last year. Given weak pricing,... Read more
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iol.co.za
Treasury head’s contract extendedJohannesburg - South Africa's government has extended the contract of the Natio
Treasury head’s contract extended
iol.co.za / Posted moments ago
Johannesburg - South Africa's government has extended the contract of the National Treasury's Director General Lungisa Fuzile for another term, the cabinet said in statement on Friday. National Treasury spokeswoman Phumza Macanda told Reuters the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Audit finds Gillard farm loans hampered by inexperienceTWO Federal Government farm loan schemes costing almost $4 billion were hampere
Audit finds Gillard farm loans hampered by inexperience
The Daily Mercury / Posted moments ago
TWO Federal Government farm loan schemes costing almost $4 billion were hampered by a lack of experience in the Agriculture Department and a failure to complete a cost-benefit analysis of the policy. An audit of the Gillard and Abbott government... Read more
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iol.co.za
Mall of Africa opens amid spending squeezeJohannesburg - Thousands of shoppers queued on Thursday at the opening of one o
Mall of Africa opens amid spending squeeze
iol.co.za / Posted moments ago
Johannesburg - Thousands of shoppers queued on Thursday at the opening of one of the largest malls in South Africa, set in middle-class suburbia between Johannesburg and Pretoria. The Mall of Africa will house over 300 shops, including global brands... Read more
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Online Recruitment
Comment from Xactly: Bonuses not bumper enough for young bankers“The news that young professionals are set to turn their back on the financial
Comment from Xactly: Bonuses not bumper enough for young bankers
Online Recruitment / Posted a minute ago
“The news that young professionals are set to turn their back on the financial sector as bonuses fail to live up to their high expectations is problematic for the industry. This however is largely due to the fact that these young professionals were... Read more
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Online Recruitment
Millennials Threaten to Quit City as Bonuses Fail to Meet ExpectationsNew research by global professional services recruiter, Morgan McKinley found t
Millennials Threaten to Quit City as Bonuses Fail to Meet Expectations
Online Recruitment / Posted a minute ago
New research by global professional services recruiter, Morgan McKinley found that the City is not doing enough to encourage the next generation of professionals to build a career in financial services leading to a skills gap within the sector. The... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Eurozone growth rate unexpectedly doublesThe eurozone's economic growth rate doubled in the first three months of the ye
Eurozone growth rate unexpectedly doubles
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted a minute ago
The eurozone's economic growth rate doubled in the first three months of the year compared to the fourth quarter — to 0.6%, the Eurostat statistics agency said Friday. The relatively strong expansion rate, its fastest in a year, was not expected and... Read more
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Online Recruitment
RoS International has a million reasons to celebrate 25 yearsRoS International, based on Parliament Street, has supplied more than one milli
RoS International has a million reasons to celebrate 25 years
Online Recruitment / Posted a minute ago
RoS International, based on Parliament Street, has supplied more than one million man-days of employees to hundreds of companies and building projects in the UK over the past quarter of a century, including the KC Stadium, The Deep and C4DI. The... Read more
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Online Recruitment
Digital talent leader The Up Group expands with investment from LivingbridgeFounded in 2007 by entrepreneur Clare Johnston, The Up Group has become a trust
Digital talent leader The Up Group expands with investment from Livingbridge
Online Recruitment / Posted a minute ago
Founded in 2007 by entrepreneur Clare Johnston, The Up Group has become a trusted digital advisor to boardrooms across Europe. Known for its strong relationships with digital executives, entrepreneurs and investors, The Up Group has built the senior... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Eurozone growth rate unexpectedly doublesThe eurozone's economic growth rate doubled in the first three months of the ye
Eurozone growth rate unexpectedly doubles
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 2 minutes ago
The eurozone's economic growth rate doubled in the first three months of the year compared to the fourth quarter — to 0.6%, the Eurostat statistics agency said Friday. The relatively strong expansion rate, its fastest in a year, was not expected and... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Eurozone growth rate unexpectedly doublesThe eurozone's economic growth rate doubled in the first three months of the ye
Eurozone growth rate unexpectedly doubles
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 2 minutes ago
The eurozone's economic growth rate doubled in the first three months of the year compared to the fourth quarter — to 0.6%, the Eurostat statistics agency said Friday. The relatively strong expansion rate, its fastest in a year, was not expected and... Read more
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Isle of Wight County Press
Aberdeen Asset Management extends Cowes Week sponsorship dealA new deal has been agreed between Aberdeen Asset Management and Cowes Week has
Aberdeen Asset Management extends Cowes Week sponsorship deal
Isle of Wight County Press / Posted 2 minutes ago
A new deal has been agreed between Aberdeen Asset Management and Cowes Week has been agreed. Picture by Jennifer Burton. COWES Week organisers have secured a deal with Aberdeen Asset Management to sponsor the world famous sailing event for another... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
UKTV: Future of Scripps, BBC Venture in Focus"Scripps would definitely want to fully consolidate UKTV," says one analyst ami
UKTV: Future of Scripps, BBC Venture in Focus
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 2 minutes ago
"Scripps would definitely want to fully consolidate UKTV," says one analyst amid chatter that the British government may require BBC Worldwide to sell its 50 percent stake. How much does lifestyle networks company Scripps Networks Interactive want... Read more
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DW
Apple shares drop deeper as Icahn sells stake |Billionaire investor Carl Icahn sent US stocks reeling Thursday after announcin
Apple shares drop deeper as Icahn sells stake |
DW / Posted 4 minutes ago
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn sent US stocks reeling Thursday after announcing he had liquidated his investment in Apple - the biggest factor of Thursday's more than 200-point drop on Wall Street. Icahn told US cable television network CNBC he had... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Court Keeps Pilots Circling Over Planned StrikeNairobi — The High Court has blocked a planned strike by pilots following an ur
Court Keeps Pilots Circling Over Planned Strike
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
Nairobi — The High Court has blocked a planned strike by pilots following an urgent case lodged by Kenya Airways. The order blocking the strike remains in force until an inter-partes hearing on May 9. "An interim order be and is herby granted... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Lafarge Raising Bond to Repay U.S.$300 Million LoanLafarge Africa is marketing a 60 billion naira ($302 million) bond to refinance
Lafarge Raising Bond to Repay U.S.$300 Million Loan
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
Lafarge Africa is marketing a 60 billion naira ($302 million) bond to refinance some dollar-denominated debt at United Company of Nigeria (UNICEM), which it bought last year. Chief finance officer Anders Kristiansson told analysts on Thursday that... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Failure of Companies Blamed On Weak Corporate GovernanceThe Executive Vice Chairman/CEO Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof.
Failure of Companies Blamed On Weak Corporate Governance
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
The Executive Vice Chairman/CEO Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbata, has blamed the failure of some companies on weak or complete absence of corporate governance structures, as seen in major companies around the world... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Stakeholders, NCC Disagree Over Vas Market Draft RuleThe Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and Stakeholders in the telecoms i
Stakeholders, NCC Disagree Over Vas Market Draft Rule
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and Stakeholders in the telecoms industry, Wednesday in Lagos, openly disagreed over some sections of the draft regulatory framework on value added service (VAS) prepared by the NCC. The stakeholders had... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Leather Industry Sets Pace for Industrial RevivalMwanza — Implementations of the fifth phase government fresh agenda on industri
Leather Industry Sets Pace for Industrial Revival
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
Mwanza — Implementations of the fifth phase government fresh agenda on industrialization have kicked off with a number of activities now taking place, including holding stakeholders meetings and workshops to discuss and chart best ways the ambitious... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
NLC, TUC Object Investment of Pension Funds in InfrastructureThe Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) have fault
NLC, TUC Object Investment of Pension Funds in Infrastructure
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) have faulted moves by the federal government to use pension funds for the development of infrastructure across the country. Speaking separately at a Roundtable on Retirement and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Namibia Woos German Energy GiantsWindhoek — Siemens AG, the German infrastructure, energy, healthcare and infras
Namibia Woos German Energy Giants
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
Windhoek — Siemens AG, the German infrastructure, energy, healthcare and infrastructure giant, has in conjunction with its subsidiaries, who employ 362 000 people, expressed interest in the Namibian energy sector. Another German electricity giant,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
NCC Issues New Draft Regulatory Framework for Value Added ServicesThe Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, on Thursday issued a new draft reg
NCC Issues New Draft Regulatory Framework for Value Added Services
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, on Thursday issued a new draft regulatory framework for value added services in the country's telecommunications sector. The Executive Vice Chairman of the Commission, Umar Danbatta, announced this in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Fidelity Bank's Shares Gain Despite CEO IndictmentShares of the Fidelity Bank Plc yesterday appreciated at the trading floor of t
Fidelity Bank's Shares Gain Despite CEO Indictment
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
Shares of the Fidelity Bank Plc yesterday appreciated at the trading floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) despite the allegations made by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) against the company CEO. At the end of the trading,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Stanchat Net Profit Drops By Shs86 BillionKampala — Uganda's second largest bank, Standard Chartered Uganda, paid the pri
Stanchat Net Profit Drops By Shs86 Billion
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
Kampala — Uganda's second largest bank, Standard Chartered Uganda, paid the price for bad loans in 2015. In financial results released on Thursday, Standard Chartered net profit dropped by Shs86b to Shs28b in 2015. In the last eight years, this is... Read more
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Herald Sun
Colgate fined for dirty detergent dealColgate-Palmolive has been fined $18 million over an illegal deal to control th
Colgate fined for dirty detergent deal
Herald Sun / Posted 5 minutes ago
Colgate-Palmolive has been fined $18 million over an illegal deal to control the price and supply of laundry detergents. In a deal with competitor Unilever Australia, Colgate stopped selling laundry concentrate in 2009 and started selling ultra... Read more
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Weekly Times
Colgate fined for dirty detergent dealColgate-Palmolive has been fined $18 million over an illegal deal to control th
Colgate fined for dirty detergent deal
Weekly Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Colgate-Palmolive has been fined $18 million over an illegal deal to control the price and supply of laundry detergents. In a deal with competitor Unilever Australia, Colgate stopped selling laundry concentrate in 2009 and started selling ultra... Read more
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Herald Sun
Italian oil giant Eni swings to 1Q lossItalian gas and oil giant Eni lost 792 million euros ($A1.1 billion) in the fir
Italian oil giant Eni swings to 1Q loss
Herald Sun / Posted 5 minutes ago
Italian gas and oil giant Eni lost 792 million euros ($A1.1 billion) in the first quarter on sharply weaker commodity prices. Eni on Friday said the loss compares with a profit of 832 million euros in the same period last year. Given weak pricing,... Read more
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Weekly Times
Italian oil giant Eni swings to 1Q lossItalian gas and oil giant Eni lost 792 million euros ($A1.1 billion) in the fir
Italian oil giant Eni swings to 1Q loss
Weekly Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Italian gas and oil giant Eni lost 792 million euros ($A1.1 billion) in the first quarter on sharply weaker commodity prices. Eni on Friday said the loss compares with a profit of 832 million euros in the same period last year. Given weak pricing,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Plus Funeral Management to Set Up Training InstituteA-Plus Funeral Management is mooting a plan to forge partnerships with other ac
Plus Funeral Management to Set Up Training Institute
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
A-Plus Funeral Management is mooting a plan to forge partnerships with other actors in the health sector to set up a training institute to boost skills development in the funeral management industry. Speaking to journalists last week, A-Plus Group... Read more
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