Help or hype: can travel apps make a difference?

SPONSORED | FCM Travel Solutions developed the Sam app to put business travellers’ needs first

Disconnect between start-ups and big business stunting SME growth

SA’s first impact investing conference shows that more needs to be done to support SMEs well after they are established and growing

WATCH: The big changes that could derail your investments

Martyn Briggs, vice-president at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, talks to Business Day TV about big data, electric vehicles and other big influencers

High-performance leadership: how to bring leaders and employers together with a single focus

SPONSORED | Leadership failure leads to rapid organisational failure

Cash-flush Naspers to invest R4.6bn in SA’s tech sector and black-owned start-ups

The company will spend R3.2bn over three years on the development of its existing tech businesses and plans to launch a R1.4bn start-up fund in 2019

Villagers win landmark case against mining company

A small group of 38 villagers challenge a mining company, of which they are also part, against mining platinum on their land, and win this battle in the ...

Impact investing task-force created to draw in the private sector

‘Our key priority is changing the psyche of SA’s key decision-makers to understand that investing is not just about a commercial bottom line’

Steinhoff scandal now putting orphans’ lives at risk

Shareholders are not the only people that will suffer from the accounting scam — charities are bracing themselves for the day the embattled company pulls the ...

Naspers to increase its stake in Indian online food delivery business

Swiggy’s third financing round could raise more than $600m

Import/export: A new level of confidence is budding

Due to the recession, trading conditions in SA are difficult, says Antony Meltzer, CEO at Investec Import Solutions. "We have found that the utilisation of ...

Cyber scammers are a cruel reality in the digital world

AI and machine learning provide the best chance businesses have in winning the fight against online scammers

Despite talk of equality, women bosses still rare in the US

Fewer than five percent of leaders of the S&P 500 largest enterprises are women

New ‘master plan’ could inject R135bn into SA’s car industry

The new plan, likely to be in place in December, will increase local content of new cars to 60%

Performance fees under scrutiny at adviser conference

SA asset managers have to think differently about their performance fees to encourage fairness, transparency and reduce complexity, industry experts say.

SA’s rich investors pursue responsible investing

Through changes in asset allocation, SA's wealthy investors are voting with their pockets to influence responsible investing

Chat-room currency ‘cartel’ traders go on trial

Three traders facing trial in a US court are the first individuals to be brought to book in a rigging scandal that has cost banks $14bn in penalties

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