ANN CROTTY: Are the days of shareholder capitalism numbered?

Shareholder capitalism incapable of long-term thinking

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ANN CROTTY: Now, about Basson’s R1.7bn

Shoprite shareholders’ meeting will be a crucial event

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ANN CROTTY: Chilling reminder of how brazen you can be when you have a president in your pocket

I thought I had reached Gupta-indignation fatigue and assumed there was nothing more this wretched family could do to amaze me. And then this

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ANN CROTTY: Learning to live with less

Why my friends are cutting back on their spending

ANN CROTTY: Why you should care about executive remuneration

Are most of our large fund managers captured?

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ANN CROTTY: SA keeps on keeping on

It surprises me how normal things are. The truth is that so many South Africans defy our leaders by just doing our jobs

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ANN CROTTY: Why nothing will happen to those behind state-capture activities

If you have the capital you don’t get the punishment

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ANN CROTTY: The charter hurts communities too

Even those it’s meant to help come off second best

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ANN CROTTY: Meet Hlaudi, the deathless villain

What are the chances that Motsoeneng will resurface?

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ANN CROTTY: State ownership may still be best

Corruption has taught SA some tough lessons

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ANN CROTTY: Hurtling headlong toward dystopia?

Are we returning to a world of an elite and underclass?

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ANN CROTTY: Not with my money, Mr Zuma

Attitudes to tax change amid rampant corruption

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ANN CROTTY: A rethink on results reporting

Perhaps we should think of independent media as a social good, rather than a free-market good

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ANN CROTTY: The irony of Bill’s messiah complex

Conventional thinking absolves Microsoft from blame

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ANN CROTTY: A growing sense
of unfairness

So many reasons to despair at the conduct of business

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