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11% boost for Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley posted a rise in quarterly profit as strength in wealth management and investment banking businesses made up for a slowdown in trading.
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Greece in recession again, despite growth predictions
The Greek economy fell into recession again last year, confounding its international creditors who had predicted some growth.
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OPINION: Gender inequality is rife at senior management level in SA
Cebile Xulu, Mondelez South Africa’s HR Director: South, Central and East Africa, writes about gender inequality at top management in corporate SA.
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Rio Tinto's ex-CEO faces fraud charges on $3.7 billion coal calamity
Rio Tinto Group’s calamitous $3.7 billion coal deal in Mozambique keeps coming back to haunt the world’s second-biggest miner.
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Messi scores 100th Euro goal as Barca shrug off Pique red card
Barca lead Group D with a perfect record from three games, while Juventus remain three points behind, thanks to a 2-1 win over Sporting Lisbon.
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VIDEO: I felt like it was my first game, says AB de Villiers
Welcome back, Abraham Benjamin de Villiers!
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Benfica howler hands all three points to Man United
It was a lucky break for the Premier League high-flyers who, despite dominating possession, had been struggling to create meaningful chances.
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Hazard rescues point for Chelsea after Roma comeback
Chelsea remain two points clear of Roma at the top of Group C, but this was the latest in a growing list of alarming displays from the Premier League champions.
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Distraught dad reveals daughter's final moments in nightclub shooting
“When they called out ‘Absie, are you okay?’, she never answered but lifted her hand as if she was about to say something. She died then and there."
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WATCH: CPUT on edge as students demand assembly to address issues
About 80 students held a meeting a few metres away from Cape Town campus demanding a student assembly to address issues plaguing institution.
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30 million South Africans' personal data leaked online
Web security expert revealed personal information of over 30 million South Africans, including their ID numbers, had apparently been leaked online.
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Zuma approves new SAA board, Myeni axed
President Jacob Zuma’s cabinet has approved a new board for South African Airways and Dudu Myeni has been removed from the SAA board.
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