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Apple and Samsung lose ground on cooling tablet market
24/7/2014 16:51
Apple and Samsung lose ground on cooling tablet marketApple and Samsung have lost ground in the tablet computer market as growth cools in the once-hot segment.
Google under fire from regulators over response to EU privacy ruling
24/7/2014 14:59
Google under fire from regulators over response to EU privacy rulingGoogle's handling of "right to be forgotten" requests from European citizens will come under fire from the continent's privacy watchdogs.
Gallo looking into Sapa purchase
24/7/2014 16:58
Gallo Images is looking into possibly purchasing the SA Press Association (Sapa).
Holiday town prices show improvement Holiday town prices show improvement
24/7/2014 13:54
There has been a noticeable improvement in house price performance in the holiday town residential market, an FNB estate agent survey revealed on Thursday.
CPI confirms interest rate hike: Seifsa CPI confirms interest rate hike: Seifsa
23/7/2014 16:09
The consumer price index (CPI) figure for June is confirmation of the SA Reserve Bank's motivation for the recent interest rate hike.
 
Numsa wary of wage offer amendment Numsa wary of wage offer amendment
24/7/2014 14:11
Trade union Numsa expressed fears that an amendment by employers to the new wage offer will result in retrenchments or restructuring in the next three years.
Numsa condemns Seifsa''s "hasty" decision Numsa condemns Seifsa's "hasty" decision
23/7/2014 11:20
Numsa bemoaned Seifsa's "hasty" decision to make public a proposed wage offer to try to end the strike in the metals sector.
 
Hong Kong stocks up 0.39% by break Hong Kong stocks up 0.39% by break
24/7/2014 7:10
Hong Kong shares ended the morning session 0.39 percent higher on Thursday after preliminary figures showed an index of Chinese manufacturing activity hit an 18-month high in June.
Google offers big prize for small power box Google offers big prize for small power box
24/7/2014 14:37
Google is offering a million-dollar prize for a breakthrough that would make solar or wind generated electricity more enticing for everyday uses.
 
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Gallo looking into Sapa purchaseGallo looking into Sapa purchase
24/7/2014 16:58
Gallo Images is looking into possibly purchasing the SA Press Association (Sapa).
 
Apple and Samsung lose ground on cooling tablet marketApple and Samsung lose ground on cooling tablet market
24/7/2014 16:51
Apple and Samsung have lost ground in the tablet computer market as growth cools in the once-hot segment.
 
Zuma appoints fiscal commision membersZuma appoints fiscal commision members
24/7/2014 16:29
President Jacob Zuma on Thursday appointed three members to the Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC).
 
Google under fire from regulators over response to EU privacy rulingGoogle under fire from regulators over response to EU privacy ruling
24/7/2014 14:59
Google's handling of "right to be forgotten" requests from European citizens will come under fire from the continent's privacy watchdogs.
 
Gauteng improved its revenue: CreecyGauteng improved its revenue: Creecy
24/7/2014 14:43
The Gauteng provincial government has improved its revenue from R2,620 billion to R4,344bn over the past five years.
 
Google offers big prize for small power boxGoogle offers big prize for small power box
24/7/2014 14:37
Google is offering a million-dollar prize for a breakthrough that would make solar or wind generated electricity more enticing for everyday uses.
 
Numsa wary of wage offer amendmentNumsa wary of wage offer amendment
24/7/2014 14:11
Trade union Numsa expressed fears that an amendment by employers to the new wage offer will result in retrenchments or restructuring in the next three years.
 
Holiday town prices show improvementHoliday town prices show improvement
24/7/2014 13:54
There has been a noticeable improvement in house price performance in the holiday town residential market, an FNB estate agent survey revealed on Thursday.
 
FAA lifts ban on US flights to Tel Aviv aiportFAA lifts ban on US flights to Tel Aviv aiport
24/7/2014 12:50
The Federal Aviation Administration has lifted its ban on U.S. flights in and out of Israel, which the agency had imposed out of concern for the risk of planes being hit by Hamas rockets.
 
Banks must help in nuclear bid: RamaphosaBanks must help in nuclear bid: Ramaphosa
24/7/2014 12:37
The country's financial institutions should assist government to cost and fund the intended nuclear build programme, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa suggested on Thursday.
 
China avoids second corporate bond default: reportChina avoids second corporate bond default: report
24/7/2014 10:50
A construction firm narrowly avoided becoming the second company in China's modern financial history to default on a corporate bond after a last-minute rescue by local authorities, state-run media said Thursday.
 
Nokia reports renaissance, shares jumpNokia reports renaissance, shares jump
24/7/2014 10:36
Finnish telecom equipment group Nokia jumped back into profit in the second quarter, it reported on Thursday, boosted by restructuring after it lost its leading position in handsets and sold its phone division to Microsoft.
 
Nokia intros most affordable Windows Phone 8.1 device yetNokia intros most affordable Windows Phone 8.1 device yet
24/7/2014 7:54
With a retail price of €99 (around $135), the Nokia Lumia 530 promises to make Microsoft's mobile operating system accessible to a wider clientele. In light of its low price, it's no surprise that this four-inch Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone is not 4G-ready.
 
Want to help Apple develop its next operating system?Want to help Apple develop its next operating system?
24/7/2014 7:30
Apple is taking a leaf out of Google's book and releasing its latest desktop operating system - OSX Yosemite - as a public beta, ahead of its official launch this autumn.
 
Hong Kong stocks up 0.39% by breakHong Kong stocks up 0.39% by break
24/7/2014 7:10
Hong Kong shares ended the morning session 0.39 percent higher on Thursday after preliminary figures showed an index of Chinese manufacturing activity hit an 18-month high in June.
 






 

 




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