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Shareholders finally find their voice on executive pay

Six market darlings (well, mostly) under pressure …

Distell launches premium wine company

Putting corporate muscle behind SA's efforts to raise its global wine profile.

Absa seeks first-time buyers in push to revive mortgage lending

The local bank is playing catch up in a sluggish economy.

Worst-performing SA stock gets bid for crown jewel

Ascendis Health in talks to sell one of its best-performing units.

Volkswagen, Ford to announce automotive alliance

Companies will announce their partnership against the backdrop of the Detroit auto show.

Monster gold-mining deals pile pressure on those left behind

Mark Bristow’s message for smaller rivals just got even more pointed.

VW to spend $800m to produce E-cars on Tesla’s home turf

The world’s largest automaker is throwing its enormous scale behind dethroning US electric-car leader Tesla.

Goldman names Alphabet, Netflix among attractive stock bets

Along with TripAdvisor, Expedia Group and Chipotle Mexican Grill.

Samsung targets Indian millennials with cheaper smartphones

The three M series devices, all priced below $283 apiece, will launch on February 5.

WeChat’s star founder seeks second act for China’s super-app

Allen Zhang says WeChat risks becoming obsolete.

Please Call Me inventor: ‘I haven’t agreed on anything with Vodacom’

Nkosana Makate has rejected Vodacom’s undisclosed compensation amount, adding a new twist to the protracted battle between both parties.

Netflix’s $45bn rally sets up earnings showdown next week

Steaming company's shares gained 4% on Friday.

In Tencent’s future, it won’t be the humans who chat

Apple’s biggest competitor in China isn’t Xiaomi or Huawei Technologies. It’s Tencent Holdings.

Google board sued for hushing claims of executive misconduct

Investors claim the board failed in its duties by allowing harassment to occur.

AB InBev is looking for a long-term commitment

World’s largest brewer announces that it’s issuing $15.5bn of bonds with maturities as long as 40 years.



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