Twitter has announced a restructuring and reduction in headcount of approximately 9% of its global workforce.
Qualcomm has announced a $47-billion deal to acquire NXP Semiconductor.
LG’s home appliances, air conditioners, and TVs are making the company a lot of money – it’s smartphone business, though, is not doing as well.
Samsung’s earnings have declined due to the Galaxy Note 7 discontinuation.
Tesla has released its third quarter results, which showed a quarterly profit of $22 million.
Apple has posted its first annual sales decline since 2001 – the year it launched the iPod.
Afrihost CEO Gian Visser has revealed why they bought back the company from MTN.
Economist Garth Mackenzie and analyst Peter Attard Montalto warn of a country where the President has gone rogue, which will see a ratings downgrade and a ruined economy.
Twitter plans to cut around 300 jobs in the near future, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Many of South Africa’s top companies and CEOs have committed to “Do the right thing; Stand by what is right; and Reject what is wrong” as part of the CEO Initiative Pledge.