There's something suspect about the Silicon Valley super network's revenue stream.
Insight Director at Pearlfisher discusses how more companies are starting to voice their social and political opinions through packaging and image.
Writers are angry about the lack of royalties they get when their tracks are played and think they deserve a bigger slice of the action.
The national government has created a new distribution system for welfare and social security beneficiaries using biometric technology.
CEO of PositiveLuxury.com seeks to educate consumers on the luxury products they purchase to drive sales and cut down on waste.
Starbucks, Gap, Nike and The Killers help raise funds for aids research with limited edition items.
Medicines campaigners target Abbott over the high price of its Aids drug, Kaletra. Meanwhile an independent but GAVI-funded study shows the roll-out of pneumococcal vaccine it is supporting is cost-effective.
The Bitcoin was waning in popularity when it launched two years ago. Now, thanks to a new currency exchange service called Ruxum, the digital dollars might have a chance at becoming global.
Thoughts on the value of consumer confidence statistics in Africa and beyond.
Frederick Kaufman discovers Goldman Sachs' pivotal role in the rising food prices that have led to a global problem.
Outside of Vatican City, Niue is the world’s least populous country, a self-governing Pacific nation with a headcount comparable to that of a large high school.
It seems only moments since we were lurching into a New Year overshadowed by global financial collapse. Yet here we are in December, and most of us in business in Africa are saying ‘ Well that wasn’t so bad, was it?’