VIDEO: Kenya’s still ‘food revolution’

While South Africa is a categorical marketplace in Africa for a general quick food brands, it is not a usually target. In Kenya there is a still “food revolution” going on and while internal restaurants do not feel threatened yet, analysts contend it is usually a matter of time. From Nairobi, a BBC’s Michael Kaloki […]

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VIDEO: South Africa’s ardour for quick food

South Africa has one of a top urbanisation rates on a continent. Many workers are members of a new African center category who aspire to have general brands and available foods. Across a continent some-more Africans are eating burgers, pizzas and boiled duck and a consumer goods’ marketplace is approaching to grow to $1 trillion […]

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VIDEO: Social security: India’s new plan

About 40% of Indians live next a misery line, so if a offer for a concept amicable confidence complement ever comes to fruition, it will be a biggest bequest of a 2015 budget. But questions are already being asked about practicality and affordability. Can amicable confidence sustenance turn some-more than only an aspiration? Sameer Hashmi […]

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VIDEO: More women in German boardrooms

Germany’s council has upheld a law creation it mandatory for a country’s biggest companies to designate some-more women to their boards. From subsequent year, around 100 of Germany’s largest businesses contingency safeguard 30% of their supervisory play are women. Dr Sigrid Evelyn Nikutta, Chief Executive of BVG, speaks to Jenny Hill and explains a inequalities […]

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King seizes control during Rangers EGM

Dave King, Paul Murray and John Gilligan have succeeded in being voted on to a Rangers house during Friday’s unusual ubiquitous assembly during Ibrox. Shareholders during a assembly called by King, who owns 14.5% of shares in Rangers International Football Club plc, voted Derek Llambias and financial executive Barry Leach off a board. King’s consortium […]

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Glenn allocated FA arch executive

The Football Association has allocated Martin Glenn as a new arch executive. The CEO of United Biscuits replaces ubiquitous secretary Alex Horne and will start his new pursuit during Wembley on 18 May. The 54-year-old has a deteriorate sheet during Wolves and was a non-executive executive during Leicester City from 2002 to 2006. “I have […]

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DFS sequence earnings to batch market

6 Mar 2015 Last updated during 11:15 Shares in seat sequence DFS have done a solid start on a London batch market, following a levity that valued a organisation during £543m. The retailer’s shares were labelled during 255p each, during a bottom finish of a indicated operation of 245-310p. The shares peaked to 270p in […]

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Dozens arrested in cybercrime raids

6 Mar 2015 Last updated during 12:23 One raid led to a detain of a male guess to be concerned with an conflict on Yahoo in 2012 The UK’s National Crime Agency has arrested 56 suspected hackers as partial of a “strike week” opposite cybercrime. In total, 25 apart operations were carried out opposite England, […]

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Thomas Cook shares burst on China deal

6 Mar 2015 Last updated during 13:52 Shares in Thomas Cook have jumped 21% following a news that Chinese organisation Fosun has bought a 5% interest in a UK transport company. The pierce consolidates Fosun’s participation in a European holiday market, after it bought France’s Club Med final month. Fosun paid £91.9m ($140.12 million) for […]

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Vodafone offers tellurian maternity deal

6 Mar 2015 Last updated during 12:30 By Lucy Hooker Business reporter, BBC News The process will impact women during Vodafone’s subsidiaries worldwide Vodafone is introducing a worldwide maternity policy, charity significantly improved terms than a orthodox smallest in many of a countries where it operates. The process includes a smallest of 16 weeks fully-paid […]

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