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“When it comes to the future, there are three kinds of people: those who let it happen, those who make it happen, and those...

Apple Inc has announced billions in capital expenditure and tax payments following the return of overseas cash to the US. According to the group it...

Britain’s economy is likely to do better in 2018 than many forecasts suggest and the benefits of global growth in the coming years will...

The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Theresa May last week  appointed a “minister of loneliness” after accepting a series of recommendations from the Jo Cox Commission...

PwC faced conflict of interest claims on Tuesday over its role handling the winding-up of failed building giant Carillion, a British multinational facilities management and construction...

Trusts are often seen as the be all and end all of estate planning. However, the way in which our living situations, financial planning,...

The January selloff in Bitcoin got fresh impetus in the last 24 hours when cryptocurrency slumped as much as 25%, as the prospect of...

The Financial Services Board (FSB) was working with the Johannesburg Stock Exchange to determine whether to open a formal investigation into the volatile share...

The end of offshore tax havens is nearing with Panama's reaffirmation to its commitment to the automatic exchange of financial account information pursuant to...

The Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) is progressing “satisfactorily” with its investigation into audit firm KPMG regarding the firm’s involvement in the audit...