At least 40 firm are registered with the South African government that use the Mandela name.
The first rule of the wine industry: don't talk about the wine industry. Much less its overpriced fakes.
As the US job market improves, it's also evolving, with winners and losers.
Barack Obama is calling on Congress to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed.
After reckless lending brought several banks to their knees during the GFC, the review will judge whether banks have learnt their lesson.
Lloyds of London has made a $2.4 million payout to investors in a New Zealand mortgage trust supposedly insured against losses.
Greece's state doctors extended the strike through to December 13, after failed negotiations with the government over job cuts.
UK film rental chain plans to close 62 shops and lay off 427 employees, and warns remaining 91 stores and 808 staff could face the same fate.
The British government says austerity will remain in place for years to come, even though its economy is growing faster than most of its peers.
OPINION: The Australian government can't fix the commercial disaster that the national carrier faces.
Qantas will axe at least 1000 jobs over the next year and may sell Jetstar businesses.
Egypt is committed to restoring investor confidence after years of unrest, says its interim prime minister.
The world's largest retailer is being investigated for bribery in Mexico, with misconduct possible in other countries.
EU antitrust regulators slapped a record penalty on six major banks for manipulating Libor rates.
Australia's economy continues to expand at a below-trend pace with annual growth of 2.3 per cent.
Emergency benefit will be removed from more than a million long-term unemployed Americans.
The global hotel chain says it could raise as much as NZ$2.9 billion on the US stock exchange.
BP was handed another victory in its bid to block what could be hundreds of millions of dollars in settlement payments to Gulf Coast businesses following the 2010 oil spill.
The price of oil increased to NZ$115 a barrel, bolstered by encouraging manufacturing data from the US and China.
Detroit eligible for the biggest municipal bankruptcy in US history because the city is broke, judge says.