Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Why the energy sector needs strategic development

The global energy sector is a source of concern for governments and populations as well as a locale of conflict. In recent years, the sector has experienced a fair amount of turbulence. We feature...

Home loans for the Islamic market

The Islamic banking sector has seen considerable growth over the past few years, alongside increasing demand for residential home ownership in countries like Saudi Arabia. We spoke to Abdulellah Al Shaikh - CEO of...

How Croatian e-Cigarette Firm Elda Extinguished their Competition

Innovators in a relatively new market, Croatian family-firm, Elda, have fired up the e-cigarette sector. Despite being voted the leading manufacturer of e-cigarettes in Europe in recent times, the Croatian firm Elda is hardly one...

Unifin is Leading the Way for Leasing in Mexico

A profitable and respected leasing company helping SMEs in Mexico to forge their own success, Unifin has undoubtedly proved to be a Latin American trailblazer. Here is how the 23-year-old firm has surged ahead...

Caterpillar names new CEO, makes executive appointments

Jim Umpleby has taken the helm at Caterpillar with three newly appointed executives will support him.   The company's Board of Directors has appointed current Construction Industries Group President Tom Pellette to group president of Energy...

Cisco: Re-imagining technology in an accelerated world

Hardly a day goes by when for either better or worse technological innovations don’t make the news. We talk to Monique Morrow of Cisco, Switzerland and winner of Business Worldwide Global Corporate Excellence Awards in two categories,...

Martin Bellin: From Treasury Vision to Treasury Mission

New technologies can revolutionise the way that businesses operate. In this article, we look at Martin Bellin, CEO of BELLIN, and how he changed the face of treasury software. It has been nearly 20...

Glass Rite: A Transparent Strategy for Success

When Glass Rite’s CEO LJP Roets opened for business in a tiny Pretoria corner shop, he had no idea that just two decades later his company would be one of the country’s leading glass...

Wells Fargo CEO Stumpf steps down after fake accounts scandal

Embattled Wells Fargo chairman and CEO John Stumpf has retired with immediate effect following a sham accounts scandal, the San Francisco bank announced Wednesday. Mr Stumpf's departure from the US commercial and retail banking giant...

Sweden’s Handelsbanken ousts CEO Frank Vang-Jensen

Sweden’s Handelsbanken has dispensed of CEO Frank Vang-Jensen, after a unanimous board decision. The bank said that the decision was purely related to the individual and not in any way tied to the bank’s performance....

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