Ripple Labs is gaining new customers because financial firms are seeking faster, more up-to-date technology than the Swift banking network, CEO Brad Garlinghouse said.
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In a world where iPhone demand is on the wane, Apple has a Plan B. But there’s no back-up for many of the companies that supply components for the iPhone.
MTN Group’s Rwanda unit is considering a share sale on the country’s stock exchange to help fund planned network upgrades.
Is MTN Group on the verge of being chased out of its biggest market? Not a bit of it, according to CEO Rob Shuter.
Home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba has succumbed to pressure to quit after a court found he’d lied under oath and a compromising video of him was circulated on social media.
SAP, Europe’s biggest technology company, has agreed to buy Qualtrics International for $8-billion in cash, preempting the US enterprise software company’s plans to go public.
South Africa’s deputy energy minister expects the latest round of climate talks will make global markets cleaner starting next year and defended her nation’s coal use as a way to reduce poverty.
Samsung Electronics will roll out its foldable phone in the first half of next year and produce at least a million of them, Yonhap News reported, citing the company’s smartphone chief DJ Koh.
That obsolete smartphone stashed away in a drawer or closet may not look like a national security risk, but the Trump administration is contemplating treating it as one.
Permira is working with an adviser to find a buyer for its data centre company, Teraco Data Environments, people with knowledge of the matter said.