Companies and customers are being forced to explore new ways to do business, and ironically they may discover that these options are better.
Author: Patrick Cairns
When e-commerce platform Jumia listed in New York last month, it was heralded as Africa’s first unicorn to go public.
It’s hard to believe now that between February 2000 and October 2001, the Naspers share price fell from R96 to less than R15.
My car is 11 years old this year. I’ve looked after it well, serviced it regularly, and only ever had one major mechanical issue. However, I use it very little. Should I ditch it for Uber?
Automating the claims process would benefit both the insurer and the insured. It is already possible, and it seems likely that things will move quickly in this direction.
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Over the past decade, British author and commentator Chris Skinner has become one of the most influential voices in the world on the future of financial services. He has advised the White House, the
In the last few weeks before Christmas, parents around the world are searching for the best presents to give their children. Everything from dolls to drones will be on the shopping list. But how about also giving them some financial
The story of the JSE so far this year has mostly been the story of Naspers. The media giant’s share price has gained over 75% in 2017 and accounts for the majority of the index gains year to date. It follows that unit trust funds
In the past few years, much has been made of the performance of the “Fang” stocks in the US. The acronym refers to four high-growth technology companies – Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google (now Alphabet). The shares of all four