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Family businesses have the long-term vision, stewardship and values-driven strategy that can boost post-pandemic recovery and create a more sustainable economic model for future generations.
According to a study, leaders who were able to balance their approach and focus equally on results and people were seen as great 72% of the time.
Kevin Walkup, CEO of Harmonate, explains why being a supportive leader can actually bring more dividends then trying to rule the company with an iron fist.
Sydney Finkelstein, a professor of management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, looks at what makes leaders successful and how to nurture talent.
A recycling plant in Tanzania’s port city of Dar es Salaam has started making PPE, in the form of face masks, after its old business of recycled paper began to dry up.
Greater boardroom representation is only the beginning – catering properly to women customers could completely transform the financial sector.
The continent's vast informal sector is responsible for the majority of employment – but this holds millions back from access to proper financial services.
They account for 60% of GDP and 80% of the workforce in the Middle East, but family businesses possess a unique set of strengths and weaknesses.
South Africa's small business are set to meet new investors, but will it help revive the economy?
Last year's Black Panther film presented the inspiring vision of a technologically supreme Africa – but progressive financing is needed to set it moving forward.
A new study looked at data from the US following the financial crash and found having a more positive outlook on personal finance and the economy in general can actually reduce suicide ra...
Small enterprises that see past short-term growth and adopt a sustainable approach have valuable lessons to offer the corporate world.
Find out the four essential building blocks that created success for these two entrepreneurs.
Over the past decade, domestic Chinese companies have been taking market share from the big global players. How have they done this? And how should their competitors respond?
A Wall Street firm put up a statue of a girl in front of Lower Manhattan's well-known bronze charging bull.