Reuters
3:00
Yesterday

Musk under major emotional stress

In a tearful interview with the New York Times, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the past year had been the most difficult and painful of his career.

2:30

Uganda wants MTN to list locally before licence extension

The country asks MTN Uganda to list some of its shares on the local stock exchange as a condition for renewing its operating licence.

3:40
Thursday

Uber still long way from finding profit

The ride-hailing company narrows its quarterly loss but is far from proving it can be profitable as it gears up to go public in 2019.

4:10
Wednesday

No formal offer or deals for Musk's Tesla plan

Tesla's board appoints a special committee to decide what to do about CEO Elon Musk's potential offer to take the electric carmaker private.

5:00
14 Aug

Musk finally details plan to take Tesla private

Tesla CEO Elon Musk seeks to add credibility to his proposed $72 billion deal, tweeting details of financial advisers and sharing his vision via a blog.

3:50
13 Aug

Tesla's slow disclosure raises governance concerns

The handling of CEO Elon Musk's proposal to take Tesla private and its failure to promptly file a formal disclosure is a corporate governance lapse.

2:40
10 Aug

Samsung plans $22bn spending on new tech

Seeking new growth drivers, Samsung will invest $22 billion in artificial intelligence, 5G, electronic auto components and biopharmaceuticals.

4:30
10 Aug

Tesla's board seeks more info on Musk's financing plan

The board has not yet received a detailed financing plan from CEO Elon Musk, who has said he will take Tesla private in a deal worth $72 billion.

2:10
10 Aug

Naspers creates VOD unit as Netflix rivalry heats up

The company establishes the over-the-top video unit in a bid to counter stiff competition for video-on-demand from global players such as Netflix.

5:50
8 Aug

Elon Musk says taking Tesla private is 'best path'

The move will take the electric car maker out of the glare of Wall Street as it goes through a period of rapid growth under tight financial constraints.

2:00
3 Aug

Huawei sees smartphone shipments rebound in 2018

The company believes it could become the world's number one player in the fourth quarter of next year.