South Africa’s government is in talks with fixed-line operator Telkom SA SOC Ltd. about taking part in a partnership to boost broadband usage in the country, according to Communications Minister Yunus Carrim.
The first known outbreak of the chikungunya virus in the Western Hemisphere has Caribbean governments working to prevent the disease from spreading and damaging the region’s tourism-dependent economies.
France’s port of La Rochelle, the country’s second-largest cereal-export hub, shipped 24 percent more grain for export in January than in the previous month on a jump in wheat cargoes destined for West Africa.
CBOE Holdings Inc. and McGraw-Hill Cos. won an Illinois court ruling barring the International Securities Exchange LLC from providing a forum for the trading of S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average index options.
The seventh tropical depression of the Atlantic hurricane season picked up speed as it churned west toward the Windward Islands, prompting the U.S. to send a hurricane reconnaissance aircraft today to investigate.
The traveler’s introduction to dining in Paris near the Gare du Nord can be discouraging: Neon signs flash above rundown cafes with poor service and food that makes a meal aboard the Eurostar a tempting alternative.
France Telecom SA, Europe’s third- largest telephone company, resolved an antitrust probe into its business in France’s Caribbean territories by promising to help improve competitors’ telecommunications service there.