A profitable General Motors Co. is poised to shake off a half decade of U.S. government oversight next month, underscoring the comeback of a once-moribund industry and gaining leeway over a $26.8 billion cash pile that it can use to lure talent while weighing a dividend.
Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos’s reiteration of comments that he’s beginning to consider stepping down won’t affect the country’s drive for investment, analysts including Mike Davies of Kigoda Consulting said.
Brian Joffe, chief executive officer and founder of Bidvest Group Ltd., said planning for his succession is progressing “very well” with a senior team already in place at South Africa’s biggest diversified industrial company by revenue.
Mukhriz Mahathir, the 48-year-old son of Malaysia’s longest-serving prime minister, will tomorrow contest the vice presidency of the nation’s biggest political party, staking his claim as a potential future national leader.
I would not have expected Alex Pareene to be the best CNBC guest since Carl Icahn but here we are. I hope you caught his performance on Friday, telling an incredulous CNBC crew that JPMorgan should fire Jamie Dimon and replace him with any guy off the street, but if not do check it out.