With the news that South African political prisoner-turned-president Nelson Mandela died today at the age of 95, we are republishing an interview with Mandela conducted by our former editor Marshall Loeb.
Despite his flaws, and perhaps because of them, we find there is much more to consider about the late Nelson Mandela's development as a leader.
As Dow Chemical rethinks its identity, it should consider: a name change is sometimes more trouble than it's worth.
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It appears unlikely that Comcast would be able to acquire all of Time Warner Cable. If it makes a bid at all, it would more likely be for just part of the company, with Charter Communications getting the rest.
The British billionaire reflects on his friendship -- and his business relationship -- with the South African leader.
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GM's decision to stop selling Chevrolet vehicles in western Europe suggests the automaker hasn't yet devised a credible strategy for stemming the rush of red ink in the region.
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