Last year it was called QXL, early this year it was known as Tradus, and now it is known as MIH Internet Europe. And consists of two divisions, or “groups”, namely the Ricardo Group (operates in western Europe) and the Allegro Group (operates in eastern Europe). [Read on]
Now, now. Let’s test my theory.
I’ve been saying “abroad” has become a nice place for SA companies to do things “behind the backs of shareholders”, ie. without telling what they’re up to. This can be dangerous for local shareholders (witness the Sasol episode of last week). [Read on]