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  • JOHANNESBURG/ LONDON, Sept 28- Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies were raided by South African authorities on Wednesday on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates between Asia and South Africa, the country's Competition Commission said. The six companies raided comprise local subsidiaries of Denmark's Maersk, Swiss-headquartered...

  • Disruptive company wages war on underwear

    Tom Patterson, Tommy John founder & CEO, discusses how his company is fending off competition in traditional men's undershirts.

  • JOHANNESBURG, Sept 28- Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies were raided by South African authorities on Wednesday on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates between Asia and South Africa, the country's Competition Commission said. The six companies comprise local subsidiaries of Denmark's Maersk, Swiss-headquartered Mediterranean...

  • JOHANNESBURG, Sept 28- Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies were raided by South African authorities on Wednesday on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates between Asia and South Africa, the country's Competition Commission said. The six companies raided comprise local subsidiaries of Denmark's Maersk, Swiss-headquartered...

  • JOHANNESBURG, Sept 28- Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies were raided by South African authorities on Wednesday on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates between Asia and South Africa, the country's Competition Commission said. The six companies raided comprise local subsidiaries of Denmark's Maersk, Portugal's Mediterranean...

  • JOHANNESBURG, Sept 28- Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies were raided by South African authorities on Wednesday on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates between Asia and South Africa, the country's Competition Commission said. The six companies comprise local subsidiaries of Denmark's Maersk, Portugal's Mediterranean Shipping...

  • Switzerland named most competitive economy by the WEF

    Margareta Drzeniek, head of global competitiveness and risks at the World Economic Forum, discusses competition and her concerns about protectionism.

  • FreshDirect debuts one-hour food delivery: CEO

    Jason Ackerman, FreshDirect CEO, talks about how the company is using the latest round of funding to expand it online service, FoodKick.

  • Apple tax ruling overstepping by EU?

    CNBC's Sara Eisen speaks with Margrethe Vestager, European Commission, about why the anti-trust arm of the Commission investigated Apple's tax situation in Ireland.

  • The U.S. is falling short on a number of critical measures of competitiveness, a Harvard study finds.

  • Price of innovation in pharma: Pro

    Kevin Sharer, Harvard Business School, discusses competition in the pharmaceutical industry and balancing drug prices and profits.

  • US economy caught in DC gridlock: Michael Porter

    The amount of legislation being passed now is virtually at an all-time low, says Michael Porter, Harvard Business School sharing his thoughts on what's impeding economic growth in the U.S.

  • Michael Porter: US 'tangled up' in tax structure

    The real barrier to our prosperity is Washington, says Michael Porter, Harvard Business School, discussing how U.S. corporate tax policy is limiting global competitiveness for the nation's companies.

  • A worker assembles a box spring at the McRoskey Mattress facility in San Francisco.

    We are stalled in America and small business is struggling, says Michael Porter, Harvard Business School, with Jan Rivkin, HBS business professor, discussing the results of Harvard's fifth annual survey which shows the U.S. lagging in competitiveness.

  • Ocado would benefit from new competitor Amazon Fresh taking on some of its rivals, an analyst told CNBC.

  • Donuts enter breakfast battle

    CNBC's Susan Li reports there's a new competitor in the war to win consumers for America's morning meal - Federal Donuts, and it has taken the market by storm. Restaurateur Michael Solomonov explains.

  • Power of endorsements: Pro

    Suan Anderson, FBR Capital Markets, shares her outlook on Under Armour as sneaker wars heat up in Asia.

  • Sneaker wars rage on in Asia

    CNBC's Sara Eisen talks to Kevin Plank, Under Armour CEO and the NBA's Stephen Curry about competing against established brands in Asia.

  • Valdis Dombrovskis

    The U.K. cannot "cherry pick" the parts of the single market it wants to keep when it quits the European Union, Valdis Dombrovskis told CNBC.

  • What should an EpiPen cost?

    Scott Gottlieb, AEI resident fellow, and Sam Waksal, Kadmon Corporation, discuss how competition impacts drug pricing and whether the FDA is working fast enough to streamline its approval process.