BOB VAN DIJK
India remains the No 1 focus for Naspers: Group CEO Bob van Dijk
South African firm has ploughed $4 billion into India over past five years, making it the second largest internet investor after SoftBank.
Don’t let vested interests stifle innovation: Prosus CEO
Prosus CEO Bob van Dijk's statement comes at a time when the DPIIT is looking into o...
Van Dijk, Ronaldo and Messi shortlisted for FIFA award
The Dutch international denied Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for the European tit...
Naspers bullish on food delivery, classifieds, fintech: Bob van Dijk
Naspers recorded a $2.2 billion exit from Flipkart, India’s largest domestic online retailer, post the latter’s acquisition by Walmart earlier this year.
$8 billion deal to create meal delivery giant
Takeaway says the combination will achieve annual cost savings of about 20 million euros from centralising orders on its platform, unifying brands and improving procurement.
India should never be a digital colony like Europe: Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk
India needs to make sure that it builds an ecosystem for the success of local businesses. If I am blunt about it, I think Europe is a digital colony of the US. Europe has nothing.
Soccer-Klopp revels in Van Dijk's 'fairytale' debut
SOCCER-ENGLAND-LIV-EVE/VANDIJK (PIX):Soccer-Klopp revels in Van Dijk's 'fairytale' debut
Soccer-Liverpool must not sit on Champions League lead - Van Dijk
SOCCER-ENGLAND-LIV-MCI/VAN DIJK:Soccer-Liverpool must not sit on Champions League lead - Van Dijk
Soccer: Liverpool's Van Dijk relishing Man City test in Champions League
SOCCER-ENGLAND-LIV-VAN-DIJK:Soccer: Liverpool's Van Dijk relishing Man City test in Champions League
Soccer-Liverpool's Van Dijk relishing Man City test in Champions League
SOCCER-ENGLAND-LIV/VAN DIJK:Soccer-Liverpool's Van Dijk relishing Man City test in Champions League
Soccer: Initial refusal to sell Van Dijk cost Pellegrino: Le Tissier
SOCCER-ENGLAND-SOU-PELLEGRINO:Soccer: Initial refusal to sell Van Dijk cost Pellegrino: Le Tissier
Naspers scores! South African company notches Flipkart win
The move helps to line the pockets of the media and technology company, which is scouring the globe for investments to convince shareholders it’s on the right track.
Can centre-back Virgil van Dijk turn around Liverpool's leaky back four?
Van Dijk is no miracle worker, and Liverpool still need a commanding defensive midfielder in the Didi Hamann mould for the jigsaw to be complete.
Soccer-Southampton's Van Dijk still open to transfer
SOCCER-ENGLAND-SOU/VANDIJK:Soccer-Southampton's Van Dijk still open to transfer
Naspers hits the market with $10 bn from Tencent stake sale
Naspers plans to use the capital to scale and consolidate its position in "core ecommerce segments" globally.
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