Monthly Archive for January, 2013
An explosion at the main headquarters of Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, also damaged three floors of the building, sending hundreds into the streets and a large plume of smoke over the skyline.
AEG’s assets include the Staples Center in Los Angeles and stakes in US sports groups, including the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team
John McCain led the clashes in a day-long interrogation of the nominee for defence secretary by the Senate Armed Services Committee
The justice department said a merger between AB InBev and Grupo Modelo could raise prices, causing billions of dollars of harm to US consumers
Northeast lawmakers are asking the Obama administration to abandon a plan to allow energy companies to conduct seismic research to identify hidden pockets of potential oil and gas along the Atlantic Coast. The Interior Department is on track to make a decision about allowing those seismic surveys as early as March.
Allegation that borrowed money was to be invested in the bank as part of cash call in 2008, which if confirmed, could contravene market regulations
Markets ease gently after an unexpected fall in US fourth-quarter GDP provides excuse for profit-taking after recent rally
The spread between what it costs lenders to fund mortgages and what they charge borrowers has halved since a record set in September
A week after a federal appeals court rejected government mandates that refineries buy millions of gallons alternative fuel that is not commercially available, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said it plans to require companies to buy even more of it this year.
Peregrine’s ex-head had pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud, one count of embezzlement of customer funds and two counts of lying to regulators