Daily Archive for January 2nd, 2013
Coast Guard officials were taking advantage of a break in fierce winds and high seas on Wednesday to send surveillance flights and a salvage crew to the scene of Shell’s grounded Arctic drilling rig.
US secretary of state is ‘making good progress on all fronts’ four days after doctors discovered a bloodclot in her head linked to a concussion
Governor of New Jersey was one a number of Republicans who chastised the party’s leaders in the House for allowing a $60bn relief package to expire
Monday’s rally triggered by the fiscal cliff deal may not last long, as the White House and Republicans position themselves for even greater confrontations
Deskus joins Baker Hughes after two years as chief information officer at Ingersoll Rand. She replaces Clif Triplett, who quietly stepped down recently.
Chief expects company to overtake JPMorgan Chase in direct-to-consumer mortgage lending and be ‘more aggressive’ in loans to companies
Global stocks jumped, with the S&P 500 posting its biggest one day in more than a year, as a relief rally swept risk assets higher in the wake of a cliff deal
Benchmark crude for February delivery rose $1.30 to $93.12 a barrel
Houston-based Altivia Corp. is sold to Germany’s Brenntag for $125 million, but its chemical affiliate remains independant.
Gaming revenues jump 19.6% to a monthly record in December but growth for the full year slows markedly as overall gross revenue hits $38bn