Daily Archive for January 7th, 2013
Quarterly results briefing described by some analysts as Apple’s “most important conference call in years
In recent years the group’s declining sales and profits have prompted analysts to raise questions over whether its performance can be revived
A massive campaign to free a grounded Arctic drilling rig that employed more than a dozen ships and some 730 people cleared a big hurdle Monday, as salvagers pulled the vessel to safe harbor in Alaska.
Former Republican senator Chuck Hagel is nominated for defence secretary while John Brennan is the administration’s choice to head the CIA
KFC owner’s shares fall over announcement that allegations its suppliers injected growth hormonesand antiviral drugs into chicken beyond food safety limits will damage fourth-quarter earnings
The oil tanker Overseas Reymar struck “a glancing blow” to a tower of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge after unloading crude at a Royal Dutch Shell refinery the day before.
Chesapeake Energy Corp’s embattled board of directors is pursuing a set of changes in response to widespread criticisms, including to its compensation and rewards system for executives like CEO Aubrey McClendon, the company said Monday.
Motiva Enterprises LLC shut down the 325,000-barrel-a-day crude unit at the Port Arthur refinery days after trying to restart it when a clamp that was modified to fix an earlier leak failed.
PetrÃ³leo Brasileiro S.A. has initiated commercial production from the SapinhoÃ¡ field in block BM-S-9 in the presalt Santos basin through the Cidade de SÃ£o Paulo FPSO.
Growth-focused assets are mildly softer, pulling major ‘risk’ barometers back from multi-month highs as the new year rally loses impetus