Daily Archive for January 15th, 2013
The Obama administration has played down reports that Syria used chemical weapons on its own citizens during a December attack on rebels in the city of Homs
Global growth forecast for 2013 remains weak and developing countries are urged to focus on fundamental prosperity drivers ahead of quick fixes
A deal would amount to the biggest buyout ever of a technology concern, topping the $17.5bn paid for semiconductor company Freescale in 2006
Bill Simon, chief executive of Walmart US, claims that promises of more local sourcing of products and more jobs for military veterans are not a ‘stunt’
Lawyers for the state of New Hampshire and petroleum giants ExxonMobil and Citgo mocked their opponents’ evidence and disparaged their witnesses for a second day Tuesday as they prepared jurors for a long, contentious trial over the gasoline additive MTBE.
Sentencing follows a two-year standoff that culminated in slurs against prosecutors and FBI agents and his guilty plea last July
2012 bonuses for highest-paid bankers could put off for three years in effort to appease financial watchdogs calling for more restraint on Wall Street
Possible measures include putting more emphasis on the mental health of gun buyers, as the president faces Congress fight over banning assault weapons
Chariot Oil & Gas Ltd. (AIM:CHAR) has completed a 3,500-sq km (1,351-sq mi) 3D seismic acquisition program offshore Mauritania.
New feature gives social network’s users the ability to conduct targeted searches for people, photos, places and interests within company’s ‘social graph’