Daily Archive for January 16th, 2013
The US consumer regulator will unveil new rules for how financial groups must treat borrowers with home mortgages
Bank cuts pay by 11% and profits almost triple to $2.8bn in the fourth quarter, while separately JPMorgan reported net income up sharply from last year
Citgo Petroleum Corp. and New Hampshire agreed to sever the company from an $816 million trial over groundwater contamination while a settlement is completed.
Enbridge Inc.’s North Dakota pipeline system has been underused for the past three months as railroads move more oil out of the Bakken shale play, a refining company told U.S. regulators.
For the full year the volume of mobile sales doubled to $13bn compared to 2011, while mobile payment volume on PayPal tripled to $14bn
CVR Refining LP, the U.S. oil refiner controlled by billionaire investor Carl Icahn, raised $600 million in its initial public offering after pricing an increased number of units at the midpoint of the price range.
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners reported Wednesday that fourth-quarter profits were up sharply as the company expands to meet the transportation needs of the country’s growing energy production operations.
Tech group is said to have responded with a firm ‘no’ to inquiries about whether the two Autonomy and Services businesses are for sale
Alleged Islamist militants attack a natural gas facility jointly operated by BP and Statoil in country’s southeast and kidnap nine foreigners
A negative handover from Asia and Europe saw Wall Street open lower, though losses have been pared as Apple shares rebound.