Daily Archive for January 22nd, 2013
US group’s discovery of accounting misconduct at mainland company it bought is latest example of missteps that have plagued multinationals
China joins other members of UN Security Council to tighten sanctions on neighbour North Korea in response to Pyongyang’s satellite launch in December
Defence chief Leon Panetta said he was ‘pleased’ to learn the general had been exonerated and he had ‘complete confidence in his continued leadership’
News of potential buyout comes as Dell shares traded near a 52-week low, leading deal watchers to ask if the company was orchestrating the move
White House statement ends speculation about whether the president would insist on a longer fix to avoid a possible US default
Mikael Ohlsson, furniture group boss, is angered by hefty planning laws that are holding up substantial job creation and billions in investment
Four BP employees listed as missing after the terrorist attack in Algeria now are feared dead.
Company’s performance supported its shift to higher-value businesses including cloud computing and specific geographical growth markets
Countering claims that ExxonMobil polluted New Hampshire’s groundwater with a gasoline additive, the oil company’s attorney tried to show in court that a state witness’s research indicates that the chemical’s levels decline naturally.
Signs that Google’s underlying ad business was showing more stability amid shift to mobile contributed to 5% rise in shares in after-market trade