Mobile-Payments War: Profits May Suffer Collateral Damage

Related Link: 

As the multisided battle for control of mobile payments accelerates, profits will come under pressure.

From Apple to Facebook: What Tech Investors Want Now

Related Link: 

Yield-hungry investors still want to see growth in their tech portfolios.

Energy Future Files New Chapter 11 Exit Plan

Related Link: 

The fate of Energy Future Holdings Corp.’s transmissions business, Oncor, is once again up in the air, under a new bankruptcy exit plan for the Dallas electricity giant.

U.S. Chides Five Economic Powers Over Policies

Related Link: 

The Obama administration delivered a shot across the bow to Asia’s leading exporters and Germany for their economic policies and warned that a number of major economies around the globe could face intense pressure to engage in currency interventions to counter slow growth.

Dole Food Under Investigation Over Listeria Outbreak

Related Link: 

The U.S. Justice Department has launched a criminal investigation into Dole Food over a listeria outbreak linked to four deaths in the U.S. and Canada and multiple other illnesses.

How Eurozone Growth is Bucking the Global Trend

Related Link: 

The eurozone has provided investors with plenty of surprises in the past few years, most of them unpleasant. The economic data released Friday make for a refreshing change.

Valeant Files Overdue Annual Report, Makes Sweeping Board Changes

Related Link: 

Valeant filed its overdue annual report, resolving the looming danger of debt default and at revealing a number of new investigations into its business practices. It also outlined sweeping board changes as it seeks to change its tone at the top of the company.

AB InBev Offers to Sell More SABMiller Brands

Related Link: 

AB InBev has offered to sell SABMiller’s Central and Eastern European brands ahead of a European Commission decision on its acquisition of the London-based brewer.

Mixed Results for China's Oil Companies Despite Government Aid

Related Link: 

China’s efforts to support its state-controlled oil giants have so far yielded mixed results, showing how the global oil-price slump is reshaping the industry.

Exxon Mobil Posts Smallest Profit Since 1999 Merger

Related Link: 

Exxon Mobil, the largest U.S. oil company, reported its smallest quarterly profit since 1999, a 63% plunge from a year ago, as oil prices remain depressed.

Syndicate content