7:14 pm November 25, 2014 | No Comment
Twitter has tripped up one of its top executives. Chief Financial Officer Anthony Noto on Monday publicly tweeted about a plan he has to buy a company, including how he wanted to help make the deal happen at a meeting in mid-December. The message was posted on the microblogging service before it was deleted, with Twitter spokesman Jim Prosser confirming that Noto was trying to send the message privately.
12:44 am November 25, 2014 | 1 Comment
What we’re seeing around the world is intense -- and in some cases, deliberate -- devaluations. What’s going on and what are the investment implications?
12:40 am November 25, 2014 | No Comment
Today, as India’s Hindu nationalist government grudgingly observes Nehru’s 125th birth anniversary, commentators seem shocked by the intense scorn among many Hindus for a once-worshiped leader and his legacy.
4:50 pm November 24, 2014 | No Comment
A European Parliament bid for legislation splitting up Google may send a message that’s too loud to ignore as European Union antitrust regulators review a possible settlement with the owner of the world’s largest search engine.
7:22 pm November 23, 2014 | No Comment
The Office of the US Trade Representative has released a memorandum of understanding between the United States and Indonesia that details how the two countries plan to resolves dispute related to vehicle wiring harnesses, mineral ore exports, intellectual property protection and cigars.
7:10 pm November 23, 2014 | No Comment
Obamacare customers who choose to re-enroll in insurance plans would automatically default to cheaper coverage during sign-up periods, protecting them from price increases, under rules proposed by the US government.
6:20 pm November 23, 2014 | No Comment
US House Republicans have sued President Barack Obama’s administration over implementation of the 2010 health care law, saying the president exceeded his authority by delaying part of the program.
2:48 pm November 21, 2014 | No Comment
In his final days as chairman of the US Federal Reserve, Ben S. Bernanke quipped that quantitative easing “works in practice, but it doesn’t work in theory.” At the European Central Bank, President Mario Draghi may discover that when it comes to the euro area, large purchases of sovereign debt may not even work well in practice.
2:19 pm November 21, 2014 | No Comment
At a roadside eatery along Delhi’s border, truck driver Anil Yadav walked straight through the dining room, past the kitchen and out to a backyard that held two large drums of kerosene. It was time to fill up the tank.
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