Why my Visa Statement Will Show a Charge for One Pony
When it comes to making our kids happy, it can be easy for parents to overspend.
Circumcision pluses outweigh risks, leading pediatricians' group says
The nation's most influential pediatricians group says the health benefits of circumcision in newborn boys outweigh any risks and insurance companies should pay for it.
Rusal to Cut Production as First-Half Net Profit Slides 95%
Russian aluminum giant United Co. Rusal PLC (0486.HK) said Monday it will cut production as a result of the continued cloudy outlook for the world-wide economy.
Caltex Operating Profit Climbs on Fuel Demand
Caltex Australia Ltd. (CTX.AU) Monday reported an expected rise in first-half profit but declared a conservative dividend payout to preserve capital for a restructure distancing it from oil refining.
Hertz Buying Dollar Thrifty For $2.3 Billion
Hertz Global Holdings Inc. said late Sunday it had signed a deal to buy rival Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Inc. for approximately $2.3 billion in cash or $87.50 a share.
Founder of Mexican Tortilla Maker Gruma Dies at 81
Mexican businessman Roberto Gonzalez Barrera, the founder and chairman of the world's biggest corn flour and tortilla company Gruma SAB (GMK, GRUMA.MX) died Saturday at age 81, the company said.
Samsung Electronics Shares Fall Sharply, Hurt By Big Loss In US Court
Shares of Samsung Electronics Co. (005930.SE) fell sharply Monday, with analysts saying the company's big loss in its court battle against Apple Inc. (AAPL) in the U.S. increases uncertainty over the South Korean company's future products.
Asian Shares Rise on Stimulus Hopes
Asian shares were mostly higher Monday as expectations remained for more stimulus efforts by global central banks, while Samsung shares fell following a U.S. court ruling.
Hong Kong Stocks Fall, But Earnings Limit Losses
Hong Kong stocks lost ground early Monday, lagging gains in many other major Asia markets, even as some earnings helped support the market.
Rusal Cuts Output As 1st Half Net Drops 95%
Russian aluminum giant United Co. Rusal PLC (0486.HK) said Monday its first-half net profit fell 95% because of lower aluminum prices and increased costs, prompting the company to cut aluminum production.