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.
BHP Aims to Increase Production 10% in 2012, 2013--CEO
The world's biggest miner, BHP Billiton Ltd. (BHP, BHP.AU) aims to increase production by about 10% a year for the next two years, potentially offsetting lower prices that it expects for most of its products over the longer term.
U.S. Government: 8.6% of Gulf Oil Production Shut In as Isaac Approaches
Energy producers have shut in nearly 9% of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico's oil production as a strengthening Tropical Storm Isaac continues its approach over Cuba.
Hertz Reported Close To Deal To Buy Dollar Thrifty
Car-rental company Hertz Global Holdings Inc. is close to sealing a deal to acquire Dollar Thrifty Automative Group Inc. , the Wall Street Journal and other news services reported Saturday.
Florida Declares State Of Emergency Due To Isaac
Florida on Saturday declared a state of emergency due to Tropical Storm Isaac, which was forecast to make landfall as a hurricane Sunday or Sunday night.
France Seeks Surveillance on Hyundai Car Maker for Dumping -Minister
LA ROCHELLE, France--The French government has asked European Union authorities to put South Korean car maker Hyundai Motor Co. (005380.SE, HYMLY) under surveillance for dumping on the French market.
Rogers Media To Acquire Most of theScore Television Network
Canada's Rogers Media Inc. (RCI) said Saturday it has agreed to buy all of Score Media (SCRFF, SCR.T) and a 10% equity interest in Score Digital for 167 million Canadian dollars ($167 million).
Building a Good Credit Score after College
Aside from a tough job market, new college graduates also face a challenging credit landscape this year.
Carrefour to Eliminate More than 500 Jobs - Report
French retailer Carrefour (CA.FR) will inform its works council Aug. 29 that it plans to eliminate between 500 and 600 jobs at its French headquarters that currently employ 7,500, according to a report in Saturday's edition of Le Figaro.
Ex-Billionaire Schickedanz, Creditors Close To Settlement -Report
Former billionaire Madeleine Schickedanz and her creditors are close to reaching an out-of-court settlement, German daily newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung reports Saturday, citing people close to the matter.