OilVoice  Dec 19  Comment 
Sir Ian Wood believes that despite some very real challenges in the next 12 months the North Sea industry will find itself in better shape in 2016 39I read with real concern the comments yesterd
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 18  Comment 
Congress President Sonia Gandhi was today admitted to a hospital for treatment of lower respiratory tract infection.“She has been admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here for further treatme...
guardian.co.uk  Dec 17  Comment 
Move by chief executive Carl Jackson comes in response to this week’s profits warning, which hit major shareholders hard Shares in MySale jumped on Wednesday after the founders of the fashion brand clearance website pledged to buy £3m in shares...
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 16  Comment 
The government today said it has no plans to roll-back the recent hike in excise duty on diesel and petrol.“No, Sir,” Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha said in a written reply w...
guardian.co.uk  Dec 16  Comment 
Former chief at City regulator during bankign crisis quit compliance department at Barclays in November 2013 amid stress and exhaustion Sir Hector Sants, the former City regulator who resigned from Barclays a year ago after being signed off sick...
guardian.co.uk  Dec 15  Comment 
Close to £140m wiped off fashion brand clearance site’s value after it warns of ‘weakened economic outlook’ Retail tycoons Sir Philip Green and Mike Ashley were both left nursing multimillion pound paper losses yesterday after close to...
guardian.co.uk  Dec 14  Comment 
Much like the Guy Ritchie flick, the new phone entity’s rivals were conveniently bumped off - no wonder analysts are salivating about first-year results What connects Carphone Warehouse founder Sir Charles Dunstone and film director Guy Ritchie?...
The Economic Times  Dec 11  Comment 
The minister said "No, sir" in a written reply to a question on whether the government has decided to increase the retirement age of government employees.
The Economist  Dec 11  Comment 
THERE IS no widely recognised, monetary measure of a country's natural, human and physical assets. Economists usually make do with GDP (which anyway gauges income rather than assets). But a report published by the United Nations offers a broader...
guardian.co.uk  Dec 10  Comment 
Sir David Walker asks how Sir John Peace can chair emerging markets bank, Burberry and credit checking firm Experian The chairman of Barclays has questioned how his counterpart at Standard Chartered has managed to hold down other jobs while...




 


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