Kurdistan-focused oil explorer Genel Energy, which has former BP boss Tony Hayward as its chief executive, yesterday said production jumped 35 per cent in the first quarter and that it remains on track to meet full-year production and revenue guid
The European Central Bank (ECB) has repeatedly insisted that it does not see deflation as likely for the Eurozone - but new research indicates that falling consumer prices are already a reality for almost a quarter of items in the basket used by t
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman really doesn’t like Airbnb. He’s meeting the holiday rental company in court today, as Schneiderman wages war on what he describes as “illegal sublets” which appear on the site.
A higher open for European markets is expected this morning, following the S&P 500 posting its best winning streak so far this year.
With markets over here closed yesterday, it finished higher for the fifth day in a row.
BACK in 2010, around the time that Jeffrey Kindler suddenly quit his job as Pfizer’s chief exec, I had a chat with a (somewhat less senior) employee at the company who was pleasingly relaxed about discussing its prospects – or a lack thereof.
TECHNOLOGY giants Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe are set to face claims next month that they colluded to keep executives’ wages down by signing agreements barring them from poaching each other’s staff.
THE National Union of Teachers has voted for a strike that could close schools in England and Wales in the week beginning 23 June.
The union’s conference in Brighton also agreed to consult teachers on further action in the autumn term.
THE Boston Marathon was yesterday won by an American male runner for the first time in three decades, an emotional performance in a city still recovering from last year’s fatal bomb attack on the 118-year-old race.
THE UK’S burgeoning shale gas industry will create tens of thousands of jobs and billions of pounds worth of investment across the supply chain, according to a new report set to be published this week.
ASSOCIATED British Foods’ (ABF) booming high street chain Primark is expected to reveal a 21 per cent jump in first half operating profits this week, helping to offset falling profits at its troubled sugar business.