Markets On High Alert

Global markets are on high alert as investor anxiety mounts ahead of the heavily anticipated E.U referendum vote on the 23rd of June. Uncertainty...

S&P, Nasdaq Rise As Tech Stocks Back In Favor

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq rose on Tuesday as tech stocks were back in demand after a post-election drubbing, while the Dow took...

Samsung Chief Appears For Second Round Of Questions In Graft Probe

Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee appeared at the South Korean special prosecutor's office for questioning on Monday as part of a wider investigation...

Insight – Lost In Translation: Wal-Mart Stumbles Hard In Brazil

When Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT.N) first expanded into Brazil's midwestern farm-belt city of Campo Grande seven years ago, the economy was booming and executives...

Sacyr Group Seeks Compromise In Panama Canal Dispute

The companies working to widen the Panama Canal have made a new proposal to resolve a row over cost overruns on the multi-billion dollar...

2015: Imoke Presents N149B Proposed Budget To House Of Assembly

SAN FRANCISCO, October 31, (THEWILL) – With just two months to the end of the year, Cross River State Governor, Senator Liyel Imoke late...

Amazon Everywhere: E-Commerce Titan Is Topic Companies Can’t Avoid

What looms over businesses as far flung as car repair, lab equipment and swimming pool gear? In a word, Amazon. Almost 700 U.S. companies have...

Nokia’s Bosses To Dominate Leadership Team After Alcatel Deal

Finnish network equipment maker Nokia said on Wednesday its executives would dominate the new leadership team once it completes its proposed acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent. Chief...

Iraqi Kurdistan Makes First Oil Sale Amid Exports Row

The government in the Iraqi autonomous region of Kurdistan says it has made its first sale of crude oil despite strong opposition from Baghdad. The...

OPEC Chief Defends Policy, Says Group To Try To Ride Out Price Fall

Oil producers group OPEC can ride out a slump in oil prices and keep output unchanged, its head said on Sunday, arguing market weakness...