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The Co-operative Group is reportedly set to award its senior staff huge boosts to salaries and bonuses, despite suffering the worst crisis in its 150-year history.
Plane manufacturers Beoing Co said on Friday that “hairline cracks” had been discovered in the wings of about 40 787 Dreamlines that are in production.
Plane manufacturers Boeing said on Friday that “hairline cracks” had been discovered in the wings of about 40 787 Dreamliners that are currently in production.
It turned out to be a good week for zombie companies. With no money to invest for growth and no time to develop new markets these are businesses so burdened with debt that life is just one long struggle to keep the bailiffs away.
Prosecco is outstripping champagne in global sales, as more consumers pop the cork on bottles of Italy’s famous sparkling wine.
I have been in Edinburgh most of this week attending the annual investment conference of the National Association of Pension Funds but took time out yesterday to pay a visit to the Charlotte Square headquarters of Scoban which on Tuesday was told by the Prudential Regulation Authority that it was to get its banking licence – the first to do so under the new regulatory regime.
One of the most contentious of the several thousand press releases to come in this week arrived on Thursday.
Activist investors have sometimes been viewed as carpetbaggers, opportunists and corporate raiders. They’d buy up stock in companies and force them, in one way or another, to pay them and other shareholders to go away.
Vodafone has made a second swoop for the Spanish cable operator Ono and it looks like it’s been successful.
⇱ Jim Armitage: Wealthy behemoths flock to its mountains – but isn’t it time Switzerland cleared up its commodities trading set-up?
Transparency is not Switzerland’s strong point. Unless you’ve got something to hide, in which case, it’s a point as strong as the Matterhorn.