U. K. newspaper The Times reported on its website that BP Plc’s Robert Dudley is the front- runner to replace Chief Executive Officer Tony Hayward, who is set to step down in the next 10 weeks.
The report said that Hayward's exit was expected before October assuming the Gulf of Mexico oil spill has been permanently sealed.
The “flash crash”, the cost of settling an embarrassing civil fraud suit and the stock market madness in the month of May and June struck Goldman’s second-quarter profits.
Business critic, Rod Oram is of the say that the shift made by Bright Dairy & Food Co. from China to acquire a stake of 51% in self-autonomous dairy firm, Synlait, is one more instance of the nation's incapability to help its firms develop and grow.
Talley's Group, South Island-based food producer is on its way to make an offer to acquire Affco, a New Zealand base meat processor. The announcement was made on Tuesday.
Affco has its plants in the Bay of Islands, Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Hawke's Bay, Wanganui, and Feilding. It also operates jointly with South Pacific Meats at Motueka, and has plants at Napier and Wiri.
In their latest advertising campaign, Panasonic is emphasizing on the color black to promote their latest range of VIERA Neo Plasma TVs. It is also trying to impress on people that the way black is rendered can make a lot of difference to the overall viewing experience.
Releasing a new super-premium model in series 9 LED TV available at just under $10,000 seems to explain that Samsung has tried to bolster the flat TV market with it.