Telenor: Bangladesh Unit Grameenphone Posts 2Q Ebit of NOK606 Million
Norwegian telecommunications company Telenor ASA (TEL.OS) said Monday that it's subsidiary in Bangladesh, Grameenphone, has reported 2Q Ebit of NOK606M, from NOK617M.
Malaysia June New Vehicle Sales up 35% at 56,604 Units - Association
Sales of new motor vehicles in Malaysia, which is Southeast Asia's second-largest passenger car market after Indonesia, rose 35% on year in June, the Malaysian Automotive Association said Thursday.
TCS, Cognizant Looking to Buy Lodestone Management - Report
India's Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (532540.BY) and New Jersey-based Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. (CTSH) are looking to buy Zurich-based consultancy firm Lodestone Management Consultants, the Financial Express website said Monday.
Julius Baer, Bank Of China Enter Into Strategic Partnership
Julius Baer Holding AG (BAER.VX) and Bank of China Limited (BACHY) Monday said they have entered into a strategic collaboration agreement, in which they will cross-refer clients as well as undertake various joint marketing activities.
11 dead after truck carrying at least 23 crashes in Texas, authorities say
Pickup truck has crashed in South Texas, killing 10 people in the vehicle and injuring 12 according to authorities.
Woolworths 4Q Sales Beat Expectations
Australian supermarket giant Woolworths Ltd. (WOW.AU) announced Monday better than expected fourth quarter sales figures.
Arrests May Come Soon in Libor Probes
Prosecutors in the U.S. and in Europe are close to making arrests in connection with the investigation into the possible manipulation of international benchmark interests rates, including the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, Reuters reports on its website Sunday.
Asian Shares Fall on Spanish Debt Concerns
Asian markets fell on Monday after Spain's borrowing costs climbed to a euro-era high, pushing the single currency down to multi-year lows against both the dollar and the yen.
Banco Santander to Shut 96 UK Branches
Banco Santander SA (SAN) will shut 96 high street branches as part of its effort to complete the integration of the British lenders it bought during the financial crisis, the Sunday Times reported.
Lloyds Banking To Speed Up Ring-Fencing Plans
Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LYG) is set to signal that it will bring forward its so-called "ring fence", or separation of retail and investment banking, ahead of the 2019 deadline demanded by the Independent Commission on Banking, the Sunday Telegraph reported.