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Thien Viet Securities exceeding business plan

23-10-2015 11:20:00

Thien Viet Securities (TVS) is "the rare thing" among listed securities, after 9 months it has exceeded the 2015 business plan, thanks to core business segments, especially Banking Investment (IB), which has reached a new level of growth alongside brighter prospects for Investment, Fund Management and Brokerage segments...

Time Warner CEO Would Get More Than USD79 Million in Merger

21-07-2014 12:35:38

Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bewkes would reap more than $79 million in added payments with any change in control at Time Warner Inc. (TWX), making him a top beneficiary among shareholders who toughed out a lost decade after 2001’s ill-fated America Online Inc. merger.

Asian Stocks Advance With Rupiah; Corn at Four-Year Low

21-07-2014 12:29:11

Asian stocks rose, joining a global rebound as better U.S. earnings offset the downing of a passenger jet in Ukraine and Israel’s invasion of Gaza. Emerging-market currencies climbed while corn fell to the lowest since 2010.

Dear Mr. Murdoch: Save yourself 80 billion bucks

18-07-2014 10:38:17

The first time Rupert Murdoch tried to acquire Warner, Ronald Reagan was completing his first term as president, the Bell System break-up was nearly finished, and the first Macintosh had just gone on sale.

European Markets News

18-07-2014 10:00:15

European shares slump on Malaysian plane crash, Russia concerns

Plane crashes in Ukraine, 295 dead

18-07-2014 09:55:10

(Reuters) - A Malaysian airliner was brought down in eastern Ukraine on Thursday, killing all 295 people aboard and sharply raising the stakes in a conflict between Kiev and pro-Moscow rebels that has set Russia and the West at daggers drawn.

Yellen defends loose Fed policy, says job market still too weak

16-07-2014 10:20:05

(Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said U.S. labor markets are far from healthy and signaled the Fed will keep monetary policy loose until hiring and wage data show the effects of the financial crisis are "completely gone."