LONDON (Reuters) - Always top of the data pile, this week will be no exception for the U.S. jobs report with a first interest rate rise likely this year despite a dramatic slowdown in the first quarter.
Warren Buffett also rejected the idea that Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A, BRK.B) was "too big to fail" at yesterday's annual shareholders meeting, stating that the sprawling conglomerate does require tighter regulatory oversight.
Ferdinand Piech, seen here with his wife Ursula, abruptly stepped down from the company's board after loosing a power struggle over the future of Chief Executive Officer Martin Winterkorn.
As the price of crude oil fluctuates, why some countries are faring much better than others. Credit Video by Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters on Publish Date January 27, 2015.
Public services of New Mexico (PNM) said it has enough coal to supply its customers till 2022. The statement by the company, which has more than 2 million customers, comes as a big relief to southwest customers who rely on the provider for coal supplies.