NEM ) - the world's two largest gold producers - had hoped to have a merger deal announced as soon as Tuesday, reports the WSJ , but talks have broken down . The talks come after a particularly tough year for the gold miners has them shifting focus from
April 18 (Reuters) - Merger talks between Barrick Gold Corp and Newmont Mining Corp, the world's top two gold producers, broke down in the past few days, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday,...
April 18 (Reuters) - Merger talks between Barrick Gold Corp and Newmont Mining Corp, the world's top two gold producers, broke down in the past few days, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing...
April 18 (Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co is planning to offer a new kind of razor, with a swiveling ball hinge and a pricey tag, to move forward with its strategy to push premium products, according to the Wall Street Journal on Friday .
high-end razor called the ProGlide FlexBall, which incorporates a swiveling ball-hinge that enables the blade to pivot, the WSJ reports. The FlexBall is Gillette's first major upgrade since 2010. P&G intends to start shipping the product in June and
controversy about high-speed trading (HFT) firms after Michael Lewis accused them of rigging the market in a new book, the WSJ reports. Virtu's move also comes as regulatory scrutiny on HFT increases, with the SEC, FBI, and the state of New York
April 17 (Reuters) - High-speed trading firm Virtu Financial Inc has indefinitely postponed its initial public offering plans, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
EBITDA 5.46 Dividend Yield 5.20% 1.99% 161.31% Dividend & Buyback Yield 12.03% Source: Yahoo Finance & Wall Street Journal AT&T ( T ) trades at a heavy discount to the market. Looking at the numbers below T trades at a discount to the S
reason Citigroup ( C ) execs were so shocked the bank's capital plan was rejected by the central bank last month, reports the WSJ . The FRBNY reportedly told Ciit it had more time to fix a series of shortcomings, but Fed officials in D.C. flunked the
(Reuters) - Home Depot Inc is putting a lid on new-store openings and focusing its expansion efforts on e-commerce, which presents some logistical challenges for a retailer that sells a lot of bulky materials, the Wall Street Journal reported.