1737 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Mandela Mourned by South Africans as Leaders Hail His Legacy
1736 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Nelson Mandela se murió a los 95 años.
Nelson Mandela se murió a los 95 años.
1726 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Caen las acciones de Arizona Stocks, lideradas por First Solar Inc.
Nelson Mandela rose from his sofa to greet me as I entered his suite in the Hilton Kuala Lumpur.
1712 | Bloomberg - Noticias | En sus propias palabras: por Nelson Mandela
Los precios de Arizona Stocks cayeron, por influencia de First Solar Inc. y Apollo Education Group Inc.
1705 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Gupta's Suit Against Ex-New Silk Route Firm Partner Dismissed
The following is a list of quotations from Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, South Africa's first post- apartheid leader, drawn from a compilation of speeches posted on his foundation's Internet site. Mandela died yesterday at the age of 95.
1704 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Wall Street Calls for Improving Feeds That Drive Stock Trading
Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. director Rajat Gupta's breach of contract suit against the chief executive officer of private equity firm New Silk Route Partners was dismissed by a federal judge in New York.
1704 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Telefonica Weighs Options After Brazil Order to Sell Assets
The group representing U.S. securities firms said the system of data feeds that distribute American stock prices is "outdated" and needs improved oversight, transparency and backups.
1703 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Two Regional Fed Presidents Call for Timetable for Tapering QE
Telefonica SA must determine how to reduce its presence in Brazil to comply with an antitrust ruling, which said its move to boost its influence over Telecom Italia SpA undermines competition in the South American country's telecommunications market.
1702 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Time Warner Cable's Incoming CEO Ready to Sell If Price Is Right
Two Federal Reserve regional bank presidents who have disagreed on the need for additional easing said any decision to taper bond buying should be accompanied by a limit on the size of the program or a timetable for ending it.
1702 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Herbalife Says Icahn Plans to Keep Shares as Lockup Expires
Rob Marcus has a message for Time Warner Cable Inc. shareholders: I'm the right guy to decide whether to sell the company.
1701 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Canada Crudes Weaken as Oil Pipeline Said to Apportion Shipments
Herbalife Ltd. said billionaire Carl Icahn, the nutrition company's largest investor, plans to keep his shares even after the expiration of a provision that would prevent him from selling.
1700 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Ford's CEO Mulally Not Leaving Company, Board Director Says
Canadian crudes weakened on the spot market as Enbridge Inc. was said to have issued a mid-month apportionment notice for shipments on one of its crude oil export pipelines.
1659 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Samsung Supplier Owes Workers Overtime Pay, Labor Group Says
Ford Motor Co. Chief Executive Officer Alan Mulally will stay at the automaker through 2014, Director Edsel Ford II said today, reiterating the company's timetable. Mulally said he loves serving the automaker.
1659 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Mexico's Peso Snaps Two-Day Gain as Energy Bill Debate Postponed
A supplier for Samsung Electronics Co. isn't paying some overtime to employees of its mobile-phone factory in southern China, according to a report from worker- rights group China Labor Watch.
1658 | Bloomberg - Noticias | Madoff 'Schtup' File Enriched Scheme's Top Investors, Jury Told
Mexico's peso fell for the first time in three days after senators said they were delaying until tomorrow the presentation of legislation to overhaul the nation's energy industry.
1657 | Bloomberg - Noticias | LaGuardia Flights in AMR Merger Go to Southwest, Virgin America
Bernard L. Madoff used a process his inner circle called "schtupping" to boost the fake trading profit of the con man's richest clients between Christmas and New Year's, his former finance chief told a jury.
1657 | Bloomberg - Noticias | BofA Countrywide Judge Considers $166 Million Fraud Penalty
Southwest Airlines Co. and Virgin America Inc. are poised to add flights at New York's LaGuardia Airport as American Airlines and US Airways Group Inc. pull back there to settle the U.S. antitrust lawsuit against their merger.
1656 | Bloomberg - Noticias | UN Backs Central African Republic Mission as France Adds Troops
A federal judge is considering a possible $165.8 million penalty against Bank of America Corp. after a jury found its Countrywide unit sold defective loans to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
1630 | Comunicados | CA - Las Noticias de las ultimas 24 Horas
The United Nations Security Council voted to back a French and African military operation in the Central African Republic, hours after fighting in the capital left at least 80 dead and forced residents to flee.
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