The Massachusetts Institute of Technology sent an e-mail to prospective students, erroneously telling them in a line at the bottom that they had been admitted.
Ralph Lauren Corp., the retailer of its namesake brand clothing, posted fiscal third-quarter profit that surpassed analysts’ estimates as demand from North American department stores boosted sales.
Marfin Investment said it has no plans to sell Hygeia Diagnostic.
Hungarian drugmaker Egis Nyrt. said Tradewinds Global Investors LLC increased its stake in the company to 7.456 percent through the acquisition of 580,494 shares.
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Take-home pay growth at Britain’s largest publicly traded companies accelerated last month, led by manufacturing, VocaLink Ltd. said.
A small group of protesters climbed onto the roof of the Libyan embassy in London and unfurled rebel flags, Sky News reported.
3i Infrastructure Plc said it generated income of 36.7 million pounds in the first half.
TMX Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kloet said large stock exchange mergers across countries and continents were still possible, speaking in an in an interview with Handelsblatt.
"It crushes-- crushes-- me to think that I might have unintentionally inflicted something similar on some of you."
- Chris Peterson on Feb 12, 2014