Thousands of University of California medical center workers won a judge’s ruling allowing most of them to participate in a two-day strike starting tomorrow in a dispute over the school system’s pension overhaul.
Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd. Chief Executive Officer David Brown will quit with a five-year record of maintaining its share price amid a slump in the metal that carved as much as two-thirds off the valuations of its rivals.
South Africa sent troops to end rioting at the world’s largest platinum mine after owner Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd. asked for government help to stop violence stemming from an illegal strike that has halted output.
The Ferrari 458 takes the Mulsanne Straight at 180 miles per hour, a lime-green streak through the fastest section of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which ranks alongside the Daytona 500, the Indianapolis 500 and the Monaco Grand Prix as one of auto racing’s pre-eminent jewels. About 240,000 fans ring the 8.5-mile track on this sunny day in mid- June.
Go-Ahead Group Plc, Britain’s top rail company by passenger numbers, said the government should issue a franchising timetable and resume contract awards to clear a logjam caused by the discredited West Coast tender.
A gauge of U.S. corporate credit risk declined to the lowest in about four months after the European Central Bank said lenders will repay more loans than forecast and as earnings in the U.S. beat estimates.
A judge hearing Chevron Corp.’s first test of whether Amazon rainforest-dwellers will collect $19 billion in environmental damages from the world’s fourth- largest oil company said the case should be tried in the U.S.
Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd., the world’s second-largest producer of the metal, expects output to decline 7.6 percent this fiscal year because results last year included some volumes from competitor Lonmin Plc.