Mironovskiy Hleboproduct SA, Ukraine’s biggest poultry producer, expects this year’s Ebitda to be unchanged from 2012, after a first-quarter decline, by boosting chicken production and planting more grain.
Eurasian Natural Resources Corp.’s three founding shareholders sent a letter with details of a planned bid for the company at a price of less than 300 pence a share to its independent committee of directors, according to people familiar with the matter.
February 15, 2013 - In the third season of PBS's hit drama "Downton Abbey," the usually unflappable Lord Grantham is brought to tears by a bad investment. Against his broker's advice, he puts the bulk of his wife's inheritance in one promising Canadian railway stock, the nonfictional Grand Trunk Railway. That backfires when the railway's resident genius, Charles Hays, dies on the Titanic in 1912. By 1920, it's facing bankruptcy.
A Harvard Medical School research assistant who has served as a U.S. judge for 23 years now finds herself at the center of the Boston Marathon bombing case, and by extension the post-Sept. 11 issue of whether, and when, suspected terrorists deserve constitutional rights.
Crude from outside the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will increase by 990,000 barrels a day annually to 2018 as U.S. tight oil output continues to boom, according to the International Energy Agency.
Two friends of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev waived a scheduled court hearing on whether the government had probable cause to arrest them for allegedly hindering a federal probe into the attack.