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Risk and reward: The world's most dangerous business locations
Convenience is not a priority when it comes to commodities. Drilling and exploration often takes place in war-torn, risky environments and none more so than Somalia.
French Connection in two minutes
Impressed by Next (NXT), value investor Richard Beddard reappraises French Connection (FCCN). Perhaps management could have done more to stave off losses at its stores and the latest profit warning contains disturbing news about cash flow.
Life assurance bonds can keep the taxman at bay
The taxman is always keen to take his share of everything, from your income to the wealth you leave your family, so finding ways to reduce your tax bill is a rewarding activity.
Prepared for the Grexit?
Despite the doom and gloom surrounding the future of Greece and the eurozone, UK plc looks like it could be in for a rude awakening.
View from the top: Europa Oil & Gas
With shares in Europa Oil and Gas (EOG) having lost about two-thirds of their value over the past year, Darshini Shah questions chief executive Hugh Mackay on the company's plans for the forthcoming months, what it will take to get the share price ...
Euro debt crisis: should investors prepare for a Greek exit?
... the wider economy in the UK and Europe is important, but the growth is coming from the emerging world and Asia, particularly in the consumer staples sector where companies such as Diageo, Unilever and Reckitt Benckiser are focusing on these regions.
Coty Raises Avon Bid to $10.7 Billion; Buffett Backing
Yesterday JAB Holdings B.V., a subsidiary of the company that controls Coty, said it plans to sell $2 billion of Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc shares to fund deals. Vienna-based Joh. A. Benckiser SE is the majority owner of Coty. Berkshire had $37.8 ...
Moody's: Oil & Gas companies to benefit from higher oil prices resulting from ...
London, 22 May 2012 -- Higher oil prices that could potentially result from new US and European Union (EU) economic sanctions against Iranian oil exports would be credit-positive for international oil companies (IOCs) overall, but negative for ...
Health scare caused by man swapping Nurofen for prescription drugs
Drug company Reckitt Benckiser suffered losses of �2.4m in the wake of the scare after 31-year-old Christopher McGuire replaced Nurofen tablets with Seroquel, a prescription drug used to treat schizophrenia.
Optimising Early Phase Oncology Clinical Trials in the EU
Oncology products dominate the global therapeutics market, and are on course to reach an estimated €56 billion in sales by 2015.