Don't let embarrassment keep you in debt
When you've dug yourself deep into credit card debt, you might feel like crawling into the hole with your money woes and never coming out.Consumers struggling with debt often feel lost and embarrassed, and frequently hide their troubles from others, according to a recent survey by GreenPath Debt
BSkyB Buys Back 175,000 Shares
BSkyB PLC (BSY.LN) said Thursday that on Aug 1 it purchased 175,000 shares for cancellation.
SolGold: Newmont Ventures will Cease Funding Guadalcanal JV
Gold exploration company SolGold PLC (SOLG.LN) Thursday said Newmont Ventures Limited will cease funding the Guadalcanal Joint Venture (GJV) in the Solomon Islands.
Woori Finance Holdings 2Q Net Profit Sharply Lower at KRW292.6 Billion
South Korea's Woori Finance Holdings' (053000.SE) second-quarter net profit plunged 63% Thursday, owing to hefty loan-loss provisioning by the bank as a fragile global economy sours the earning prospects of local companies and due to comparison with a base that was inflated by a robust one-time
Italy Says Euro Risks Becoming Factor of Disintegration
The euro is at risk of becoming a disintegrating factor for Europe rather than a tool for deeper integration, Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said Thursday.
Europe Stocks Inch Higher As ECB Decision Looms
European stock markets inched higher in early trade on Thursday, as investors eagerly awaited a policy decision from the European Central Bank later in the day.
Alliance Pharma Buys Antimalarial Brands from AstraZeneca for GBP5.2 Million
Alliance Pharma PLC (APH.LN) Thursday said it has bought antimalarial drug brands Paludrine, Avloclor and Savarine from AstraZeneca U.K. Ltd. (AZN.LN) for up to 5.2 million pounds ($8.1 million).
GDF to Invest EUR1.7 Billion in Cygnus Gas Field
French power company GDF Suez (GSZ.FR) and its partners will invest up to 1.7 billion euros ($2.07 billion) to develop the Cygnus gas field in the North Sea, the largest discovery in the region in 25 years, the company said Thursday.
Telecom Italia Revenue Boosted By Latin America
Italy's biggest telecommunications operator Telecom Italia SpA (TI) Thursday said its sales rose in the first half of the year as a decline in its Italian home market was offset by strong growth in Argentina and Brazil.