Are Americans 'winging' their retirement plans?
When it comes to retirement savings, many Americans seem to be "winging it" -- or heading for retirement without a realistic plan of how to fund it.Or so suggests a recent survey by the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies.
Mastercard to Help Distribute South Africa Welfare Grants
Mastercard Inc. (MA) on Monday announced a new partnership to distribute South African welfare grants through its cards and linked bank accounts, a system designed to curtail fraud and pull poor people into the formal banking sector.
Indonesia's Telkom: 1st Half Net IDR6.43 Trillion Vs IDR5.94 Trillion
Indonesia's biggest telecom firm by subscribers, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (TLKM.JK), or Telkom, said Monday that first-half net profit rose 8% to 6.43 trillion rupiah ($677 million) from IDR5.94 trillion a year earlier on the back of higher revenue and lower financing cost.
Up in the air: Best cards for airline perks
Although ticket prices and associated fees have crept higher over the past few years, the right airline credit card can save you enough cash to offset the cost of air travel.
Norilsk Nickel 2Q Nickel Production Falls 8%
OAO Norilsk Nickel (GMKN.RS), the world's largest nickel and palladium maker, said Monday its second-quarter nickel output fell 8% compared with the prior quarter, to 69,639 metric tons.
Restructuring Costs Hit Air France-KLM
Air France-KLM (AF.FR) said Monday it had sunk deeper into the red in the three months to June, weighed down by higher fuel costs, provisions for restructuring and an accounting charge but the Franco-Dutch airline operator said it expects to feel the first positive effects of its latest cost
Grid Failure Hits Power Supply in Northern India
Northern India's worst power failure in 10 years created chaos Monday, hitting long-distance train services and choking roads as non-functioning traffic lights caused jams across the national capital and delayed thousands of office-goers.