Arguments Near Their End in Apple's Lawsuit Against Samsung
SAN JOSE, Calif.--Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) case against Samsung Electronics Co. (005930.SE) moved closer to its final stages Friday, as the iPhone maker presented its final witnesses to argue that it had not infringed the Korean tech giant's patents.
Brazil's BES Investment Bank Focuses on Infrastructure
Brazilian investment bank BES Investimento do Brasil SA, controlled by Portugal's BES Investimento SA and by Brazilian retail banking giant Banco Bradesco SA (BBD, BBDC4.BR), intends to reinforce its infrastructure investment operations after the announcement of a new concessions program by
U.S. EQUITIES WEEK AHEAD: Dell and H-P Earnings; Housing Data
Technology heavyweights Dell Inc. (DELL) and Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) will report their latest quarterly results next week, giving further insight into how the companies are coping with soft personal-computer sales and changing industry trends.
Brazil's Tombini: Growth to Pick Up in Coming Quarters
Brazil's economy enjoys sound fundamentals for sustainable growth, with an economic expansion likely to pick up speed in the next few quarters, Central Bank President Alexandre Tombini said at a business conference Friday.
U.S. STOCKS VIEW: Where To Invest as You Whistle Past Wall Street
It was a shot that hurt around the world. In August 2007, France's biggest bank froze withdrawals from three of its investment funds, blaming the "complete evaporation" of liquidity in certain parts of the U.S. securitization market. BNP Paribas couldn't fairly value the mortgage-backed securities
Peru's Yanacocha Gold Output to Drop Sharply in 5 Years
LIMA, Peru--The sprawling Yanacocha mine in northern Peru is currently expected to produce an average of about 1 million ounces of gold a year over the next five years before production drops off sharply, the chief executive of the company operating the mine said.