Should You Work After Retiring?
Whether they're seeking a job for financial reasons or want to stay busy and active, experts say older Americans have a lot to offer potential employers.
Giant Japanese Pension Fund Faces Sharper Scrutiny
The Labor and Welfare Ministry has begun an organizational review of Japan's biggest public pension fund, seeking to weaken the chief executive's authority and increase national oversight, The Nikkei reported early Wednesday.
Yahoo Posts Profit Decline as New CEO Takes Over
Yahoo Inc. (YHOO) showed a lack of progress in boosting its quarterly financial performance Tuesday, as the Internet media firm gears up for yet another chapter in its ongoing turnaround effort under newly appointed Chief Executive Marissa Mayer.
Diver Inspection of Drillship Leased By Shell Shows No Damage
A team of divers inspecting a drillship leased by Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA, RDSA.LN, RDSB, RDSB.LN) for its Arctic oil-exploration program found no signs of damage after the ship drifted off its moorings last weekend, a spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Greek Banks Borrow $90.3 Billion From ECB in June
Greek banks borrowed 73.7 billion euros ($90.3 billion) from the European Central Bank in June and received EUR61.9 billion in emergency liquidity assistance from the Greek central bank, data showed Tuesday.