HARP Refinancing Is Really Happening
Although many people are currently frustrated while trying to refinance under the Home Affordable Refinance Program, many homeowner are successfully refinancing their mortgages through the initiative.
South Sudan Says May Resume Oil Output in September
KAMPALA, Uganda--South Sudan said Monday it may resume oil output in September following an agreement with Sudan over crude-transit fees, although uncertainty remains over the agreed price and the deal remains overshadowed by unresolved security issues along the two nations' common border.
Tyson Profit Drops to $76M on Charge
The meat seller reported sales rose to $8.31 billion as its quarterly profit tumbled hurt by a one-time charge for the early extinguishment of debt.
Tips for College Student to Pick the Right Computer
College students have a variety of choices when it comes to choosing a computer to take to college—here are expert tips on how they can pick the right computer for their needs.
Shell Pulls Cash Out Of Europe To Cut Risk - Report
Anglo-Dutch oil major Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSB.LN) plans to move some of its cash pile out of European banks due to the euro-zone debt crisis, The Times newspaper reported Monday, citing the group's chief financial officer.
Obama Aide Accepts Fee from Company with Iran Links
Senior White House adviser David Plouffe, who managed U.S. President Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, accepted a $100,000 speaking fee from an affiliate of a company doing business with Iran, The Washington Post reported Monday.
Taiwan Calls for Reopening of U.S. Trade Talks
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou on Monday called for the resumption of stalled trade talks with the U.S. after the island recently lifted a six-year-old ban on some U.S. beef imports.
HCA Holdings Profit Up 71% As Admissions Climb
HCA Holdings Inc. said Monday its second-quarter profit climbed to $391 million, or 85 cents a share, from $229 million, or 43 cents a share, in the year-ago period.
Singapore to Build at Least 20,000 New Public Housing Units in 2013 - Minister
The Singapore government plans to build at least 20,000 new public-housing apartments in 2013 as part of plans to stabilize the city-state's heated property market, a government minister said Monday.