S Korea to Set Up KRW500 Billion Fund for Small, Mid-Sized Companies
South Korea's Ministry of Strategy and Finance Sunday said the government will set up a 500 billion won ($440 million) fund to help small and medium-sized companies borrow at low cost.
SAP to Cut Costs to Boost 2012 Operating Profit - Report
SAP AG (SAP.XE, SAP) aims to earn an operating profit of more than 5.3 billion euros ($6.49 billion) by the end of 2012 in part by cutting costs, the German software company's chief financial officer said Saturday.
RBI's Subbarao: Indian Government May Have to Change Public Sector Banking Structure
India's government may have a tough decision to make and likely give up majority ownership in state-run banks if it is unable to help them increase capital requirements, the country's central bank governor cautioned Saturday.
U.S. Federal Judge Sanctions TD Bank Over Rothstein-Related Trial Documents
A U.S. District Court judge in Miami late Friday sanctioned Toronto-Dominion Bank's (TD) U.S. subsidiary, TD Bank, for engaging in a "willful" pattern of negligence during a trial earlier this year over its role in aiding a $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme by disbarred and imprisoned attorney Scott
Godrej Consumer Products April-June Net Profit Drops
India's Godrej Consumer Products Ltd. (532424.BY) Saturday said its April-June net profit fell 45.6%, from a year earlier when it had made an exceptional gain on account of termination of a joint venture.
4 places your credit card is a better choice than debit
If you're like many Americans, you might find you're saying "debit" instead of "credit" more often at the cash register.
Iceland edges France in handball, clinches group title
Iceland edged France in men's handball Saturday to secure the top spot in Group A.Both teams have already done enough in pool play to earn berths in the quarterfinals, but Iceland improved to 4-0 with the 30-29 victory
Reigning 400 champ Merritt doesn't finish heat
American runner LaShawn Merritt's quest to defend his 400-meter Olympic title ended Saturday after he failed to finish his first race in qualifying.
U.S. boxer Spence awarded win after appeal
American welterweight boxer Errol Spence is back in the Olympic tournament, after his appeal of Friday night's loss was accepted.Spence dropped a 13-11 decision to India's Krishan Vikas in the round of 16, but the United States team submitted a protest
Great Britain wins twice on final day of rowing
British rowers medaled three times Saturday, including golds in the men's four and lightweight women's double sculls, to cap a successful Olympic run at Eton Dorney.Great Britain led all countries with nine rowing medals overall and four gold after a good final day of competition