Business News Archive - September 26, 2008
Along life is a blessing. But for pensioners who buy an annuity with their pension pot, it can now also be a curse.
By Ken Newton Tom Carnahan struggled to understand a perspective that failed to embrace the possibilities of renewable energy. President of Wind Capital Group, a company whose wind turbines changed the physical and energy landscape in Northwest Missouri, Mr.
By Sean Ryan Federal rules are forcing General Mitchell International Airport to extend its runways the equivalent of two football fields, but the airport doesn't have enough space.
News in brief AVIATION Flights in and out of Britain had to be cancelled last night and many more were delayed for hours after a computer glitch at the main air traffic control centre in Hampshire.
Text of report by official news agency Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) Quetta, 25 September: Like in other parts of the country, security at Quetta, Gawadar and Turbat airports was also put on high alert after a telephone caller's warning about a suicide bomber was going to target Benazir Bhutto airport on Thursday [25 September], Airport Security Force (ASF) officials here said.
KELLOGG, Idaho, Sept. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Sunshine Precious Metals, Inc. filed with Shoshone County a notarized Declaration and Notice of Default to the Sterling Mining Company (OTC Bulletin Board: SRLM; TSX-V: SMQ) for breaching its lease on the historic silver mine in Idaho.
Coal mine operator Consol Energy has run into more production problems. Cecil-based Consol lowered third-quarter estimates Wednesday. The company says it expects to produce about 15 million tons in the period ending Sept. 30. Consol had predicted 16.4 million to 18.4 million tons.
To: LEGAL AFFAIRS EDITORS Contact: Howard Scott, +1-412-580-6980, for United Steelworkers (USW) PITTSBURGH, Sept.
T housands of businesses across the UK stand to benefit from a pounds21 billion boost to the country's economy in the run-up to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, according to research from Lloyds TSB Commercial.
By Janice Francis-Smith Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony refused to vote. Commissioner Jim Roth criticized his colleagues. But on Wednesday, the three-member commission managed to approve OG&E's request for cost recovery of its purchase of the Redbud power plant in Luther.