“It’s going to be a chance for more companies to move work here as they are closing down their main operations in other more expensive countries,” said one worker at UBS in Krakow. “It’s happening, it’s going to accelerate.” … [Read more...] about For Hire: Central Europe’s business services firms spy a chance in crisis
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In total the bank still managed to raise just over £7bn, more than the £6.5bn it had promised the UK government it would find as part of its historic bank bail-out programme announced last month. In raising the funds, the bank stunned critics who had been convinced it would fail to meet the government's deadline - which extended until next spring. … [Read more...] about Barclays under fire for Middle Eastern fundraising
Shareholders must approve the share sale to Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan -a member of the Abu Dhabi royal family who will provide £3.5bn and become Barclays' largest shareholder with a 16.3% stake - and the Qataris, who are providing up to £2.3bn, at a shareholder meeting on November 24. … [Read more...] about Barclays under fire for letting Middle East states take 30% stake
A June 26 report by Narnolia Financial Advisors said: “Engineers India’s management, during an investor call, told analysts that the current order pipeline includes the BPCL Mumbai refinery expansion project of Rs 200 crore, GAIL’s Kakinada petchem project of Rs 400 crore, and the Panipat refinery expansion project worth Rs 600 crore. … [Read more...] about Are signs of green shoots in economy really visible?
Walgreens' clinics will open in at least 30 metro area markets during the next five years and then 20 more markets, said Morry Smulevitz, a Walgreens spokesperson. Walgreens has been testing out the concept in Texas with five in-store clinics in the Houston area. … [Read more...] about Welcome to Walgreens. The doctor will be with you soon