Tag: Corporate Strategy/Planning
almost 2 years ago
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For Shell’s Priorities, Follow the Money

A big, green step forward seems likely under the new CEO, but for the company’s true priorities, investors should wat...

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almost 2 years ago
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Aramco’s Actions Undercut Its Rosy Predictions

Flush with cash, the world’s largest oil company is predicting demand growth this decade, but its investment plans su...

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about 2 years ago
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Flying Coach Can Be Uncomfortable, but Flat Beds Are Coming

Air New Zealand plans to introduce pods with flat beds in economy class, initially installing them on direct flights ...

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about 2 years ago
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AGL Energy Scraps Demerger Proposal After High-Profile Opposition

AGL Energy has scrapped the demerger following opposition from investors including billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes an...

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about 2 years ago
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AGL Would Look at Accelerating Coal-Plant Closures Post Demerger

AGL Energy’s power generation unit would look at accelerating the closure of coal plants following the business’s pla...

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over 2 years ago
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Telstra to Invest Up to $1.1 Billion More on Infrastructure Projects

Telstra Corp. will invest up to $1.1 billion on two projects including expanding its optical-fiber network and buildi...

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over 2 years ago
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Why Companies Are Hesitant to Invest, Even if Demand Is Soaring

Investment spending in the world’s largest economies has stalled, as supply-chain disruptions and uncertainty over th...

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over 2 years ago
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Shell Oils the Wheels of Its Energy Transition

The oil-and-gas giant wants to unify its corporate structure in the U.K., raising investor expectations for share buy...

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almost 3 years ago
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HNA Group Chairman Chen Feng, CEO Adam Tan Detained by Police

Embattled Chinese conglomerate says the pair are suspected of committing crimes and have been detained.

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almost 3 years ago
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What China Must Do to Contain Evergrande Fallout

Biggest risk to China is from Evergrande’s small creditors, not its large ones.

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about 3 years ago
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Ant Wins China’s Approval to Set Up Consumer-Finance Company

Ant will hold a 50% stake in the new entity, registered in Chongqing, with the rest held by six other shareholders.

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about 3 years ago
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Credit Suisse Gets the Fixer It Needs

News that Credit Suisse’s risk committee has a new leader is reassuring for investors. The way the change happened is...

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over 3 years ago
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Green Energy Spinoffs Can Help Investors Clean Up

The clamor on Wall Street for all things green has put spinoffs back on the agenda for energy producers. This time ro...

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over 3 years ago
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Chinese Conglomerate HNA Says Creditors Filed Petition for Its Bankruptcy

Embattled Chinese conglomerate HNA Group said it was notified that some of its creditors filed a court petition for i...

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almost 4 years ago
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Property Developer China Evergrande Erases Market Losses

The company had sought to assuage investor concerns about its liquidity following a steep selloff, and some investors...

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almost 4 years ago
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Chinese Property Developer Decries Fabricated Documents After Selloff

China Evergrande Group said documents circulating online about a corporate restructuring involving a key subsidiary w...

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