What StanChart is doing right

Aug 1, 2012 13:02 UTC

Alone among global banks, Standard Chartered keeps posting record earnings. Breakingviews European Banking Columnist George Hay tells us what the bank is doing right, and where the risks lie. 

Macau beats the street; weak hand for months ahead

Aug 1, 2012 08:56 UTC

July gambling revenue in Macau beat market expectations, but growth there ain’t what it used to be.  Reuters gaming correspondent Farah Master, who spends more time in the island’s biggest casinos than she’d like to admit,  tells us what to watch for  next.


Mine’s bigger than yours

Jul 27, 2012 15:44 UTC

The world’s billionaires are parking their megayachts in London for the Olympics. Reuters’ Julian Satterthwaite went out with his smartphone to see who’s winning the battle of the big egos.

Facebook’s costs could drag company down further

Reuters Right Now
Jul 26, 2012 22:03 UTC

Facebook’s operating margins are not high enough and costs have jumped at the firm, according to Anupam Palit, Senior Managing Analyst at Greencrest.

Facebook’s silence is spooking investors

Reuters Right Now
Jul 26, 2012 21:34 UTC

Facebook is not giving enough guidance to markets according to Reuters Correspondent Gerry Shih.

Facebook results ‘shockingly bad’

Reuters Right Now
Jul 26, 2012 21:09 UTC

For a young tech company, Facebook should be doing much better with its bottom line according to Reuters Breakingviews’ Rob Cyran.

Apple will be licking its wounds for a while after miss

Reuters Right Now
Jul 24, 2012 21:27 UTC

It will take time for Apple to recover from its tumble after its disappointing earnings, according to Reuters Breakingviews’ Rob Cyran.

Apple’s Q3 sales stumble

Reuters Right Now
Jul 24, 2012 21:16 UTC

Investors took a bite out of Apple’s stock in after-hours trading on news its sales and profits missed expectations. In this Google Hangout, our panel of experts say there is still plenty of low-hanging fruit to keep investors sweet on Apple.

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China’s iPad release: no calamity, no crowds

Jul 20, 2012 06:16 UTC

Apple is at last selling its new iPad in China.  But the lines aren’t what they used to be – with many instead reserving their iPads online. And frankly, a lot of mainland buyers have already got one in hand, smuggled in from Hong Kong.  Melanie Lee reports in Shanghai.

Google’s bottom line is good, but not good enough

Reuters Right Now
Jul 19, 2012 21:37 UTC

Yes 10% earnings growth may sound great on paper, but when you look deeper into Google’s profits, they should be fatter, according to Reuters Breakingviews’ Rob Cyran.

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