Posts Tagged ‘company’

Stallion Mountain golf course sold for $3.8 million, to reopen soon

A Colorado management company has bought Stallion Mountain Golf Club for $3.8 million, three years after it was closed by foreclosure. Tartan Golf, which selected OB Sports to manage the course, plans to reopen it within 30 days. View full post on Business Stories

Southern Cross chiefs netted £35m

Top executives sold their entire stakes in the care home company in late 2007, just before its shares began to plunge View full post on UK Business Stories to launch movie streaming with Samsung

Canadian movie rental company will offer movie rentals streamed over the internet to Samsung TVs and Blu-ray players. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Huawei ends its board secrecy

Response to suspicions among some US lawmakers and policymakers that the company could be a front for the Chinese military View full post on UK Business Stories

Buffett heir apparent Sokol resigns

David Sokol has unexpectedly resigned from Berkshire Hathaway, the investment company run by Warren Buffett, depriving the sage of Omaha of a top lieutenant and a man widely tipped to take over the company in the future View full post on UK Business Stories

Houston company aids Louisiana oil slick cleanup

A Houston company is helping the Coast Guard clean up oil that has reached the shores of Louisiana even though the company on Wednesday disavowed responsibility for the spill. View full post on Business Stories

Brown-Forman Beats Profit Estimates In Q2, Raises Forecast

Kris Alingod – AHN News Contributor Louiseville, KY, United States (AHN) – Brown-Forman posted second quarter earnings on Thursday, beating profit estimates but falling short of expected revenue. The liquor maker raised its outlook for the full fiscal year. Net income for the period ended Oct. 31 rose 5 percent to $154 million, or $1.05 […]

Food Supplier Nash Finch Sued For Sex Discrimination

Linda Young – AHN News Writer Lumberton, NC, United States (AHN) – The U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has filed an administrative complaint against a North Carolina company, Nash Finch Co., with systematic job discrimination against 80 women. Minneapolis, MN-based Nash Finch is the second-largest publicly traded wholesale food distributor in […]

The buck stops with Douglas Flint

There’s nothing like a bit of tradition to kick off proceedings – especially when it concerns the company embroiled in the most exciting board upheaval of 2010 – so far, anyway. View full post on UK Business Stories

Melbourne company hiring 1,000 seasonal employees

GSI Commerce, in Melbourne, is hiring over 1,000 seasonal customer service representatives. View full post on Business Stories