Activists of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are reported to initiate a campaign, urging people in Tamil Nadu to stop the habit of eating fish.
The fish are a revealed to pose a threat to human health for it is full of chemical toxins.
A whopping £151.3 million has been announced as bonus to the John Lewis Partnership employees, by the British retail giant. The company's retail sector showed an increase of 9.7%, in its pre-tax profit. The employees of the teams will receive 15% equivalent to their salaries, which is as good as eight weeks of payment.
K+S, the world's fourth largest supplier of potash, had its shares down in the market. The company has also announced that it would find a new partner to get the positive upward trend in their market position.
Indian group Torrent Pharmaceuticals will soon link with AstraZeneca. This is an effort to help the image of AstraZeneca in today's market. The idea is to buy over 18 Torrent products. Using this brand will help them market their products in nine different countries. They also plan to continue to add products to this list and increase its distribution to many countries.
A huge report on the GMAC bailout situation states, "Moving forward, Treasury should clearly articulate its exit strategy from GMAC. More than a year has elapsed since the government first bailed out GMAC."
Apparently the US federal government has shelled over $17.2 billion to rescue GMAC. This was at the expense of its tax payers who now have no hope to see it returned. This was reported by a government watchdog.
RealtyTrac, the company that calculates the yearly increase in the country's rate of foreclosures, showed the nationwide foreclosure rate dipped by 2% in February according to the reports released this Thursday. It also showed how the rate had fallen to 10% in January 2010 when compared to December 2009.
15,000 customers of HSBC, all Swiss account holders, now stand threatened to be exposed to tax officials from their respective countries after their information was stolen. This was done by Herve Falciani, a former employee of the HSBC Private Bank's subsidiary.