S&P lowered SoftBank's rating after winning the bid on Sprint.
Oregon introduced its “Pay It Forward” student loan program, a hybrid between the old college loan model and Peter Thiel's investment approach.
Gulf Marine Services receives loan facility worth UAE1.32 billion or US$360 million.
According to a new accounting rule, pensions were in bad shape.
Banks computed risks differently, according to Basel Committee.
The International Monetary Fund approved Pakistan's US$5.3 billion loan to help the nation stabilize its struggling economy.
The Swedish government declared a deficit in June.
Premier African Minerals Ltd. acquired contol of 42% common stocks in Ethiopian Potash Corp.
Naftogaz is renegotiating its obligations with Gazprombank.
Fitch ratings for the transport infrastructure sector was mostly Stable Outlook.
Davra Networks ‘Internet of Everything’ got $2 m illion Series A Funding and a new Board member.
P2P investors plan to securitize loans to further growth in originations.
Wall Street investors brought excitement as well as risks to the P2P sector.
A strategist noted that politics in Portugal could lead to crisis.
Cengage Learning filed for bankruptcy protection under chapter 11 due to its US$5.8 billion debt.