This week the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau put the providers of student loan services on notice with a report that it found several of these services running with unduly administered rules that were not kept with the guide lines of CFPB.
This year, the three largest health insurers of the nation, UnitedHealth Group Inc, Aetna Inc, and the Blue Cross-Blue Shield insurer WellPoint Inc. have all posted third quarter results that surpassed the estimates of Wall Street and also raised the forecasts for 2014.
As the holiday season approaches delivery of mail is also expected to rise. The United Parcel Service Inc. based in Atlanta said that the company is ready to handle the expected volume 585 million or more packages this year in December. That figure will mean an eleven percent spike from the volume in 2013.
On Monday, a sturdy revealed that approximately two million barrels of oil that had spilled in 2010 during the event of BP spill off in the US Gulf Coast is thought to have settled down on the ocean floor.
A strong growth in U. S. consumer confidence was seen in October, as it hit a highest level in the past seven years. This is a result of sturdy job growth and rise in expectations fuelled by a sturdy economic growth.
Pfizer Inc. America's largest drug manufacturer says that a lucrative deal overseas will not keep it from going in for an inversion.
The US government has put in a lot of effort recently to stop companies from going out of the country due to reduced tax rates abroad. The new rules introduced in the U. S have also made such deals less attractive.
Though the third quarter net income for Merck has dropped mainly due to the huge expenditure related to acquisitions and divestitures, yet the drug company's adjusted earnings surpassed the estimates of Wall Street.
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