Citigroup earns $2.9 billion in Q2, beats Street NEW YORK (AP) -- Citigroup says it made $2.9 billion in the April-to-June period, helped by lowering the amount it keeps aside for loan losses because more of its customers paid back loans on time. The bank says it earned 95 cents per share, exceeding the ... 07/16/2012 - 3:39 am | View Link
Citigroup earns $2.9 billion in Q2, beats estimates NEW YORK – Citigroup's (C) net income fell 12% in the second quarter partly due to a loss on the sale of its stake in a Turkish lender. The income of $2.9 billion was still better than analysts were expecting. Citi is one of the largest international ... 07/16/2012 - 2:56 am | View Link
Citigroup earns $2.9 billion in Q2, beats Street NEW YORK (AP) -- Citigroup made $2.9 billion from April through June and exceeded Wall Street estimates, helped by lowering the amount it keeps aside for loan losses because more of its customers paid back loans on time. Net income was down 12 percent from ... 07/16/2012 - 1:04 am | View Link
Citigroup earns $2.9 billion in Q2, beats Street NEW YORK (AP) — Citigroup made $2.9 billion from April through June and exceeded Wall Street estimates, helped by lowering the amount it keeps aside for loan losses because more of its customers paid back loans on time. Net income was down 12 percent ... 07/15/2012 - 11:25 pm | View Link
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The 2014 NBA playoffs will miss Craig Sager. TNT's star sideline reporter is out for the postseason to undergo treatment for leukemia
Sager's son announced on Twitter on Thursday night that his father would begin treatment for acute leukemia on Friday. Sager is well-known to many fans thanks to the ostentatious, eye-popping suits he wears during TNT broadcasts
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But his journalism roots go deep; it was Sager, for example, who sprinted onto the field to interview Hank Aaron in 1974 as the baseball legend rounded the bases after breaking Babe Ruth's MLB home run record Read more
Image Credit: rangizzz / ShutterstockPreact really wants you to be successful. The San Francisco cloud-based software startup raised $4.6 million today in an Series A round that Trinity Ventures led. In tandem with the hefty windfall of venture cash, the company also released it’s new software platform that it said uses “leading-edge behavioral science, machine learning, and big data analytics.” “It’s new high-level help software that helps companies understand how their own customers are using their products,” chief executive Michael Geller told VentureBeat.
Whoa. It's happened. Laser-Zeppelin has met its match. The crazy creative folks at Urbanscreen have transformed the cavernous interior of the Gasometer in Oberhausen, Germany, into a wild light show that looks all kinds of trippy. So long, Stairway. Read more
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. officials are set to appear in court on Monday to face federal felony charges involving safety violations tied to a deadly 2010 natural gas pipeline explosion in the San Francisco Bay Area.
An indictment filed earlier this month charges the utility with 12 felony violations of federal pipeline safety laws, which could carry a total possible fine of $6 million, or more if the court decides it somehow benefited financially from the disaster.
Federal prosecutors allege that PG&E knowingly relied on erroneous and incomplete information when assessing the safety of the pipeline that eventually ruptured and sparked a fireball that destroyed 38 San Bruno homes.
Nearly four years later, the neighborhood where eight died and dozens injured is still recovering.
The company will be arraigned at 9:30 a.m.
Is that the Loch Ness monster in this satellite photo used by Apple Maps? Or at least something that looks like a giant biological form underwater? It's strangely similar to the shape spotted in Google's satellite imagery. Could it really be an underwater creature, a long-forgotten aquatic dinosaur? Read more