Morgan Stanley, the sixth-largest U.S. bank by assets, made more than $100 million in trading revenue on one day in the third quarter, the lowest number of days since 2006.
The firm’s trading division lost money on 10 days during the quarter, compared with five days a year earlier, according to a filing yesterday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The New York-based firm made more than $100 million in trading revenue on 18 days in last year’s third quarter.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
News Corp.’s Chase Carey, the man who oversaw Fox’s talks with Cablevision Systems Corp. during a two- week blackout, has advice for government officials who want to keep more TV channels from going dark: Stop meddling.
Google Inc., owner of the world’s most popular search engine, was accused in a lawsuit of violating users’ privacy rights because its Toolbar software allegedly transmits their Internet activity to the company.
BP Plc remains at risk for billions of dollars in fines and legal costs even after a U.S. commission said safety wasn’t sacrificed for profit in the weeks and days leading up to the worst U.S. offshore oil spill.
More detail on http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-11-09/bp-may-pay-billions-for-missed-signals-that-led-to-worst-u-s-oil-spill.html
In fact the improvement requires a lot of resources plus with management skill of those people in the FFC. Ok we can blame the war that prevent us from reaching the top level like the other countries in the region but at the same time we should also look at ourselves first whether we have chosen the right way in order to make ourselves ready for the qualifying round in Laos.
Relying too much on the training camp in Viet Nam is not enough at all to make Cambodia national team advance to the next round of the AFF Suzuki Cup but the thing that we should focus on is to select the best players for national squad and follows football's rule that the coach is not allowed to change the player's position unnecessarily and the coach himself should remove some players if those players are less competitive than others.
Sunday, September 19, 2010
The Cambodian national football team, currently in Vietnam’s Hong Anh Gia Lai province for a preparatory camp ahead of October’s Suzuki Cup qualifiers, will be heading to Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday to play a series of friendlies against some of the V-League clubs over the next few weeks.
The squad of 25 players and four officials selected at the end of the 2010 Metfone C-league season left Phnom Penh on a 45-day training programme under the newly appointed South Korean coach Lee Tae Hoon three weeks ago. The players have been put through intensive training sessions at the Hoang Anh Gia Lai club facility, interspersed with a couple of warm up games against local outfits.
“Feed back from the coach indicated that everything was going smoothly, though Lee Tae Hoon suggested on more than one occasion that a lot needs to be done to make the side fighting fit,” said a Football Federation of Cambodia source, who wished to remain anonymous.
The next phase of the programme is considered the most crucial part of the tour, since it involves contests against some of the best V-League teams.
FFC President Sao Sokha will be travel to Vietnam tomorrow for a meeting with the Hoang Anh Gia Lai club president, and is expected to watch the national team in action during his visit.
Vietnam Olympic team may play a friendly with Cambodia national team that is currently training in Gia Lai, Vietnam as coach Phan Thanh Hung suggested. Ha Noi T&T coach Phan Thanh Hung, who is temporarily in charge of Vietnam Olympic team, will need Calisto's approval before asking VFF and Cambodia side to arrange a friendly game.