Chess Bulgarian Cabinet to Deliberate on Budget 2011, EU Advice

The Bulgarian cabinet will hold a sitting Monday to discuss and adopt the general framework for the State Budget for 2011. No raises of taxes will be introduced in 2011, said finance minister Simeon Djankov. Minimal growth is previewed for the next year. ... S

Chess 5 Bulgarian ‘Killers’ Kept under Arrest, Most Sick

Sofia District Court decided late Monday evening that the five men who were charged with organizing and executing the murder of controversial Bulgarian figure Yuri Galev must be kept under arrest. Petar "the Chieftain" Stoyanov, Yanko Popov aka Tutsi, Georgi Petko

Chess Shake-up at UK Coal leads to two departures

UK's largest coal miner, will now search for an executive chairman as chief executive Jon Lloyd and non-executive chairman David Jones are to depart

Chess Ghana’s Owo oil find lifts Tullow

UK-listed Tullow Oil announces an oil discovery in Ghana potentially as valuable as the Jubilee field that helped catapult the explorer into the FTSE 100 index

Chess BP set to announce Hayward departure

BP is poised to announce the departure of Tony Hayward, its chief executive, in the next 24 hours, according to people close to the UK oil company

Chess BP breaks the mould to shape brighter future

Making Bob Dudley chief executive of BP will help to assuage the US

Chess Dudley a veteran of shareholder conflicts

When Bob Dudley ran TNK-BP, BP's Russian oil venture, he regularly faced down some of the toughest operators in Russian business

Chess Hayward’s end just first step for BP

When a company suffers a calamity on the scale of that experienced by BP, some sort of catharsis is needed. Tony Hayward's resignation will go some way to fulfilling this. But it will be nowhere near enough on its own

Chess BP chief loses out in battle for survival

BP still believes it has a future in the US, in spite of the spill, and it would have been impossible to sustain its presence there with Mr Hayward as chief executive

Chess China gas growth to hit western groups

International energy groups are set to miss out on billions of dollars of future sales during the next decade as China, their most voracious customer, aggressively develops its own large gas reserves

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