Financial news on January 02, 2010
Business and Financial news
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Efforts are under way to develop and distribute inexpensive adjustable eyeglasses to the world’s poor to help them lead more productive lives. Read more..
Tokyo’s clothing designers are cutting-edge and are frequently imitated, but their markets have remained mostly domestic. Read more..
Singapore’s economy is improving after a volatile year in which it shrank for the first time since 2001, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said. Read more..
South Korea’s exports increased in December at the fastest rate in 17 months, adding to signs that the country’s economy is recovering from the global recession. Read more..
United States officials said the company paid about $7 million for hundreds of trips by employees of China’s telecommunications companies to visit America for sightseeing vacations. Read more..
The News Corporation and Time Warner Cable said that they had agreed on new terms for a contract, averting a blackout of college bowl games. Read more..
Some economists contend that the Obama administration’s $75 billion program to prevent foreclosures has done more harm than good. Read more..
The Samsung Electronics Company’s latest patent-infringement claims, which seek to block United States imports of LCD TVs made by the Sharp Corporation, will be investigated by a trade agency in Washington. Read more..
Travelers are advised to brush up on the security agency’s rules before heading to the airport. Read more..