Financial news on July 4th, 2009
Business and Financial news
Katharine Weymouth decided to sell legitimacy, with her paper’s editorial integrity thrown in as a parting gift. Read more..
Prosecutors are investigating reports that companies owned by the banker, Sonja Kohn, received more than $40 million. Read more..
Margeir Petursson, the chairman and founder of MP Bank, saw the looming crisis long before others did. Read more..
Germany and Spain are reluctant to publish the results, but other nations favor releasing an overview of the data. Read more..
A dieter’s commitment to weight loss can sometimes be linked to how much money he or she is willing to spend. Read more..
The slowing growth in online advertising is pushing traditional ad agencies and Internet companies to work together. Read more..
Ever since the scandal broke, many victims have felt aggrieved at the process itself, directing their anger at a lawyer caught in a no-win situation. Read more..
Slovakia still exudes uncertainty 16 years after its “velvet divorce” from the Czech Republic. Read more..
Philanthropy is not only for the wealthy. You can bring children into the fold by letting them figure out how they would like to contribute. Read more..
A Chinese businessman mentioned a Chinese company ahead of a meeting with Warren Buffett, and watched the shares soar. Read more..