Financial news on September 4th, 2010

Business and Financial news
Goldcorp Offers $3.4 Billion for Australian Rival

The bid is 2 percent higher than an all-share offer from Eldorado Gold. Read more..

By CHRIS V. NICHOLSON - The New York Times

Growth in Jobs Beats Estimates, Easing Concerns

American businesses added more jobs in the last three months than originally estimated, calming fears of a double-dip recession. Read more..

By MOTOKO RICH - The New York Times

How Debt Can Destroy a Budding Relationship

Because one person’s debt becomes a shared responsibility in marriage, when do you reveal a substantial liability? Read more..

By RON LIEBER - The New York Times

Texas Probes Google on Ranking of Search Results

The Texas attorney general has opened an antitrust investigation into how Google ranks search results, striking at the heart of its main search business. Read more..

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER - The New York Times

The Art of Thinking Clearly Under Great Pressure

Through no fault of his own, Frederick Peters arrived in a financial crisis threatening his business. He survived by avoiding distractions and focusing on the problem. Read more..

By PAUL SULLIVAN - The New York Times

The Struggle for What We Already Have

The angst over net neutrality reaches from boardrooms to living rooms, but take heart: companies will breach its principles at their own peril. Consumers have come to expect an open Internet. Read more..

By JOE NOCERA - The New York Times

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