Financial news on September 05, 2009
Business and Financial news
As signs multiply that the economic and financial crisis may be ending, investor interest is cautiously returning to art as an alternative asset. Read more..
Bank of America won a bid to continue blocking regulators from gaining access to more than $1 billion in cash and loans held by the bankrupt Colonial BancGroup. Late Friday, a federal judge in Miami extended an injunction barring the Federal Depos... Read more..
At the end of June, about one-sixth of all construction loans were in trouble, making them a major source of risk for banks. Read more..
Prevention and planning can save patients a lot of money, as can spacing out procedures and using dental school clinics. Read more..
The dispute over a stone wall in Westport, Conn., opens a window into life in a wealthy suburb, where neighbors have enough money to fight for years over an issue. Read more..
The rate for August was the highest since the government began keeping track in 1948 and nearly three times that of the nonteenage population. Read more..
The two newspapers are hoping to win more readers and advertisers by offering more local news. Read more..
Marla Ginsburg decided after a two-decade television career in Paris and Los Angeles to reinvent herself as a fashion designer in Montreal. Read more..
If you have paid college tuition recently, you probably have questions. Where does all that money go? And why doesn’t the price tag ever fall? Read more..
Both American and European Union officials declared victory after a confidential finding, which said Airbus received illegal subsidies, was given to trade agencies. Read more..