Financial news on January 06, 2007
Business and Financial news
More businesses are offering videoconferencing services to reunite immigrants with their families back home. Read more..
Paul Hanrahan, chief executive of AES, the big power company, spoke about branching out to wind power generation and other alternative energy. Read more..
Advocates for looser copyright restrictions had their hopes dashed when Representative Howard L. Berman was named chairman of the subcommittee for Internet and intellectual property. Read more..
Journalists have to have these kind of silly facts about extremes at every county fair, 4-H exposition, Shriner convention, and NASA launch. Here they are for the Consumer Electronics Show. Read more..
The fashion industry has issued guidelines to designers, aimed at promoting healthier behavior among models. Read more..
Evaluating the ease and convenience of using Web photo sites to send, store and print photographs. Read more..
Among the hundreds of pre-show announcements, this one made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, as only standing too close to a sparking Tesla coil can do. Read more..
Japan, the most energy-efficient developed country, offers a lesson in using technology to reduce energy consumption. Read more..
A central defense argument — that Enron didn’t really do anything illegal — has been given new life by Malcolm Gladwell. And it isn’t remotely true. Read more..
Verizon is expected to announce full-length programming to its cellular subscribers from several major television networks. Read more..